Dennis Ward Galehouse
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 1", Weight: 195 lb.
Born: December 7, 1911 in Marshallville, OH
High School: Doylestown HS (Doylestown, OH)
( All Transactions) Debut: April 30, 1934 (Age 22)
vs. CHW 1.0 IP, 2 H, 0 SO, 1 BB, 2 ER Teams (by GP): Browns/Indians/RedSox 1934-1949 Final Game: May 3, 1949 (Age 37)
vs. DET 0.0 IP, 1 H, 0 SO, 1 BB, 0 ER
Died: December 12, 1998 in Doylestown, OH Buried: Chestnut Hills Cemetery, Doylestown, OH
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News -- February 2014
2/14 The Pesky Pole: 1948 Boston Red Sox Simulation: I finally finished Summer of '49 by the great David Halberstam. The book opens though with details of the 1948 season and ...
2/4 Padres Public: Team Awards: Minor League Level
Player of the Year – awarded annually to the top offensive player among all the Padres Minor League teams
Pitcher ... News -- January 2014
1/29 Did the Tribe Win Last Night? (1948): Lemon Shuts Down Sox and Regains First Place; Indians 9, Red Sox 0: Every time it looks like it could be the end of the road for the Cleveland Indians they seem to come back stronger. After a devastating ...
1/3 Did the Tribe Win Last Night? (1948): Boston Comes Back, Continues to Roll; Red Sox 8, Indians 7: July 30, 1948 Maybe nothing can stop the Boston Red Sox. Six runs in the first inning by the Cleveland Indians wasn’t enough ... News -- November 2013
11/18 Did the Tribe Win Last Night? (1948): Tribe Ready to Rock against Red Sox on Eve of the Trade Deadline: June 14, 1948 The first place Cleveland Indians, fresh off of an outstanding 8-3 East Coast road trip, are heading home to start ... News -- October 2013
10/1 Did The Tribe Win Last Night?: Once Again, it All Comes Down to One Game: For the first time in 65 years, it all comes down to one game for the Indians. In 1954, the Indians blew away the competition, ... News -- September 2013
9/27 Indians Baseball Insider: A one and done playoff, the Indians have been here before: In 2012, MLB implemented a one game playoff between the first and second wild card teams to see who would compete in the playoffs. ... News -- May 2013
5/15 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: This Date in Washington Senators History – Watty Lee pitches first ever American League Shutout: May 15 1901 - The first ever shutout in American League history belongs to Washington. Watty Lee blanks the Boston Americans 4-0 ... News -- October 2012
10/4 Baseball Musings: Denny Galehouse Moment: Buck Showalter is starting Joe Saunders in the wild card game against Texas. In six career starts at this park, Saunders has never ... News -- May 2012
5/21 James Smyth Broadcast: All-Time Bluefield Team - Ken McBride: Next up on the All-Time Bluefield-to-the-Bigs Team is Ken McBride. A three-time All-Star whose career was derailed by injuries, ...
5/15 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: This Date in Washington Senators History – Watty Lee pitches first ever American League Shutout: May 15 1901 - The first ever shutout in American League history belongs to Washington. Watty Lee blanks the Boston Americans 4-0 ... News -- March 2012
3/30 Did The Tribe Win Last Night?: Parnell and 1948 Indians Forever Tied Together: By Vince Guerrieri To fans in Boston and the Bronx, Mel Parnell was known as a Yankee-killer. He won 15 games against ... News -- September 2011
9/24 Baseball Musings: Curse of the Bam-Theo: A commenter left this in regards to the Red Sox collapse: David, could this be the Adrian Gonzalez curse? I don’t believe ... News -- May 2011
5/23 B-R Blog: 5+ Career Games Since 1919 With 1 IP Or Less & 5+ ER Allowed: Since 1919, how many pitchers have 5 or more games in their career where they lasted 1 inning or less in the game and allowed ... News -- April 2011
4/11 B-R Blog: 1500+ IP After 1932 With ERA+ 100+ & Never An All-Star: How many pitchers had 1,500 IP after 1932 with an ERA+ of 100 or better in their career and never made an All-Star team? Here's ...