How much is Dazzy Vance worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Dazzy Vance? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Dazzy Vance's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Charles Arthur Vance (Orient, Iowa, United States, March 4, 1891 - Homosassa Springs, Florida, United States, February 16, 1961), better known as Dazzy Vance , he was an American baseball player. He played most of his career for the Brooklyn Dodgers, and was also part of the Pittsburgh Pirates, New York Yankees and St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball, to which he returned twice after his debut in 1915. His best start as a pitcher in the majors began at the age of 31, and among his best recordings are the achievement of seven consecutive seasons as the leader in strikeouts by the National League.He was admitted to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1955. \n \n\nDazzy Vance's Biography\n He was born in the vicinity of the town of Orient, Iowa, as the last of five children of Sarah Elizabeth Ritchey and Albert Theophilus Vance, but his family moved to a farm located in Pleasant Hill Township in Nebraska. He was still a child. \n In his high school years he did not distinguish himself as a good student, but he started to excel in baseball as a pitcher in a semi-professional league in the town of Hastings. In 1912 he was already playing in the Nebraska State League, and for those years suffered an injury to his right arm by throwing in four games for a period of six days. \n However, in 1915 he made his debut in the majors with the Pittsburgh Pirates with which he played a game, which he lost, that same season he was acquired by the New York Yankees with whom he lost in three games. After this bad debut he went to play the Minor Leagues. In spite of everything, it was still part of the Yankees who offered him medical treatment because he had discomfort in his throwing arm, which prevented him from pulling hard. \n In 1918, at the age of 27, he returned to the majors, and that season he participated with New York in two games with a total of 2 1\/3 of tickets thrown and four clean runs allowed. Again he was discarded from the majors and returned to the lower leagues. \n He was playing in New Orleans in 1920 when an event happened that changed his sports career. On one occasion he was in a poker game when he hit his elbow on the arm he used to throw at the edge of the table, when he collected his winnings. The impact left him very sore so he went to visit the doctor. \n It is not known how the operation was, but the intervention of the doctor was so effective that Dazzy would not suffer any further ailment in the arm in the future, and would increase its effectiveness in each game. In fact, he won 21 games in 1921 with the New Orleans Pelicans in the Minors, which gave him a new chance to return to the Majors. \n It was precisely the Brooklyn Dodgers who acquired him along with receiver Hank DeBerry. Actually the Dodgers were only interested in acquiring a receiver, but DeBerry convinced them to hire him with Vance because if he was considered a good player behind the plate it was because Dazzy made him look good. \n Charles Ebbet, owner of Brooklyn, knew about Vance's record in the majors and at first was not willing to hire him but eventually gave in. He went back to the majors in 1922 when he was 31 years old. the end of that season he won 18 games, he lost 12, but he finished first in National League strikeouts with 134; a statistic that would dominate for seven consecutive years. \n Dazzy was distinguished by his fastball and also by the curved throws, he weighed 200 pounds and had a height of 1.87 m In 1923 he won 18 games and 197 strikeouts. best season with 28 wins (15 of them in a row), six losses, 2.16 ERA, 30 complete games and 262 strikeouts, well above the Burleigh Grimes pitcher, also from Brooklyn, who managed 135 strikeouts. Being the leader in wins, ERA and strikeouts was therefore awarded the "triple crown", and also won recognition as Most Valuable Player for the National League.In 1925, apart from winning 22 games , the second best mark of his career, he managed a game without a hit against the Philadelphia Phillies. \n On the other hand, Vance resorted to a ruse, and was that he wore the right sleeve of his sweatshirt-the arm with which he launched-cut in fringes from the forearm to the fist. When throwing, the vision of the ball and the fringes confused the batter, so they accused him of doing it on purpose. He argued in his favor that the sweatshirt was simply worn out. Even the manager of the New York Giants, John McGraw, protested to the authorities of the National League for this stratagem, but in the absence of that lack in the regulation was overlooked. \n As of 1926, Dazzy would no longer win 20 or more victories per season, however, in 1928 and 1930 he led the league in average of allowed clean runs and also in shutouts (shared with other players). ] In 1931, at 40, he earned his second record of victories and defeats since his third return to the league (the other had been in 1926). The 1932 season, at 41, was Dazzy's last with Brooklyn. \n In 1933 he was hired by the St. Louis Cardinals and won six games. In 1934 he played for the Cincinnati Reds and had two losses, but he returned to the Cardinals for the month of July and He managed to get the team to his first World Series against the Detroit Tigers. \n In that "fall classic" he appeared in game four and threw 1 inning and 1\/3 and was able to win the title of Major League champion by winning the series. Cardinals in seven games (4-3). Already at the age of 44, veteran Vance returned to the Brooklyn team in 1935. He participated in 20 games as a reliever, and managed a record of three wins and two losses in what amounted to a record of three. which was his last season in the Majors. \n In 1955, Dazzy received recognition for his career when he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, and died in 1961 at the age of 69 in Homosassa Springs, Fla. It is said that his nickname "Dazzy" It was imposed by his uncle in his childhood. It happened that Arthur repeated that word when he heard it from an animator in a cowboy suit, who frequently pronounced the name "Daisy" (\/ de\u026a \u00b7 zi \/) as "Dazzy". \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Dazzy Vance\n\nThe Dazzy Vance's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.