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  • Christy Mathewson
  • Christy Mathewson
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  • Christopher "Christy" Mathewson (* 12. August 1880 in Factoryville, Pennsylvania; † 7. Oktober 1925 in Saranac Lake, New York) war ein US-amerikanischer Baseballspieler und Manager. Mathewson spielte auf der Position des Pitchers und war unter den Spitznamen "Big Six", "The Christian Gentleman", oder "Matty" bekannt.
  • Young Indiana Jones believed him to be one of the best players ever, and treasured his baseball card highest in his collection. While teaching his friend and fellow runaway, Lev, how to play baseball in Russia, Jones pretended to be his idol Mathewson and was stunned when Tolstoy scored a home run on him.
  • Christopher "Christy" Mathewson (August 12, 1878 - October 7, 1925), nicknamed "The Big Six", "The Christian Gentleman", or "Matty", was a right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball. He played in what is known as the dead ball era and in 1936, was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame. He was one of its inaugural members. Christy and John N. Wheeler wrote Pitching in a Pinch, and the book was published in 1912.
  • Christy Mathewson was a major league baseball player and Hall of Famer.
  • Christopher "Christy" Mathewson (August 12, 1880 – October 7, 1925), nicknamed "Big Six", "The Christian Gentleman", or "Matty", was an American Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher. He was among the most dominant pitchers of his (or any) era and ranks in the all-time top-10 in major pitching categories such as wins, shutouts, and ERA. In 1936, Mathewson was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame as one of its "first five" inaugural members.
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Allegiances
  • New York Giants
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  • Christy Mathewson Baseball.jpg
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  • 1
  • Chemical Warfare Service
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Geburtsort
  • Factoryville , USA
STERBEORT
  • Saranac Lake , USA
STERBEDATUM
  • 1925-10-07
Alternativnamen
  • Mathewson, Christopher
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careerhighlights
  • * 373 career wins * 2.13 career era * 1.059 career whip * Won 20 games or more 13 times, won 30 games or more 4 times. * Pitched 79 shutouts * Won NL Pitcher's Triple Crown in 1905 and 1908
serviceyears
  • 1917
debutstadium
high school
Birth Date
  • 1880-08-12
Branch
  • 20
Deathplace
death place
throws
  • Rechts
  • Right
Name
  • Christy Mathewson
  • Christy Mathewson
  • Mathewson, Christy
  • Mathewson, Christy
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  • 4
  • --09-04
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  • center
Caption
  • 225
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  • 4
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  • center
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  • christy-mathewson
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  • 18
  • 290
  • 300
Birthdate
  • 1878-08-12
  • 1880-08-12
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  • Karriereende
Dead
  • dead
Character Name
  • Christy Mathewson
Alternative Names
  • Mathewson, Christopher; Big Six; The Christian Gentleman; Matty
Date of Death
  • 1925-10-07
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  • Strikeouts
  • Strikeouts
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Birth Place
hofvote
  • 907
  • 90.7
Title
mlb
  • 118422
KURZBESCHREIBUNG
  • US-amerikanischer Baseballspieler
College
Awards
  • * World Series Champion * 2* Pitcher's Triple Crown
death date
  • 1925-10-07
Rank
  • 20
playing teams
Allegiance
  • United States
Battles
Highlights
  • * World Series champion * 373 career wins * 2.13 career ERA * 1.058 career WHIP * .665 career Win-Loss percentage * Won 20 games or more 13 times, won 30 games or more 4 times. * Pitched 79 shutouts * Five sub-2.00 ERA seasons * 435 complete games out of 552 games started * Won NL Pitcher's Triple Crown in 1905 and 1908 * Five-time ERA champion * Five-time strikeout champion * Pitched two no-hitters. * Name honored by the Giants. * Major League Baseball All-Century Team
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  • Rechts
  • Right
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  • #FAF0E6
Deathdate
  • 1925-10-07
Place of Birth
  • Factoryville, Pennsylvania, United States
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  • 2.130000
Place of death
  • Saranac Lake, New York, United States
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Nicknames
  • Big Six, The Christian Gentleman, Matty
HOFer
  • HOFer
playing years
  • 1898
  • 1902
Years
  • 1916
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debutyear
  • 1900
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Profession
  • Professional Baseball Player
Geburtsdatum
  • 1880-08-12
BRM
  • mathew001chr
Career Highlights
  • * Pittsburgh Stars 1902 Championship team
stat4value
  • 79
hofdate
  • 1936
stat3value
  • 2502
  • 2507
Gender
  • Male
Position
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  • 1008235
Source
  • — Ogden Nash, Sport magazine
stat1value
  • 373
debutdate
  • 17
  • 1900-07-17
  • --07-17
Quote
  • In the form of an extra
  • M is for Matty,
  • Who carried a charm
  • brain in his arm.
Teams
  • Cincinnati Reds
  • New York Giants
  • As Player
  • Als Spieler * New York Giants * Cincinnati Reds Als Manager * Cincinnati Reds
  • As Player * New York Giants * Cincinnati Reds As Manager * Cincinnati Reds
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  • m/mathech01
Date of Birth
  • 1880-08-12
Death
  • 1925
Short Description
  • American Major League Baseball player, manager
finalteam
finalyear
  • 1916
Birth
  • 1880
inductiondate
  • 1936
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  • Christopher "Christy" Mathewson (August 12, 1880 – October 7, 1925), nicknamed "Big Six", "The Christian Gentleman", or "Matty", was an American Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher. He was among the most dominant pitchers of his (or any) era and ranks in the all-time top-10 in major pitching categories such as wins, shutouts, and ERA. In 1936, Mathewson was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame as one of its "first five" inaugural members. Mathewson grew up in Factoryville, Pennsylvania, and he began playing semi-professional baseball when he was 14 years old. He played in the minor leagues in 1899 with a pitching record of 20 wins and two losses. He then started an unsuccessful tenure with the New York Giants the next season but was sent back to the minors. Mathewson would eventually return to the Giants and go on to win 373 games in his career, which is a National League record. In the 1905 World Series, he pitched three shutouts, leading to a Giants victory. Mathewson never pitched on Sundays due to his Christian beliefs, lending to his nickname. The pitcher also played professional football for the Pittsburgh Stars for a short period of time before quitting. Mathewson served in World War I and died in Saranac Lake, New York of tuberculosis in 1925.
  • Christopher "Christy" Mathewson (* 12. August 1880 in Factoryville, Pennsylvania; † 7. Oktober 1925 in Saranac Lake, New York) war ein US-amerikanischer Baseballspieler und Manager. Mathewson spielte auf der Position des Pitchers und war unter den Spitznamen "Big Six", "The Christian Gentleman", oder "Matty" bekannt.
  • Young Indiana Jones believed him to be one of the best players ever, and treasured his baseball card highest in his collection. While teaching his friend and fellow runaway, Lev, how to play baseball in Russia, Jones pretended to be his idol Mathewson and was stunned when Tolstoy scored a home run on him.
  • Christopher "Christy" Mathewson (August 12, 1878 - October 7, 1925), nicknamed "The Big Six", "The Christian Gentleman", or "Matty", was a right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball. He played in what is known as the dead ball era and in 1936, was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame. He was one of its inaugural members. Christy and John N. Wheeler wrote Pitching in a Pinch, and the book was published in 1912.
  • Christy Mathewson was a major league baseball player and Hall of Famer.
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