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A short bio from the Helmar-R319 card back: Now that Washington has let him go Coveleski is giving it one more try with the NY Americans who hope the old spitballer can still fool ‘em. Had his glory years with Cleveland, winning 22-24 games four years in a row. Led league in ERA twice, once with Clev. and once with Wash. Was hero of 1920 World Series, winning three games and holding Brooklyn to 15 hits in 27 innings. Older brother Harry won 20 for Detroit 3 times. Stan is from Shamokin, Pa.


Birth Date: July 13, 1889
Birth Location: Shamokin, PA
Death Date: March 20, 1984
Death Location: South Bend IN, USA
Weight: 166 lb
Height: 5 ft 11 in
Bats: R
Throws: R
Debut Date: September 10, 1912
Final Game Date: August 3, 1928
Years Played: 14
Games Played: 451
At Bats: 1
Runs: 70
Hits: 168
Doubles: 26
Triples: 10
Home Runs: 1
RBIs: 81
Stolen Bases: 0
Base on Balls: 53
Batting Average: 0.159
Position: Pitcher

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