When people would ask him for an autograph, he surprised people because although he pitched and batted right-handed, his hand writing was left handed.
Final Resting Place:
Oak Grove Cemetery
230 Playstead Rd, Medford, MA 02155
Medford, Massachusetts, 02155
Grave Location:Forest Lawn, Row IZ, Lot 13
Grave Location Description
As you enter the cemetery stay towards the left and drive back to the newer section. Look for the street sign indicating the Forest Lawn section. Once you find Forest Lawn drive all the way back to the edge of the cemetery that borders the private homes. Monbo is buried in the middle in the very last row of this elongated section of gravesites.
Grave Location GPS42.42803198, -71.13735671
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