Carl Hubbell (1986)


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Dr. David Cheatham & Dr. G. W. Schoenhals

Carl Hubbell, the New York Giants screwball-throwing left hander from Meeker, Oklahoma, had a brilliant 16-year (1928-1943) professional baseball career.  Hubbell won 253 games, and led the National League in ERA three times, in wins three times, winning percentage twice, and with ten shutouts in 1933.  He pitched 3,589 innings, registered 1,678 strikeouts and had a 2.98 ERA during his career. The nine-time All-Star won 21 or more games five years in a row, and was the first National League player to have his number retired. He was selected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1947.