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Rube Benton
Rube Benton Cracker Jack.jpg
Pitcher
Born: (1890-06-27)June 27, 1890
Clinton, North Carolina
Died: December 12, 1937(1937-12-12) (aged 47)
Dothan, Alabama
Batted: Left Threw: Left
MLB debut
June 28, 1910, for the Cincinnati Reds
Last MLB appearance
September 21, 1925, for the Cincinnati Reds
MLB statistics
Win–loss record150-144
Earned run average3.09
Strikeouts950
Teams

John Cleave "Rube" Benton (June 27, 1890 – December 12, 1937) was a pitcher, born in Clinton, North Carolina, for Major League Baseball's Cincinnati Reds (1910–15 and 1923–25) and New York Giants (1915–21).

He helped the Giants win the 1917 National League pennant and the 1921 World Series. Benton threw a shutout against the Chicago White Sox in Game 3 of the 1917 World Series, but was the losing pitcher in Game 6 on the final day of the Series.

Benton with the Reds in 1923
Benton with the Reds in 1923

He pitched for the Giants in the 1921 season but did not make an appearance in that World Series, which the Giants won in eight games over the crosstown Yankees.

In 15 seasons he had a 150–144 Win–Loss record, 437 Games, 305 Games Started, 145 Complete Games, 24 Shutouts, 83 Games Finished, 21 Saves, 2,517​13 Innings, 2,472 Hits Allowed, 1,115 Runs Allowed, 863 Earned Runs Allowed, 52 Home Runs Allowed, 712 Walks, 950 Strikeouts, 66 Wild Pitches, 10,539 Batters Faced, 6 Balks and a 3.09 ERA.

He died in an automobile accident in Dothan, Alabama.

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