Bud Thomas (pitcher)
- This article is about the Major League Baseball pitcher, for the hitter with the same name, see Bud Thomas (shortstop)
Born: September 9, 1910|
Died: May 5, 2001 (aged 91)|
North Garden, Virginia
|September 13, #REDIRECT Template:Baseball year for the Washington Senators|
Last MLB appearance
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|Earned run average||4.96|
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On April 23, 1939, Bud Thomas surrendered the first major League home run ever hit by Red Sox legend Ted Williams.
Thomas pitched to Babe Ruth twice, striking him out the second time.
His grandson, Paul Thomas, went on to play baseball at UVA and a local team, the Blues. There are now three reserved seats at the UVA baseball field with the Thomas name on them as well as one for the Blues.
- Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference
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