Fred Frankhouse

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Birthdate4/9/1904
Death Date8/17/1989
Debut Year1927
Year of Induction
Teams Braves, Cardinals, Dodgers
Position Pitcher

Fred Frankhouse pitched in the second All Star Game; three years later he got the win to end Carl Hubbell‘s MLB record 24-game win streak.

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 Fred Frankhouse weighs in on Pete Alexander's epilepsy and calls him,

Fred Frankhouse weighs in on Pete Alexander's epilepsy and calls him, "one of the greatest pitchers of all time"

For three seasons Fred Frankhouse and Grover Cleveland Alexander both pitched for the St. Louis Cardinals. Frankhouse was just beginning a 13-year career that saw him win over 100 games. Alexander was finishing his Hall of Fame career in which he earned 373 victories. Frankhouse’s best seaso
Hall of Fame pitcher Grover Cleveland Alexander is one of the greatest ever

Hall of Fame pitcher Grover Cleveland Alexander is one of the greatest ever

Truly one of the game’s greatest pitchers, Grover Cleveland Alexander is third on the all-time wins list with 373. Born in 1887, Alexander played in his first big league game in 1911 at the age of 24. He quickly established himself as a formidable twirler, averaging more than 27 wins in his first 7 seasons. Alexander pitched in the big leagues for 20 years.

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