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Bob Muncrief Pitcher Born: January 28, 1916 Madill, Oklahoma Died: February 6, 1996(1996-02-06) (aged 80) Duncanville, Texas Batted: Right Threw: Right  MLB debut September 30, 1937 for the St. Louis Browns Last MLB appearance April 20, 1951 for the New York Yankees Career statistics Win-loss record     80-82 Earned run average     3.80 Strikeouts     525 Teams St. Louis Browns (1937, 1939, 1941-1947) Cleveland Indians (1948) Pittsburgh Pirates (1949) Chicago Cubs (1949) New York Yankees (1951) Robert Cleveland Muncrief (January 28, 1916 - February 6, 1996) was a Pitcher for the St. Louis Browns (1937, 1939 and 1941–47), Cleveland Indians (1948), Pittsburgh Pirates (1949), Chicago Cubs (1949) and New York Yankees (1951). He helped the Browns win the 1944 American League Pennant, the Indians win the 1948 World Series and the Yankees win the 1951 World Series. He was named to the 1944 American League All-Star Team. He finished 34th in voting for the 1944 American League MVP for having a 13-8 Win-Loss record, 33 Games, 27 Games Started, 12 Complete Games, 3 Shutouts, 219 ⅓ Innings Pitched, 216 Hits Allowed, 75 Earned Runs Allowed, 88 Strikeouts, and a 3.08 ERA. He finished 22nd in voting for the 1945 AL MVP for having a 13-4 Win-Loss record, 27 Games, 15 Games Started, 10 Complete Games, 145 ⅔ Innings Pitched, 132 Hits Allowed, 44 Earned Runs Allowed, 54 Strikeouts, and a 2.72 ERA. In 12 seasons he had a 80-82 Win-Loss record, 288 Games, 165 Games Started, 67 Complete Games, 11 Shutouts, 72 Games Finished, 9 Saves, 1,401 ⅓ Innings Pitched, 1,503 Hits Allowed, 669 Runs Allowed, 592 Earned Runs Allowed, 108 Home Runs Allowed, 392 Walks Allowed, 525 Strikeouts, 15 Hit Batsmen, 19 Wild Pitches, 5,968 Batters Faced, 1 Balk and a 3.80 ERA. He died in Duncanville, Texas at the age of 80. Sources Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference External links Bob Muncrief at Find a Grave v · d · eCleveland Indians 1948 World Series Champions 3 Eddie Robinson | 4 Joe Gordon | 5 Lou Boudreau  | 6 Ken Keltner | 7 Al Rosen | 10 Jim Hegan | 11 Ray Boone | 12 Joe Tipton | 14 Larry Doby | 16 Ed Klieman | 18 Russ Christopher | 19 Bob Feller | 21 Bob Lemon | 24 Bob Kennedy | 25 Bob Muncrief | 27 Steve Gromek | 29 Satchel Paige | 30 Gene Bearden | 31 Allie Clark | 34 Dale Mitchell | 35 Wally Judnich | 36 Hal Peck | 38 Thurman Tucker Manager 5 Lou Boudreau Coaches: Mel Harder | Bill McKechnie | Ski Melillo | Muddy Ruel | George Susce Regular season Persondata Name Muncrief, Bob Alternative names Short description Date of birth January 28, 1916 Place of birth Madill, Oklahoma Date of death February 6, 1996 Place of death Duncanville, Texas This biographical article relating to an American baseball pitcher born in the 1910s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e