On September 4, 1913 — In his major league debut, 22 year-old Hal Schwenk pitches 11 innings, giving up 12 hits, but earns a complete-game victory when St. Louis defeats the White Sox at Sportsman’s Park, 5-4. The Browns’ rookie southpaw will never again appear in a big league game.

 


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Baseball Reference September 4
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