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January 27, 1901|
Camden, New Jersey
|Died: June 1, 1973
Fort Myers, Florida
|October 1, 1920, for the Philadelphia Athletics|
|Last MLB appearance|
|August 30, 1933, for the Brooklyn Dodgers|
|Earned run average||4.46|
|Career highlights and awards|
Frederick Amos Heimach (January 27, 1901 – June 1, 1973) born in Camden, New Jersey, was a Major League Baseball pitcher for the Philadelphia Athletics (1920–26), Boston Red Sox (1926), New York Yankees (1928–29) and Brooklyn Robins/Brooklyn Dodgers (1930–33). He helped the Yankees win the 1928 World Series.
In 13 seasons, he had a 62–69 win-loss record, 296 games, 127 games started, 56 complete games, 5 shutouts, 104 games finished, 7 saves, 1,288⅔ innings pitched, 1,510 hits allowed, 755 runs allowed, 639 earned runs allowed, 64 home runs allowed, 360 walks allowed, 334 strikeouts, 27 hit batsmen, 14 wild pitches, 5,674 batters faced, 4 balks and a 4.46 ERA.
He died in Fort Myers, Florida at the age of 72.
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