Dutch Leonard


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Noun1.Dutch Leonard - United States writer of thrillers (born in 1925)
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Johnny and I made our way to the dugout and asked coach Dutch Leonard if we could shag flies.
PITCHER CAREER WINS 3 Cy Young 511 2 Christy Mathewson 373 2 Pud Galvin 365 2 Warren Spahn 363 7 Nolan Ryan 324 2 Randy Johnson 303 3 Bob Feller 266 2 Jim Bunning 224 2 Mark Buehrle 214 2 Roy Halladay 203 2 Adonis Terry 197 2 Allie Reynolds 182 3 Larry Corcoran 177 2 Virgil Trucks 177 2 Ken Holtzman 174 2 Bob Forsch 168 4 Sandy Koufax 165 2 Justin Verlander + 161 2 Ted Breitenstein 160 2 Addie Joss 160 2 Frank Smith 139 2 Dutch Leonard 139 2 Jim Maloney 134 2 Hideo Nomo 123 2 Carl Erskine 122 2 Johnny Vander Meer 119 2 Max Scherzer + 111 2 Tim Lincecum + 108 2 Don Wilson 104 2 Steve Busby 70 2 Jake Arrieta + 65 2 Homer Bailey + 58 2 Bill Stoneman 54 2 Al Atkinson 51
Other Red Sox starters with 2-0 records in World Series play are Rube Foster (1915), Dutch Leonard (1915, '16), Curt Schilling (2004, '07), and Luis Tiant (1975).
Regrettably, the circumstantial evidence indicates that the encounter--a 9-5 Detroit victory--was, as their accuser Dutch Leonard insisted, most likely a prearranged Motor City triumph.
One had identical ERAs: Dutch Leonard threw 9 innings of one-run ball in both cases.
Dutch Leonard clearly refutes the old adage, "Crime doesn't pay.
The only other Red Sox left-handers with 19 wins were Jesse Tannehill (1904-05), Ray Collins (1913-14), Dutch Leonard (1914), Babe Ruth (1916-17), Lefty Grove (1935) and Mel Parnell (1949 and 1953).