May 4, 1872|
|Died: October 29, 1949
|September 21, 1894, for the Washington Senators|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 20, 1903, for the Boston Beaneaters|
|Earned run average||3.64|
In 1902, the right-hander, leading off in the bottom of the 11th inning, hit a game-ending round-tripper off St. Louis Cardinal right-hander Mike O'Neill to give Boston a 4-3 victory in the first game of a twin bill at the South End Grounds. The 30-year-old hurler became the only pitcher in baseball history to earn a victory by hitting his own walk-off home run.
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