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Carl Weilman

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Games  239
Role  Baseball player
Name  Carl Weilman
Earned run average  2.67
Win-Loss record  84-93

Carl Weilman
Died  May 25, 1924, Hamilton, Ohio, United States

Carl Woolworth Weilman (November 29, 1889 in Hamilton, Ohio – May 25, 1924 in Hamilton, Ohio), was a professional baseball player who played pitcher in the Major Leagues from 1912-1920. He played for the St. Louis Browns.

Weilman is one of the few players in baseball history to strike out six times in one game, and the first player recorded to have done so.

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Carl Weilman Wikipedia


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