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Al Pierotti
Date of birth: (1895-10-24)October 24, 1895
Place of birth: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Date of death: February 12, 1964(1964-02-12) (aged 68)
Place of death: Everett, Massachusetts, United States
Career information
Position(s): Offensive lineman
College: Washington & Lee
Organizations
 As coach:
1920 Cleveland Tigers
 As player:
1920
1920
1921
1922
1923
1923-1924
1926
1927
1929
Akron Pros
Cleveland Tigers
New York Brickley Giants

Milwaukee Badgers
Racine Legion
Milwaukee Badgers
Boston Bulldogs
Providence Steam Roller
Boston Bulldogs

Career highlights and awards

Playing stats at NFL.com
Coaching stats at Pro Football Reference

Albert Felix "Al" Pierotti (October 24, 1895 – February 12, 1964) was a professional American football offensive lineman and Major League Baseball pitcher.

Football careerEdit

Pierotti played in the American Professional Football League with the Akron Pros, Cleveland Tigers and the New York Brickley Giants. Brickley's New York Giants are not related to the modern-day New York Giants. Al won the 1920 NFL Championship with Akron.

When the AFPA became the National Football League in 1922, Pierotti went on to play with the Milwaukee Badgers, Racine Legion, Boston Bulldogs, and the Providence Steam Roller. However in 1926, Al switiched briefly to the rivial American Football League started by Red Grange and his agent C. C. Pyle. During this season, Al played with the Boston Bulldogs, not to be confused with the NFL's Boston Bulldogs in 1929.

Prior to playing professional football, Al played college football at Washington and Lee University.

Baseball careerEdit

Al Pierotti
Pitcher
Personal information
Date of birth:
Career information
Debuted in 1920 for the [[Boston Braves]]
Last played in 1921 for the [[Boston Braves]]
Career history
Career highlights and awards
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Pierotti began his professional baseball career with the minor league Providence Grays of the Eastern League. The following season, he joined the Boston Braves in August, appearing in six games. He pitched in two games the following year before returning to the Eastern League with the Pittsfield Hillies. After one more season, split between Pittsfield and the Waterbury Brasscos, Pierotti returned to football full-time.

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