Leo Kiely
Leo Patrick Kiely
(Kiki)
 
Born: November 30, 1929 in Hoboken, NJ
Died: January 18, 1984 - 54 years old
Bats: L Throws: L Ht: 6'2" Wt: 180
(legend)
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Notes:
- Signed by the Boston Red Sox as an Amateur Free Agent in 1948
- High School: Hoboken (Hoboken, NJ)

All-Teammate Team
WAR data courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com


Left Field
6
1951
1959
31.6
4
1955
1959
3.2
1
1960
1960
2.3

Center Field
4
1954
1958
13.1
1
1951
1951
1.7
1
1960
1960
1.4


Right Field
5
1954
1959
19.8
1
1960
1960
1.4
1
1951
1951
1.0
Shortstop
1
1951
1951
4.3
3
1955
1958
3.3
3
1956
1959
3.3
Second Base
2
1958
1959
10.8
4
1951
1956
9.0
1
1951
1951
2.7
Third Base
4
1955
1959
5.0
3
1954
1956
3.2
1
1951
1951
2.7
First Base
5
1954
1959
3.8
1
1956
1956
2.3
3
1951
1956
1.1
Manager
4
1955
1959
5.7
1
1951
1951
2.3
1
1959
1959
1.1
Catcher
5
1955
1960
1.1
6
1951
1959
0.9
1
1960
1960
0.3
Starting Pitcher
5
1954
1959
14.7
5
1954
1959
10.8
5
1951
1958
7.0
1
1960
1960
6.0
4
1951
1956
5.0
1
1951
1951
4.1
2
1958
1959
2.0
1
1960
1960
1.8
3
1955
1958
1.7
1
1960
1960
1.7
Swingman
7
1951
1960
7.6
4
1955
1959
6.6
4
1955
1959
0.9
Relief Pitcher
3
1951
1955
9.2
2
1958
1959
2.1
3
1954
1956
1.5
1
1951
1951
1.2
1
1959
1959
0.9
2
1958
1959
0.7
1
1960
1960
0.5
1
1960
1960
0.5
1
1960
1960
0.4
1
1958
1958
0.4
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Wins Above Replacement data courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com.

Defensive Regression Analysis data used here was obtained with permission from Michael Humphreys, author of Wizardry.

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Uniform images used with permission from Marc Okkonen, author of Baseball Uniforms of the 20th Century.
Images can also be viewed at the Hall of Fame online exhibit Dressed to the Nines

Win Shares are calculated using the formula in the book Win Shares by Bill James