Dean Stone

Dean Stone Age, Net Worth & All Biography - Updated Dec 2022

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Dean Stone was an American professional baseball player who appeared in 166 games throughout eight Major League Baseball seasons or parts of them. Dean Stone also spent one season with the Taiyo Whales in Japan (1964).

Early Life and Childhood

Dean Stone was born on September 1, 1930, in  Moline, Illinois, United States. His real birth name was Darrah Dean Stone.

Talking about Dean’s parents, there is no information available on the internet about his parents’ names and professions. Similarly, there is also no information about Dean’s siblings.

Dean was known to be an American by nationality and belongs to the Christianity religion, and his zodiac sign was Virgo which belongs to the element of earth, according to astrologers.


Talking about Dean’s formal education, he grew up in  Moline, Illinois and he might have done his schooling at a local school in Moline, Illinois. Furthermore, Stone graduated from United Township High School in East Moline, before entering baseball in 1949.


Dean Stone died on August 21, 2018, in East Moline, Illinois, at the age of 87.

Career and Professional Life

Dean won the 1954 All-Star Game despite not striking out a single batter. On July 13, this took place at Cleveland Stadium. He came in with two outs in the top of the eighth inning to face Duke Snider, with the American League trailing 9-8. Red Schoendienst, the third baserunner, attempted to steal home, but Stone threw him out at the plate. The A.L. then scored three runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to win the game 11-9, thanks to Virgil Trucks’ scoreless ninth inning.

Similarly, Dean reached the big leagues after pitching two minor league no-hitters in 1952 and going 8-10 with a 3.33 ERA for the Southern Association’s Double-A Chattanooga Lookouts in 1953. On September 13, 1953, he made his first appearance in relief against the Detroit Tigers. He would go on to pitch the majority of his major league games (60%) in relief.

Dean was a member of the 1962 expansion Houston Colt.45s. In Houston’s third game (April 12), he pitched a three-hit shutout against the Chicago Cubs, followed by another shutout against the Cubs a week later, giving the Colts a 5-3 record. On June 22, he was traded to the Chicago White Sox in exchange for pitcher Russ Kemmerer. Stone was acquired by the Baltimore Orioles during the offseason, and he made his final major league appearance on June 21, 1963.

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Caption: Dean Stone playing baseball. Source: Autographs

Brand Endorsements

Dean has not endorsed any brand till now. Also, Dean has not promoted anything till now and has not been seen in any collaborations with brands. No information is available regarding the other brands Dean has cooperated with or not.

Awards and Nomination

Dean won the 1954 All-Star Game despite not striking out a single batter. Similarly, in 1954, he won a career-high 12 games, lost 10, had an earned run average of 3.22, and was an All-Star for the first time. In his previous seven seasons, he went 17-29 with a 4.91 ERA.

Net Worth

Dean has an estimated net worth of approximately around $5 million. Most of Dean’s income sources are from his baseball career. Additionally, Dean has worked very hard since his childhood to achieve this fame.

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Caption: Dean Stone posing for the photo. Source: The Washington Post

Relationship Status

Dean Stone was married to his girlfriend Peggy Scott. Additionally, the couple has 3 children and their one child’s name is Mary Ann Quinn. Dean’s wife died on 30 June 1985. Dean doesn’t have any past relationships or previous engagements.


Dean hasn’t been associated with any sort of rumors or controversies that would hamper his career. Also, Dean avoids the media and avoids engaging in contentious behavior or situations that can damage his reputation.

Body Measurements

Dean Stone stands at the height of 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 93 kilograms. But Dean’s exact body measurements are not available.

Similarly, Dean has beautiful brown eyes and hair but his dress size and shoe size are not available.

Dean hasn’t inked tattoos on any parts of his body now as of 2022. As Dean simply doesn’t see the necessity for so much ink.

Dean Stone

Caption: Dean Stone playing baseball. Source: Autographs

Social Media

Dean Stone is not available on any other social media sites including Facebook. Moreover, Dean enjoys being present and keeping things private in his personal life. As a result, Dean doesn’t use any social media sites. There are, however, some fake Dean profiles, some of which have been suspended.