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Paul Leo Emile Calvert
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 185 lb.
- Debut September 24, 1942
- Final Game May 6, 1951
- Born October 6, 1917 in Montreal, QC CAN
- Died February 1, 1999 in Sherbrooke, QC CAN
 Biographical Information
A bespectacled right-hander from Montreal, Paul Calvert was first in pro ball in 1938 with his hometown team in the International League. He came up with the Cleveland Indians in 1942 after pitching well in winning 17 games for the Wilkes-Barre Barons of the Eastern League. He worked out of the Indians bullpen from 1942 until 1945, making 35 appearances in 1944.
After three years in the International League with the Baltimore Orioles and the Toronto Maple Leafs, he was back as a starter for the 1949 Senators. In 1949, he went 6-17, also losing 14 in a row, which is the fourth-longest losing streak in American League history (through 2008). He led the League in losses.
Calvert was 2-2 with a 6.31 ERA with the Detroit Tigers in 1950 and in one final game in 1951. He was 9-22 overall in the major leaguers. While pitching for the Seattle Rainiers in the Pacific Coast League in 1951 he threw a no-hitter against the Sacramento Solons.
Baseball Players of the 1950s