Frank joins his brother Joe (1992) in the Hall of Fame. A right-handed pitcher with a smooth effective motion, good curve ball and a more than adequate fast ball, he won his share of games. He was All-City at Buchtel High School in 1944. At Miami University of Ohio he was No. 1 starting pitcher for 3 years and during one period of time he won 9 consecutive games. He started his AA League career as a 16-year-old with the Akron Orphans. He also pitched for the Civitan Club, Howe Construction, and Souvenir Beers. Frank pitched 10 years in the AA League and was on 4 All-Star teams and a member of 8 title championship teams.