Fred Trueman was a British cricket player. He was born on 6 February 1931 in Scotch Springs, Stainton, West Riding of Yorkshire, England and passed away on 1 July 2006 in Steeton with Eastburn, West Yorkshire, England, aged 75.
He was known as one of the greatest bowlers in history, and was the first to take 300 wickets in a Test career. He spent the majority of his career playing for Yorkshire (1949-68), has been in 603 first-class matches, where he scored 9,231 runs, had a top score of 104, held 439 catches and took 2,304 wickets. Once he retired from the game, he went on to work in television and radio as a commentator for the sport, through the BBC.
Awards and Achievements:
Young Cricketer of the Year (1952)
Wisden Cricketer of the Year (1953)
Received an OBE for his services to cricket (1989)
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