Major League Baseball Player. He was a catcher for four seasons (1944 to 1947) with the St. Louis Browns and Washington Senators. He was a member of the 1944 American League Pennant-winning Browns. During the 1944 World Series, he had 2 hits in three at bats, with a .667 batting average. His most successful season was in 1945 when he had 98 hits with a .268 batting average. He was the younger brother of longtime major league catcher Gus Mancuso. After retiring from baseball he became active in politics, serving as a city councilman in Houston. In 337 career regular season games, Mancuso had 241 hits and a .241 lifetime batting average.
Bio by: C.S.