Born: July 29, 1879|
Died: November 28, 1961 (aged 82)|
|April 25, 1901 for the Cleveland Blues|
Last MLB appearance
|October 10, 1914 for the Buffalo Buffeds|
|Earned run average||2.78|
Career highlights and awards
Earl Moore (July 29, 1879 – November 28, 1961) was a professional baseball pitcher who had a 14-year career in Major League Baseball.
Moore's sidearm throwing style earned him the nickname "crossfire". His contract was purchased by the Cleveland Blues from Dayton, Ohio for $1000. On May 9, 1901, he pitched the American League's first no-hitter, only to lose the game in the tenth inning. He was also the first pitcher in the 20th century to lose a no-hit game. In
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He was traded to the New York Highlanders in
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His career record was 161–154 with a 2.78 ERA. He pitched 230 complete games.
- List of Major League Baseball ERA champions
- List of Major League Baseball strikeout champions
- MLB All-Time Hit Batsmen List
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