Harry Franklin Sallee (Scatter)
- Bats Right, Throws Left
- Height 6' 3", Weight 180 lb.
- Debut April 16, 1908
- Final Game September 20, 1921
- Born February 3, 1885 in Higginsport, OH USA
- Died March 23, 1950 in Higginsport, OH USA
Slim Sallee, a long-time National League pitcher mostly in the dead-ball era, pitched against the Chicago White Sox in both the 1917 World Series and the 1919 World Series. Not surprisingly, his ERA was much better in the 1919 Series.
In 1919 he would win 21 games while striking out just 24 batters in 227.7 innings. It's the lowest strike out total for anyone winning 20+ games in a season.
Prior to the majors Slim played for Meridian, Birmingham and Williamsport. After the majors he played for Toledo.
After baseball he ran businesses in Higginsport, OH.
- 3-time NL Saves Leader (1912, 1914 & 1917)
- 15 Wins Seasons: 6 (1911-1914, 1917 & 1919)
- 20 Wins Seasons: 1 (1919)
- 200 Innings Pitched Seasons: 8 (1909, 1911-1915, 1917 & 1919)
- Won two World Series with the Cincinnati Reds (1919) and the New York Giants (1921; he did not play in the World Series)