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Joe Decker
Joe Decker 1978.jpg
Pitcher
Born: (1947-06-16)June 16, 1947
Storm Lake, Iowa
Died: March 2, 2003(2003-03-02) (aged 55)
Fraser, Michigan
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
September 18, 1969, for the Chicago Cubs
Last MLB appearance
July 7, 1979, for the Seattle Mariners
MLB statistics
Win–loss record36–44
Earned run average4.17
Strikeouts458
Teams

George Henry Decker, Jr. (June 16, 1947 – March 2, 2003) was a Major League Baseball pitcher for the Chicago Cubs (1969–72), Minnesota Twins (1973–76) and Seattle Mariners (1979). He was born in Storm Lake, Iowa.[1]

He was traded along with Bill Hands and minor‐league pitcher Bob Maneely by the Cubs to the Minnesota Twins for Dave LaRoche on December 1, 1972.[2]

He died at age 55 from head injuries following a fall at his home in Fraser, Michigan.[3]

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References

  1. ^ Myers, Doug (1999). Essential Cubs: Chicago Cubs Facts, Feats, and Firsts-- from the Batter's Box to the Bullpen to the Bleachers. McGraw-Hill. ISBN 9780809226108. Retrieved 19 November 2014.
  2. ^ Durso, Joseph. "A's Send Epstein to Rangers; Scheinblum, Nelson to Reds," The New York Times, Saturday, December 2, 1972. Retrieved April 12, 2020
  3. ^ services, Tribune news. "Ex-Cubs pitcher Decker dies".

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Preceded by
Camilo Pascual
Minnesota Twins
Single-Game Strikeout Total
Record Holder (15)

1973
Succeeded by
Jerry Koosman


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