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John Stuper
Yale Bulldogs
Born: (1957-05-09) May 9, 1957 (age 64)
Butler, Pennsylvania
Batted: Right
Threw: Right
MLB debut
June 1, 1982, for the St. Louis Cardinals
Last MLB appearance
October 4, 1985, for the Cincinnati Reds
MLB statistics
Win–loss record32–28
Earned run average3.96
As Player

As Coach

Career highlights and awards

John Anton Stuper (born May 9, 1957) is a college baseball head coach and former pitcher. He attended Point Park University.

Playing career


Stuper was originally drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates on June 6, 1978. He was traded on January 25, 1979 to the St. Louis Cardinals for Tommy Sandt before making it to the majors.

St. Louis Cardinals

He was 25 years old when he broke into Major League Baseball on June 1, 1982, for the St. Louis Cardinals. In his debut he pitched 8 innings against the San Francisco Giants but ended with a no-decision as Jack Clark singled in Darrell Evans in the top of the 11th and the Giants beat the Cardinals 4–3 in St. Louis.

On October 19, 1982, Stuper pitched a complete game as the Cardinals defeated the Milwaukee Brewers, 13–1, in the sixth game of the 1982 World Series to tie the series at three games each. Stuper retired thirteen batters in a row, tying a rookie record set by Dickey Kerr for the White Sox in 1919. The Cardinals won the seventh game the following day by a score of 6–3.

Cincinnati Reds

On September 9, 1984 he was traded by the St. Louis Cardinals to the Cincinnati Reds for Paul Householder.[1]

Montreal Expos

On December 19, 1985 he was traded with Dann Bilardello, Andy McGaffigan, and Jay Tibbs to the Montreal Expos for Bill Gullickson and Sal Butera, but never played a game for the Expos.

Career Statistics

Stuper was listed by Sports Illustrated as among the 10 best performances by a rookie pitcher in the history of post-season play[2] for his Game 6 complete game.

32 28 111 76 9 1 495 528 218 191 3.96 1.436 14

162-game averages

11 10 40 27 3 0 180 192 79 69 3.96 1.436 5

In 1983 Stuper finished 9th in the National League with 8 wild pitches.[3] His lifetime batting average was .112 (15/134).

Coaching career


Stuper is currently the head coach for the Yale Bulldogs baseball team. The 13th Yale head coach, Stuper has led the Elis to three Red Rolfe Division titles and two league championships. His 1993 squad was his best, winning a school-record 33 games, earning an NCAA Regional appearance, and setting numerous school records, including 160 stolen bases in 44 games. He earned 1993 New England Division I Coach of the Year and Northeast Region Division I Coach of the Year honors. His Ivy League conference record at Yale is 237–261, and he's the winningest coach in school history with an overall record of 535–610.[2]

Head coaching records

The following is a table of Stuper's yearly records as an NCAA Division I head baseball coach.[4][5][6]

Statistics overview
Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Yale Bulldogs (Ivy League) (1993–present)
1993 Yale 33–11 16–4 1st (Rolfe) Central I Regional
1994 Yale 24–19 14–6 1st (Rolfe) Ivy League Championship Series
1995 Yale 23–20 13–7 1st (Rolfe) Ivy League Championship Series
1996 Yale 24–18 11–9 2nd (Rolfe)
1997 Yale 24–19 16–4 2nd (Rolfe)
1998 Yale 21–21 11–9 2nd (Rolfe)
1999 Yale 16–29 6–14 4th (Rolfe)
2000 Yale 13–31 3–17 4th (Rolfe)
2001 Yale 12–22 6–14 4th (Rolfe)
2002 Yale 12–27 5–15 4th (Rolfe)
2003 Yale 16–24 6–14 4th (Rolfe)
2004 Yale 19–20 11–9 3rd (Rolfe)
2005 Yale 23–17 10–10 3rd (Rolfe)
2006 Yale 26–19 11–9 4th (Rolfe)
2007 Yale 16–27 8–12 3rd (Rolfe)
2008 Yale 20–24–1 9–10–1 2nd (Rolfe)
2009 Yale 13–24 7–13 4th (Rolfe)
2010 Yale 21–22–1 8–12 4th (Rolfe)
2011 Yale 23–19 11–9 2nd (Rolfe)
2012 Yale 13–31 5–15 4th (Rolfe)
2013 Yale 13–25 10–10 2nd (Rolfe)
2014 Yale 19–22 11–9 T-1st (Rolfe) Rolfe Division Playoff
2015 Yale 15–23 6–14 T-3rd (Rolfe)
2016 Yale 19–28–1 11–9 T-1st (Rolfe) Ivy League Championship Series
2017 Yale 34–18 16–4 1st (Rolfe) NCAA Regional
2018 Yale 22–20 15–6 1st Ivy League Championship Series
2019 Yale 18–23 12–8 3rd
2020 Yale 3–7 0–0 Season canceled due to COVID-19
Yale: 535–610–2 268–272–1
Total: 535–61003–2

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

See also


  1. ^ The St. Louis Cardinals Monday said pitcher John Stuper...
  2. ^ a b Player Bio: John Stuper :: Baseball
  3. ^ 1983 National League Expanded Leaderboards
  4. ^ "Ivy League Baseball Record Book 2011–2012" (PDF). Ivy League. Archived from the original (PDF) on March 6, 2013. Retrieved March 6, 2013.
  5. ^ "2012 Ivy League Baseball Standings". Archived from the original on March 2, 2013. Retrieved March 2, 2013.
  6. ^ "2012 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship Record Book" (PDF). NCAA. p. 13. Archived from the original (PDF) on March 16, 2013. Retrieved March 16, 2013.

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