Paul Carpenter (baseball)
August 12, 1894|
|Died: March 14, 1968
|July 26, 1916, for the Pittsburgh Pirates|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 2, 1916, for the Pittsburgh Pirates|
|Earned run average||1.17|
Paul Calvin Carpenter (August 12, 1894 at Granville, Ohio – March 14, 1968 at Newark, Ohio) was a minor league baseball player. He played for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1916 and was the designated replacement for Jigger Statz, playing for the Los Angeles Angels in the Pacific Coast League, in the 1940 season. He was the uncle of Woody English, who also played professional baseball.
- Bill Weiss & Marshall Wright. "TEAM #1 1934 LOS ANGELES ANGELS (137-50)". Minor League Baseball: History: Top 100 Teams. Retrieved September 4, 2005.
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