January 14, 1970 |
|July 28, 1992 for the Pittsburgh Pirates|
Last MLB appearance
|April 2, 1998 for the Cincinnati Reds|
|Earned run average||4.31|
Steven Cooke (born 1970) is a former professional baseball player who pitched in the Major Leagues from 1992–1994 and 1996-1998. He was named as the LHP in the Topps All-Star Rookie Team in 1993.
He was born Stephen Montague Cooke III January 14, 1970 in Lihue, Hawaii. He graduated from Tigard High School in Tigard, Oregon, and attended the College of Southern Idaho. His ancestors include Joseph Platt Cooke (1730–1816), Amos Starr Cooke (1810–1871), Gerrit P. Judd (1803–1873) and Albert Francis Judd (1838–1900). Baseball pioneer Alexander Cartwright was fire chief in Honolulu in the late 19th century and organized school baseball games at Punahou School where many of his ancestors attended.
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