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About Ed Walsh
Known for his extraordinary physical stamina and strength as well as his success with the Chicago White Sox in the early 1900s, Hall of Fame pitcher Ed Walsh made his mark on baseball.
He began his professional baseball career with the Connecticut State League's 1902 Meriden Silverites. The player then moved to the Chicago White Sox in 1904. He plied his trade for the White Sox until 1916. The following year, he signed for the Boston Braves.
Walsh had his first 20-win season in 1907, just after winning the World Series. He recorded his masterpiece in 1908, pitching 464 innings, recording a league-record 11 shutouts, 40 wins to just 15 losses, and a 1.42 earned run average.
He retired in 1917 with 195 victories, 126 defeats, and 1736 strikeouts. He ventured into management, coaching his former team the Chicago White Sox in 1924.
In 1946, the Pennsylvania-born baseball player was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
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F.A.Q. about Ed Walsh
When is his birthday?
Ed Walsh's birthday is on May 14, 1881.
In how many days is his birthday?
Ed Walsh's birthday is in 164 days
How old was Ed Walsh when he died?
He was 78 years old.
When did he die?
He died in May 26, 1959.
How old would he be today?
Ed Walsh would be 141 years old if he was alive today.
Where was Ed Walsh from?
He was born in Plains Township, Pennsylvania, U.S..