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  1. San Francisco Seals (Baseball) Players: Lefty Gomez, Lew Burdette, Tommy Bridges, Dutch Ruether, Larry Jansen, Rollie Zeider, Bill Killefer
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6. Lefty Gomez's Career Pitching Stats And Highlights
Career Pitching Stats YEAR TEAM G IP W L ERA CG BB SO 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 NYY NYY NYY NYY NYY NYY NYY NYY NYY
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  • Won 20 or more games four times.
  • Led the American League in strike outs three times (1933, 34, 37).
  • Played in seven All-Star Games and started in 3 games
  • His 6-0 world series record gave him the most wins without a lost in Major League history.
  • Had the best winning percentage as a pitcher in the A.L. in 1934 and 1941
  • Led the American League in 1934 with 26 wins.
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7. Gomez, Lefty | Baseball Hall Of Fame
A lanky lefthander, Vernon Lefty Gomez baffled the opposition with a blazing fastball and sweeping curve, while entertaining teammates with his wit and good humor.
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Gomez, Lefty P 1972 Gordon, Joe 2B 2009 Goslin, Goose LF 1968 Gossage, Goose RP 2008 85.8% Grant, Frank 2B 2006 Greenberg, Hank 1B 1956 85% Griffith, Clark 1946 Grimes, Burleigh
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Vernon "Lefty" Gmez
November 26, 1908 - Feb 17, 1989
Birthplace: Rodeo, California
Died: Greenbrae, California
Height: 6'2" Weight: 170
Related Info Lefty Gomez's career stats and highlights Lefty Gomez's biography in Spanish. As a pitcher for the New York Yankees in the 1930s, Baseball Hall of Famer Vernon "Lefty" Gmez (#11) was a major force in helping the Yankees win five American League Pennants and five World Series Championships. The Yankees purchased Lefty Gomez from his hometown San Francisco Seals in 1929 for $35,000. Two years later the slender 6'2" Gomez with his high leg kick and smoking fastball won 21 games for the Yankees with the support of teammates like co-members of the Hall of Fame Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio. After a winning game the outspoken Gomez was quoted saying: "I want to thank all my teammates who scored so many runs and Joe DiMaggio, who ran down so many of my mistakes." Along with right-hander Red Ruffing this lefty-righty combination was the core of the pitching staff in the 1930's.

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11. Gomez, Lefty
Pitcher Born November 26, 1908 Rodeo, California Died February 17 1989 (aged 80) Greenbrae, California Batted Left Threw Left MLB debut; April 29, 1930
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Lefty Gomez Pitcher Born: November 26, 1908
Rodeo, California
Greenbrae, California Batted: Left Threw: Left MLB debut April 29, 1930
for the New York Yankees Final game May 23, 1943
for the Washington Senators Career statistics Win-Loss record Earned run average Strikeouts Teams
  • New York Yankees (1930-1942) Washington Senators (1943)
Career highlights and awards
  • 7x All-Star selection (1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939) 5x World Series champion (1932, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939)
Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Vernon Louis Gomez (November 26, 1908 – February 17, 1989) was a Portuguese American baseball player who played in the American League for the New York Yankees between 1930 and 1942. He was a left-handed pitcher. While pitching for five World Series teams, Gomez set an unparalleled record, winning six consecutive World Series games. He also won 20 regular season games four times, led the American League in wins twice, and led the league in shutouts for three seasons. His nickname "Goofy" was earned as a result of his eccentric behavior, his oddball demeanor and self-deprecating wit that made him popular with the press.

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Career Pitching Record At 6-foot-2, Gomez weighed only 173 pounds, but his long arms gave him the leverage to throw a very good fastball, and early in his major league career he developed an excellent slow curve that drove hitters crazy. He had a 2-5 record in a brief stint with the New York Yankees in 1930, but became a regular starter the following season and had a 21-9 record with a 2.67 ERA. Gomez went 24-7 in 1932 and won the second game of the World Series 7-2 as the Yankees swept the Cubs in four games. After leading the league with 163 strikeouts in 1933, Gomez won the first of two pitching triple crowns. He was tops in the AL in victories and winning percentage with a 26-5 record, in strikeouts with 158, and in ERA with a 2.33 mark. He also led the league with 6 shutouts, despite the fact that he started only 33 games because of an arm injury late in the season. The arm continued to bother him for the next two years, when he had a combined 25-22 record, but he won two games in the 1936 World Series. In 1937 he bounced back to win his second triple crown, leading in victories with a 21-11 record, in strikeouts with 194, and in ERA at 2.33, along with a league-leading 6 shutouts. Gomez won two more games against the New York Giants in the World Series, giving up just 3 runs in 18 innings.

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Vernon Louis "Lefty" Gmez November 26 February 17 ) was a left-handed Major League pitcher who played in the American League for the New York Yankees between and Gmez was born in Rodeo, California . In his career, almost entirely spent with the Yankees, he had a 189-102 record with 1468 strikeout s and a 3.34 ERA in 2503 innings pitched . His contract was sold to the Boston Braves Two major American professional sports teams have existed under the name Boston Braves both of which still exist today but are no longer located in Boston, Massachusetts. The Boston Braves founded in 1871, are a team in the National League of Major League in 1943 is the common year starting on Friday. Events January January 4 End of term for Culbert Olson, 29th Governor of California. He is succeeded by Earl Warren. January 11 The United States and United Kingdom give up territorial rights in China. January 1 . Released by the Braves that same year without appearing in a game, Gomez signed with the

17. New York Yankee Lefty Gomez Walks Most (11) In A Shutout (Yankees 9, St. L 0) Au
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