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Harry Eisenstat Pitcher Born: October 10, 1915(1915-10-10) Brooklyn, New York Died: March 21, 2003(2003-03-21) (aged 87) Beachwood, Ohio Batted: Left Threw: Left  MLB debut May 19, 1935 for the Brooklyn Dodgers Last MLB appearance September 25, 1942 for the Cleveland Indians Career statistics Win-loss record     25–27 Earned run average     3.89 Strikeouts     157 Teams Brooklyn Dodgers (1935–1937) Detroit Tigers (1938–1939) Cleveland Indians (1939–1942) Harry Eisenstat (October 10, 1915 – March 21, 2003) was a Major League Baseball player who played from 1935 to 1942. Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 See also 4 References 5 Sources Early life He was born in Brooklyn, New York, and attended James Madison High School in Brooklyn, New York.[1] Career He pitched for the Brooklyn Dodgers, Detroit Tigers, and Cleveland Indians. He is best known for pitching for the Detroit Tigers when they beat Bob Feller of the Cleveland Indians on October 2, 1938 4–1 despite Feller setting the record for most strike outs in a game. He enlisted in the Army in 1942, ending his career in major league baseball. Through 2010, he was 9th all-time in career ERA (3.80; directly behind Harry Feldman) among Jewish major league baseball players.[1] After the war, he moved to Shaker Heights, Ohio and opened a hardware store. In 1993, he was inducted into the Michigan Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. After his death in 2003, his papers were donated to the Western Reserve Historical Society in Cleveland, Ohio, where they are available to the serious scholar. See also List of select Jewish baseball players References ^ "Career Pitching Leaders". Career Leaders. Jewish Major Leaguers. Retrieved February 12, 2011.  Sources Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference, or The Baseball Cube Schneider, Russell (2002). Tales from the Tribe Dugout. Sports Publishing. pp. 51–59. ISBN 1-58261-303-6.  Persondata Name Eisenstat, Harry Alternative names Short description Date of birth October 10, 1915 Place of birth Brooklyn, New York Date of death March 21, 2003 Place of death Beachwood, Ohio This biographical article relating to a baseball pitcher born in the 1910s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e