August 27, 1947 |
|September 21, 1970, for the Kansas City Royals|
|Last MLB appearance|
|August 5, 1976, for the New York Yankees|
|Earned run average||3.79|
James Harlan York (born August 27, 1947, in Maywood, California) is a former professional baseball pitcher. In his six-year Major League Baseball career, he played for the Kansas City Royals, the Houston Astros, and the New York Yankees.
In six years and 174 games, York posted a lifetime record of 16-17, 194 strikeouts and an ERA of 3.79. His best season statistically came with Kansas City in 1971, when he had career bests with 103 strikeouts, a 2.89 ERA, and a 5-5 record, and earned $12,500. As a batter, he got three hits in 40 at bats in his career. He hit one home run, also in the 1971 season, against Cleveland Indians pitcher Alan Foster.
After being released by the Yankees in August 1976, York had a minor league stint with the Iowa Oaks in the Chicago White Sox organization. After not playing professionally in 1977, he retired in 1978.
His uniform numbers include 40, 42, and 43.
- 2010 UCLA Baseball Media Guide, UCLA Athletic Department, 2010
- Box score of game featuring York's home run
- Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference, or Baseball-Reference (Minors)
- Stats at Baseball Almanac
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