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Dick Pole

+ Played in Major Leagues 1973-1978
Positions: P-153
Proper Name: Richard Henry Pole
Born: October 13, 1950 (64.142) in Trout Creek, Michigan
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 210 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Ewen-Trout Creek (Ewen,MI)
College: University of Washington , Northern Michigan University
Drafted: 1978 -- Signed as free agent by Seattle Mariners
MLB Debut:August 3,1973 (22.294)
TBC Player ID:16700
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Organizations:BOS, SEA, PIT, DET
Signed by:Maurice Deloff
Relationship(s):Uncle of Hank Pole

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  • The list of games below involve those where this player has accomplished at least one of a pre-defined list of feats or milestones throughout his career.
  • Batting and Pitching Feats may not always be a positive accomplishment. Outlying negative performances may also be highlighted.
  • Pitching Feats and Milestones for Dick Pole
    Game DateTeamOppResultDecNoteIPHRERHRBBSOWPBKHBTBFPitchesStrBalStr%Career GCareer W-LFeat Description
    BOSBALL 2-8 @BALL  3.2106601200019660100%10-11st career game
    BOSCALW 14-8 vs CALW  5.273312100023000--31-11st career win
    BOSDETW 7-2 @DETSv  420001100014000--264-21st career save
    BOSCHAW 4-0 vs CHAWSHO930003800032000--325-3Complete game/Shutout, 3-hitter
    Batting Feats and Milestones for Dick Pole
    Game DateTeamOppResultABRH2B3BHRRBISBCSBBSOHBPIBBSHSFGDPC-G#Notes
    BOSOAKL 3-6 vs OAK000000000000000011st career game

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