Bruce Froemming

Bruce Froemming cooperstownexpert.com
Birthdate 9/28/1939
Death Date
Debut Year 1971
Year of Induction
Teams MLB, National League
Position Umpire

Bruce Froemming called 111 post-season games, 22 in the World Series, 52 in the NLCS, and 37 in the Division Series; he also umpired 5,163 in the regular season.

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Bruce Froemming began as an MLB umpire in 1971

Bruce Froemming began as an MLB umpire in 1971

Bruce Froemming has umpired more big league games than all but two men. A veteran of 37 Major League seasons, Froemming started as a full-time arbiter in the show in 1971. The ump stands as one of the longest-tenured umpire in big league history when measured in terms of full seasons umpired. Froemm
Bruce Froemming still holds many umpiring records

Bruce Froemming still holds many umpiring records

When Bruce Froemming retired, he held three important umpiring records, most no-hitters umpired, most games called in the League Championship Series, and most postseason games worked. His illustrious career is among the most Cooperstown-worthy among umpires without a plaque. Shown here is the revers

One response to “Bruce Froemming”

  1. David Kurz says:

    Bruce Froemming is a Jackass. He blew the call that cost Milt Pappas a Perfect Game. After he awarded Larry Stahl a walk , Froemming acted like it was Funny. He had a beef with Pappas and took advantage of the situation. What an ASSHOLE !
    If Heaven is indeed Perfect , Pappas will kick him in his Fat Sorry Ass with a pair of Steel Toed Boots ! šŸ„¾

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