May 2, 1896|
El Monte, California
|Died: August 28, 1951
Long Beach, California
|October 3, 1917 for the New York Yankees|
Last MLB appearance
|September 6, 1926 for the Chicago Cubs|
|Earned run average||4.26|
Piercy helped the Yankees win the 1921 American League pennant.
In 6 seasons he had a 27–43 Win-Loss record, 116 Games (70 Started), 28 Complete Games, 2 Shutouts, 30 Games Finished, 610 ⅔ Innings Pitched, 676 Hits Allowed, 362 Runs Allowed, 289 Earned Runs Allowed, 16 Home Runs Allowed, 268 Walks Allowed, 165 Strikeouts, 43 Hit Batsmen, 21 Wild Pitches, 2,180 Batters Faced, 1 Balk and a 4.26 ERA.
He died in Long Beach, California, at the age of 55.
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