Frank Quinn ’45, who was a four-year letter winner on the baseball team at Loomis and went on to pitch for Yale and the Boston Red Sox, recently was named to the College Baseball Hall of Fame.
One of 14 individuals named to the hall’s Class of 2021, Quinn was an All-American at Yale and played an important role in helping the Bulldogs get to the first two NCAA College World Series, posting herculean efforts in both his appearances in the tournament. After Yale, Quinn played for the Red Sox before arm troubles cut his career short.
Quinn will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on June 26 during the College Baseball Night of Champions Ceremony.
To learn more about Quinn’s baseball career at Yale, visit the Yale Athletics website.
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