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Pat Malone

MLB Player information
NamePat Malone
MLB debutApril 12, 1928 for the Chicago Cubs
Last MLB appearanceSeptember 28, 1937 for the New York Yankees
Career statistics
Win-loss record134-92
Earned run average3.74
* Chicago Cubs (1928-1934) * New York Yankees (1935-1937)

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Perce Leigh Malone (September 25, 1902 - May 13, 1943) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball who played from 1928 through 1937 for the Chicago Cubs (1928 34) and New York Yankees (1935 37). Listed at 6' 0", 200 lb., Malone batted left-handed and threw right-handed. He was born in Altoona, Pennsylvania. Malone was outstanding in his first three Major League seasons. As a rookie, he compiled a 18-13 record for the third-place 1928 Chicago Cubs, striking out 155 opponents to finish second in the National League behind Dazzy Vance (200). As a sophomore, he led the NL pitchers with 22 wins, 166 strikeouts and six shutouts, helping the Cubs reach the 1929 World Series. Again in 1930, he led the league with 20 wins and finished in third place with 142 strikeouts, being surpassed only by Bill Hallahan (177) and Vance (173). He also tied Erv Brame for the lead in complete games, with 22.

The next four years Malone lowered his previous numbers, averaging 14 wins and 104 strikeouts for each year. Before the 1935 season he was part of consecutive transactions between the Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals and New York Yankees. Moved to the bullpen by the Yankees, he collected 18 saves during three seasons, including an American League lead with nine saves in 1936.

In a 10-season career, Malone posted a 134-92 record with 1024 strikeouts and a 3.74 ERA in 357 appearances, including 220 starts, 115 complete games, 15 shutouts, 26 saves, and 1915.0 innings pitched.

A good-hitting pitcher, Malone recorded a .188 batting average (129-for-688) with nine home runs and 61 RBI. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, he is one of two pitchers in modern era to hit at least one home run in his first five Major League seasons (1928 1932). The other is Dontrelle Willis (2003 2007).

Malone was an alumnus of Juniata College and died in his hometown of Altoona at the age of 40.

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Preceded by
Dazzy Vance
National League Strikeout Champion
Succeeded by
Bill Hallahan
Preceded by
Larry Benton & Burleigh Grimes
National League Wins Champion
(1930 with Ray Kremer)
Succeeded by
J. Elliott, B. Hallahan & H. Meine

New York Yankees 1936 World Series Champions

1 Roy Johnson * 2 Red Rolfe * 3 George Selkirk * 4 Lou Gehrig * 5 Frankie Crosetti * 6 Tony Lazzeri * 7 Jake Powell * 8 Bill Dickey * 9 Joe DiMaggio * 10 Don Heffner * 11 Lefty Gomez * 12 Jack Saltzgaver * 14 Bump Hadley * 15 Red Ruffing * 16 Monte Pearson * 17 Jumbo Brown * 18 Art Jorgens * 19 Johnny Murphy * 20 Johnny Broaca * 21 Pat Malone * 22 Bob Seeds * 25 Kemp Wicker * 26 Joe Glenn
Manager Joe McCarthy
Coaches: 29 Art Fletcher * 30 Earle Combs * 31 Johnny Schulte

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