Happy Foreman

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August G. Foreman (July 20, 1899 – February 13, 1953) was a relief pitcher in Major League Baseball who played between 1924 and 1926 for the Chicago White Sox (1924) and Boston Red Sox (1926). Listed at 5' 7", 160 lb., he batted and threw left-handed.

Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Foreman was Jewish and the last of 16 major leaguers nicknamed ″Happy″.[1][2]

In a two-season career, Foreman posted a 3.18 ERA in six appearances, including four strikeouts, nine walks, three games finished, and 11⅓ innings of work. He did not have a decision.

Foreman died in New York, New York at the age of 55.

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