March 28, 1891|
|Died: November 5, 1969
Carson City, Nevada
|June 21, 1912, for the Philadelphia Athletics|
|Last MLB appearance|
|July 13, 1912, for the Philadelphia Athletics|
|Earned run average||7.62|
Born in Susanville, California, he started his career at Santa Clara University then called Santa Clara College. After graduation in 1912 he had a one-season career in the majors for the Philadelphia Athletics during the 1912 season. He went directly to the majors with no minor career, yet played in only three games, earning a 7.62 Earned Run Average (ERA).
He studied law under his father, and on March 1, 1918 he won his first case at Judge Koken's court at Standish. He worked as an attorney in Susanville. He was considered the "Dean of Lassen County Bar" when he died in Carson City, Nevada on November 5, 1969 during a visit to a daughter.
- Hardin Barry, Statistics and History, Baseball-Reference.com, USA TODAY, 2013, accessed September 13, 2013
- Gerald McKevitt (1 January 1979). The University of Santa Clara: A History, 1851-1977. Stanford University Press. pp. 145–. ISBN 978-0-8047-1024-4. Retrieved 13 September 2013.
- The Nevada State Bar Journal, State Bar of Nevada, Volume 33, 1936-67. State Bar of Nevada. 1970. p. 2. Retrieved 13 September 2013.
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- Cheryl McCormack (2008). Susanville. Arcadia Publishing. pp. 42–. ISBN 978-0-7385-5843-1. Retrieved 13 September 2013.
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