Bob Greenwood ’46

Bob Greenwood, Class of 1946

Bob Greenwood played basketball and baseball at Tech and St. Mary’s College before playing 10 seasons in the minor leagues and 2 seasons in the majors as a right-handed pitcher. He pitched in 12 games with the Phillies (1954-55), mostly as a reliever with a 1-2 record and an ERA of 3.92. He holds the distinction of being the first baseball player born in Mexico to play college baseball in America. His baseball nickname was “Greenie.”

Greenwood died in Hayward, on September 1, 1994