James Niels Peterson
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 0", Weight: 200 lb.
Born: August 18, 1908 in Philadelphia, PA
School: University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA)
Signed by the Philadelphia Athletics as an amateur free agent in 1931. (Date given is approximate. Exact date is uncertain.)(All Transactions)
Debut: July 9, 1931 (Age 22.325, 6,191st in MLB history)
vs. NYY 1.0 IP, 0 H, 1 SO, 0 BB, 0 ER
Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1933 season [*]
Teams (by GP): Athletics/Dodgers 1931-1937
Last Game: April 30, 1937 (Age 28.255)
vs. NYG 2.0 IP, 3 H, 3 SO, 0 BB, 2 ER
Died: April 8, 1975 in Palm Beach, FL
Buried: Our Lady Queen of Peace Cemetery, Royal Palm Beach, FL
About biographical information
Career Home Runs Allowed
For all seasons after 1973, the play-by-play data is complete (summary of missing data for
). For some games from 1954 to 1973, we do not have
Jim Peterson: 9 Career Home Runs Allowed
0 leading off,
0 go ahead,
9 lacking some details (For more accurate walk-off HR totals, see the Batting Event Finder)
|Gms w/ this # = 0|
are not shown.
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