Born in Justiceburg, Texas, Norman Dalton Cash is a baseball first baseman in the Major League Baseball. He debuted in the major leagues on the 18th of June 1958 with the Chicago White Sox. He was a free agent of the White Sox when he signed with the team on the 21st of May 1955. For almost a year, he was with the Chicago White Sox but was then traded to the Cleveland Indians along with Bubba Phillips in exchange for Don Ferrarese, Jake Striker, Dick Brown
and Minnie Minoso. On the 12th of April 1960, in exchange for Steve Demeter, he was traded to the Detroit Tigers by the Cleveland Indians where he spent most of his baseball career. Norm Cash has posted a batting average of 0.271, 377 homeruns and 1,103 of runs batted in. After the Tigers released him in 1974, he linked himself to a softball team named Detroit Ceasars where he played for two seasons.
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