Tag: Carl Bouldin

Sep 17

This Date in Washington Senators History – Porterfield Wins 21st game

September 17 1916 – The Browns George Sisler wins his final game as a pitcher, besting Walter Johnson, 1-0, in St. Louis. Sisler will become St. Louis’ regular first sacker in 1917. 1923 – It’s two wins in a single day for the Big Train. In home twinbill against St. Louis, Johnson relieves in the …

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Jul 07

Senators’ Carl Bouldin was two sport standout

Carl Bouldin, who pitched for the Washington Senators in the early 1960s, is one of the nearly 900 retired baseball players who don’t receive pensions from Major League Baseball. While his career in The Show wasn’t especially memorable, what a lot of fans may not know is that he was also a member of the …

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