Cey, Ronald Charles
Ronald Charles Cey (born February 15, 1948) is an American former third baseman in Major League Baseball who played for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1971–1982), Chicago Cubs (1983–1986) and Oakland Athletics (1987). Cey batted and threw right-handed. A popular player, he was nicknamed "The Penguin" for his slow waddling running gait by his then-minor league manager Tommy Lasorda. Autograph Slip Writing Signed, 02/11/1983 - 8 1/2 x 11 pp 3 Program for 'Roast A Penguin Night' written in blue ink pen overall, extra fine condition.
"Ron Cey, Roast A Penguin Night, AS on 8 1/2 x 11 inch off white heavy bond paper. Affectionately Roast Ron Cey at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in the Grand Ballroom."
Ron Cey was born on Sunday, February 15, 1948, in Tacoma, Washington. Cey was 23 years old when he broke into the big leagues on September 3, 1971, with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
|Birth Name:||Ronald Charles Cey|
|Born On:||02-15-1948 (Aquarius)|
| Born In:||Tacoma, Washington|
| Died On:||Still Living|
| Died In:||Still Living|
|High School:||Mount Tahoma High School (Tacoma, WA)|
|College:||Washington State University|
| Bats:||Right|| || Throws:||Right|
| Height:||5-10|| || Weight:||185|
|First Game:||09-03-1971 (Age 23)|
|Draft:||1968 : 3rd Round (53rd)|