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Carl Mays Net Worth

Carl Mays Net Worth is
$33.6 Thousand

Carl Mays Biography

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Full NameCarl Mays
DiedApril 4, 1971, El Cajon, California, United States
Weight88 kg
ProfessionBaseball player

Interesting Facts

1Pitcher with the Boston Red Sox 1915-1919[start]), New York Yankees (1919[end]-1923), Cincinnati Reds (1924-1928), and New York Giants (1929).
2Made major league debut on 15 April 1915.
3In 1921 led American League pitchers in wins (27), winning percentage (.750), games pitched (49), and innings pitched (336-2/3).
4Led the American League in shutouts in 1918 (8) and 1920 (6).
5Mays, pitching for the New York Yankees, hit Cleveland Indian's Ray Chapman with a pitch, resulting in a depressed fracture just above the left ear. Chapman died the next day. It is the only fatality in major league baseball history. (16 August 1920)



Animated Weekly, No. 411916Documentary shortHimself
World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn1916DocumentaryHimself (Boston Red Sox)
1915 World's Championship Series1915DocumentaryHimself - Boston Red Sox Pitcher

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