American baseball playerDied when: 64 years 281 days (777 months)
Star Sign: Leo
Constantine Nicholas "Gus" Keriazakos (July 28, 1931 – May 4, 1996) was an American professional baseball player.He was a 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m), 187 lb (85 kg) right-handed pitcher who worked in 28 games in the Major Leagues in 1950 and 1954–1955 for the Chicago White Sox, Washington Senators and Kansas City Athletics.
Keriazakos, a native of West Orange, New Jersey, spent the entire 1954 campaign with Washington, appearing in 22 games, 19 in relief, and posting a creditable earned run average of 3.77.
He started three times, and pitched complete games in two of them.All told, he appeared in 28 MLB games and allowed 81 hits and 42 bases on balls with 42 strikeouts in 73⅔ innings of work.