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    Warren Edward Spahn (April 23, 1921 – November 24, 2003) was an American professional baseball pitcher who played 21 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB). A left-handed pitcher, Spahn played in 1942 and then from 1946 until 1965, most notably for the Boston Braves, who became the Milwaukee Braves after the team moved west before ...

  2. Warren Spahn Stats, Height, Weight, Position, Rookie Status & More | Position: Pitcher. Bats: Left • Throws: Left. 6-0 , 172lb (183cm, 78kg) Born: April 23, 1921 in Buffalo, NY. More bio, uniform, draft, salary info. Hall of Fame. Cy Young. 17x All-Star. 1957 World Series. 3x ERA Title. 16 21 21 21 21.

  3. Warren Edward Spahn. Born: 4/23/1921 in Buffalo, NY. High School: South Park, Buffalo, NY. Debut: 4/19/1942. Hall of Fame: 1973. Died: 11/24/2003. Batting. Pitching. Year.

  4. In 21 big league seasons, Spahn, a 17-time All-Star, compiled a 363-245 record, started 665 games, completed 382, struck out 2,583 batters and finished with a 3.09 ERA – leading the league in ERA three times. Spahn was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1973. He passed away on Nov. 24, 2003.

  5. 9 de abr. de 2024 · Warren Spahn (born April 23, 1921, Buffalo, New York, U.S.—died November 24, 2003, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma) was an American professional baseball player whose total of 363 major-league victories established a record for left-handed pitchers. His feat of winning 20 or more games in each of 13 seasons also was a record for left-handers.

  6. Warren Edward Spahn was a Major League Baseball player who pitched for the Boston Braves (1942-1952), Milwaukee Braves (1953-1954), New York Mets , and San Francisco Giants . Did you know Spahn, who was named for President Warren Harding, won 363 games — number five on the Top 1,000 Wins List / the thirteenth member of the 300 Wins Club ...

  7. 22 de abr. de 2022 · Spahn would finish his career as a Giant, in 1965, at the age of 44. He only won three games that year, but he still had enough arm left to start 11. At the end of this extraordinary career, Spahn had a 3.39 ERA in his final season. Joe Torre caught Spahn when he was a kid catcher in Milwaukee. One Spring Training day when Torre was still ...