|Born: June 16, 1913|
|Died: August 25, 1984 (aged 71)|
|July 21, 1939, for the New York Giants|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 25, 1939, for the New York Giants|
|Runs batted in||0|
Frank John "Skeeter" Scalzi (June 16, 1913 – August 25, 1984) was an American professional baseball player and manager. A 5-foot, 6 inch (1.68 m), 160-pound (72.6 kg) shortstop and third baseman, Scalzi threw and batted right-handed.
Born in Lafferty, Ohio, Scalzi attended the University of Alabama where his roommate was later longtime Alabama coach Paul "Bear" Bryant. His 17-year baseball playing career, which began in 1936, was almost exclusively spent in the minor leagues. The exception was an 11-game, 18-at bat trial with the 1939 New York Giants of Major League Baseball. Scalzi collected six hits, all singles, for a batting average of .333, with one stolen base. He started four games at shortstop during his stint with the Giants.
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