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Fred Heimach
Fred Heimach newspaper.png
Born: (1901-01-27)January 27, 1901
Camden, New Jersey
Died: June 1, 1973(1973-06-01) (aged 72)
Fort Myers, Florida
Batted: Left Threw: Left
MLB debut
October 1, 1920, for the Philadelphia Athletics
Last MLB appearance
August 30, 1933, for the Brooklyn Dodgers
MLB statistics
Win–loss record62–69
Earned run average4.46
Career highlights and awards

Frederick Amos Heimach (January 27, 1901 – June 1, 1973) born in Camden, New Jersey, was a Major League Baseball pitcher for the Philadelphia Athletics (1920–26), Boston Red Sox (1926), New York Yankees (1928–29) and Brooklyn Robins/Brooklyn Dodgers (1930–33). He helped the Yankees win the 1928 World Series.

In 13 seasons, he had a 62–69 win-loss record, 296 games, 127 games started, 56 complete games, 5 shutouts, 104 games finished, 7 saves, 1,288⅔ innings pitched, 1,510 hits allowed, 755 runs allowed, 639 earned runs allowed, 64 home runs allowed, 360 walks allowed, 334 strikeouts, 27 hit batsmen, 14 wild pitches, 5,674 batters faced, 4 balks and a 4.46 ERA.

He was a very good hitting pitcher. He compiled a .236 batting average (128-for-542) with 58 runs, 3 home runs and 50 RBI. As a member of the Philadelphia A's, in 1923 he batted .254 (30-for-118) with 11 RBI, he also played 6 games at first base and batted .322 in 1924 (29-for-90) with 12 RBI.

He recorded a .972 fielding percentage in his 13 year major league career. After committing 2 errors in the third inning on September 22, 1926 pitching for the A's against the Cleveland Indians at League Park, he went the next 134 appearances and handling 172 total chances (24 putouts, 148 assists) to the end of his career in 1933 without another miscue.

He died in Fort Myers, Florida at the age of 72.


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