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Harry McIntire

Harry McIntire
Pitcher
Born: (1879-01-11)January 11, 1879
Dayton, Ohio
Died: January 9, 1949(1949-01-09) (aged 69)
Daytona Beach, Florida
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
April 14, 1905 for the Brooklyn Superbas
Last MLB appearance
April 22, 1913 for the Cincinnati Reds
Career statistics
Win–loss record 71–117
Earned run average 3.22
Strikeouts 626
Teams

John Reid McIntire (January 11, 1879 – January 9, 1949) was born in Dayton, Ohio and was a Pitcher for the Brooklyn Superbas (1905–09), Chicago Cubs (1910–12) and Cincinnati Reds (1913).

He helped the Cubs win the 1910 National League Pennant.

McIntire led the National League in Hits Allowed (340), Earned Runs Allowed (127) and Hit Batsmen (20) in 1905. He also led the league in Hits Batsmen in 1908 (20) and 1909 (21).

In 9 seasons he had a 71–117 Win-Loss record, 237 Games, 188 Games Started, 140 Complete Games, 17 Shutouts, 40 Games Finished, 7 Saves, 1,650 Innings Pitched, 1,555 Hits Allowed, 778 Runs Allowed, 590 Earned Runs Allowed, 34 Home Runs Allowed, 539 Walks Allowed, 626 Strikeouts, 96 Hit Batsmen, 14 Wild Pitches, 6,753 Batters Faced and 3.22 ERA.

McIntire died in Daytona Beach, Florida at the age of 69.

See also

Sources

  • Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference
Preceded by
Oscar Jones
Brooklyn Superbas Opening Day
Starting pitcher

1906
Succeeded by
Elmer Stricklett


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