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Jack Stivetts

MLB Player information
NameJack Stivetts
PositionPitcher
BatsRight
ThrowsRight
MLB debutJune 26, 1889 for the St. Louis Browns
Last MLB appearanceJune 12, 1899 for the Cleveland Spiders
Career statistics
Pitching record203-132
Earned run average3.74
Strikeouts1223
Teams
*St. Louis Browns (1889-1891) *Boston Beaneaters (1892-1898) *Cleveland Spiders (1899)

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John Elmer Stivetts (March 31, 1868 Ashland, Pennsylvania - April 18, 1930 Ashland, PA) was a pitcher with an 11-year career from 1889 to 1899. He played for the St. Louis Cardinals of the American Association and the Boston Beaneaters and Cleveland Spiders, both of the National League. He also played other positions when not pitching, and hit well over his career with 35 home runs.

He led the American Association in earned run average (ERA) in 1889 with 2.25 and in strikeouts in 1891 with 259.



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Achievements
Preceded by
Ted Breitenstein
No-hitter pitcher
August 6, 1892
Succeeded by
Ben Sanders

Boston Beaneaters 1892 National League Champions

Charlie Bennett * John Clarkson * Hugh Duffy * Charlie Ganzel * King Kelly * Herman Long * Bobby Lowe * Tommy McCarthy * Billy Nash * Kid Nichols * Joe Quinn * Harry Staley * Jack Stivetts * Harry Stovey * Tommy Tucker
Manager Frank Selee

Boston Beaneaters 1893 National League Champions

Charlie Bennett * Cliff Carroll * Hugh Duffy * Charlie Ganzel * Hank Gastright * Herman Long * Bobby Lowe * Tommy McCarthy * Bill Merritt * Billy Nash * Kid Nichols * Harry Staley * Jack Stivetts * Tommy Tucker
Manager Frank Selee

Boston Beaneaters 1897 National League Champions

Bob Allen * Marty Bergen * Jimmy Collins * Hugh Duffy * Charlie Ganzel * Billy Hamilton * Fred Klobedanz * Ted Lewis * Herman Long * Bobby Lowe * Kid Nichols * Chick Stahl * Jack Stivetts * Jim Sullivan * Fred Tenney * George Yeager
Manager Frank Selee

Boston Beaneaters 1898 National League Champions

Marty Bergen * Jimmy Collins * Hugh Duffy * Billy Hamilton * Fred Klobedanz * Ted Lewis * Herman Long * Bobby Lowe * Kid Nichols * General Stafford * Chick Stahl * Jack Stivetts * Fred Tenney * Vic Willis * George Yeager
Manager Frank Selee



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