From BR Bullpen
Leon Joseph Cadore
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 1", Weight 190 lb.
- School Gonzaga University
- High School Sandpoint High School
- Debut April 28, 1915
- Final Game August 10, 1924
- Born November 20, 1891 in Chicago, IL USA
- Died March 16, 1958 in Spokane, WA USA
 Biographical Information
Prior to embarking on a pro career, he played at Gonzaga University from 1906 to 1908 (although that would mean he started there at age 14 or 15). He became the first player from the school to make it to the majors when he joined Brooklyn in 1915, going 0-2 with a 5.57 ERA in 7 games. With the Montreal Royals the following year, he won 25 games to lead the International League.
Cadore went 13-13 with a 2.45 ERA in 37 appearances with Brooklyn in 1917 but missed most of the following season while serving in the Army in World War I. He returned to win 14 games for the Robins in 1919 and a career-best 15 games the following summer. On May 1st of the latter year, he pitched 26 innings in a game against the Boston Braves. He gave up just 1 run and 15 hits while striking out 7 before the game finally called on account of darkness (and scored as a tie). Opposing pitcher Joe Oeschger also went the distance. It is said that Cadore faced 96 batters and spent the next 36 hours in bed. The Robins played in the 1920 World Series against the Cleveland Indians, and Cadore started Game 4. However, he gave up 2 earned runs in just 1 inning and took the loss to Stan Coveleski.
 Notable Achievements
- 15 Wins Seasons: 1 (1920)
- 200 Innings Pitched Seasons: 4 (1917 & 1919-1921)
 Records Held
- Most at bats, game (extra innings), 86, May 1, 1920
- Most batters faced, game (extra innings), 96, May 1, 1920