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Bill Sudakis
1971 Ticketron Bill Sudakis.jpg
Third baseman
Born: (1946-03-27) March 27, 1946 (age 73)
Joliet, Illinois
Batted: Switch Threw: Right
MLB debut
September 3, 1968, for the Los Angeles Dodgers
Last MLB appearance
August 7, 1975, for the Cleveland Indians
MLB statistics
Batting average.234
Home runs59
Runs batted in214

William Paul Sudakis (born March 27, 1946) is an American former baseball player. He played as a power-hitting third baseman whom the Dodgers tried at catcher in 1970–71.

In 1969 he was the last Dodgers rookie to homer in four consecutive games until Joc Pederson in 2015, and he was the youngest Dodgers rookie ever to do so until Pederson succeeded him.[1][2]

Dogged by bad knees, he was finally waived by the Dodgers during Spring Training of 1972. He was selected off waivers by the New York Mets, but appeared in only 18 games for the Mets. With the introduction of the designated hitter in the American League in 1973, the Texas Rangers coveted Sudakis as their DH and acquired him from the Mets. Suds responded with his best season at .255 and 15 HRs in only 82 games. Even though freed from defensive chores, Sudakis' aching knees kept him off the field and held his numbers down. Partly because of his versatility (he could play first or third base and catcher and was also a switch hitter), he was given shots by the New York Yankees, traded by the Yankees to the Angels for Skip Lockwood, California Angels, and Cleveland Indians. In 1976, he played for the Omaha Royals of the American Association in the Kansas City Royals system but could not make it back to the major leagues.


Personal life

Sudakis was of Lithuanian descent.[3]


  1. ^ Los Angeles Times (May 2, 2015). "Joc Pederson homers in fourth straight game as Dodgers beat Arizona, 6–4".
  2. ^ "As Pederson delivers again, Dodger bullpen on 19-inning scoreless streak". Dodger Insider.
  3. ^ Karnila, Vin. "Lithuanian sportsmen in the US". Retrieved September 29, 2016.

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