Chubby Dean, 54, Pitched For Athletics and Indians
RIVERSIDE, N.J., Dec. 21 (AP) — Alfred Lovill (Chubby) Dean, a pitcher for the Philadelphia Athletics and Cleveland Indians in the nineteen thirties and forties, died today at his home, 319 Middleton Street. He was 54 years old.
After his baseball career, Mr. Dean was director of athletics for the Army at Fort Dix and for the European Command at Nuremberg, Germany.
He was a distant cousin of Dizzy and Daffy Dean, pitching stars for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Survivors include his widow, the former Jean Edinger, a daughter, Donna, and a brother, Dayton, retired athletic director for Duke University.
Dean, a lefthander, began his major-league career as a first baseman. In eight seasons, he compiled a pitching record of 30 victories and 46 losses.