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Leo Ignatius “Pat” Bohen

In his only Major League start in 1913, Leo Ignatius “Pat” Bohen (1891-1942) took the loss, but he only gave up one run on three hits over eight innings. With such an impressive debut it’s a wonder why the righty from Oakland, Iowa only pitched one more inning the following season for the Pittsburgh Pirates. The partial answer is Bohen’s stellar performance came on October 1 while pitching for the eventual World Series champion Philadelphia A’s. The A’s had already clinched the American League pennant, thus most of the regulars for both the A’s and the Washington Senators did not play.

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