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Phil Bedgood

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Win–loss record  1–2
Role  Baseball player
Name  Phil Bedgood
Earned run average  4.88
Strikeouts  12

Died  November 8, 1927, Fort Pierce, Florida, United States

Phillip Burlette Bedgood (March 8, 1898 – November 8, 1927) pitched two years of major league baseball for the Cleveland Indians, in 1922 and 1923. He played his first game on September 20, 1922, and his last game on September 15, 1923.

Bedgood pitched 27 innings in his career. Bedgood died at the early age of 29 when his Appendix burst while being treated for a strained muscle in his side.

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Phil Bedgood Wikipedia


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