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Pete Quesada Biography by The Baseball Page

Pete Quesada Biography by The Baseball Page

Elwood R. Quesada

    * Born April 13, 1904 in Washington, DC USA
    * Died February 9, 1993 in Jupiter, FL USA

Pete Quesada played baseball at the University of Maryland and Georgetown University. He bypassed a pro career for the military and was an air force general during World War II. President Eisenhower later appointed him the first chief of the Federal Aviation Administration. Quesada was one of the original owners of the expansion Washington Senators until the club was sold in 1963.

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