Hans “Gus” Seaburg

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Gus made his mark in sports as a trainer, and in that profession was a pioneer in Delaware. This former Wilmington High and sandlot athlete entered the field during World War II as trainer for the
teams at Fort Knox, Kentucky. He was a trainer for the NFL champion Green Bay Packers and in 1945 and 1946 worked for manager Casey Stengel and his Kansas City Blues of the American Association. He
also worked for the Detroit Lions. Seaburg was the trainer for University of Delaware football and basketball teams 1946-51 and the original baseball Blue Rocks. Died Aug. 28, 1994.



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