Rube Waddell


Rube Waddell

Rube Waddell

Rube Waddell

George Edward Waddell (13 de octubre de 1876 – 1 de abril de 1914) fue un pitcher norteamericano zurdo de la Major League Baseball. En sus treinta años de profesión jugó en los Louisville Colonels (1897, 1899), en los Pittsburgh Pirates (1900-01) y en los Chicago Orphans (1901) de la Liga Nacional y en los Philadelphia Athletics (1902-07) y los St. Louis Browns (1908-10) en la Liga Americana. Waddell se ganó pronto el sobrenombre de "Rube" por su aspecto rubicundo. El término hacía referencia a su origen granjero, ya que había nacido en Bradford, Pensilvania.

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  • Anexo:Líderes en efectividad en las Grandes Ligas
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