Si Johnson Baseball player

Silas Kenneth Johnson (October 5, 1906 – May 12, 1994) was an American professional baseball player, a right-handed pitcher who appeared in 492 Major League games pitched over 17 seasons for the Cincinnati Reds (1928–36), St. Louis Cardinals (1936–38), Philadelphia Phillies (1940–43 and 1946) and Boston Braves (1946–47). He was born in Danway, near Ottawa, Illinois.He led the National League in Losses in 1931 (19) and 1934 (22). Johnson also led the National League in Earned Runs Allowed (125) in 1934.In 17 seasons he had a 101-165 Win-Loss record, 492 Games, 272 Games Started, 108 Complete Games, 13 Shutouts, 115 Games Finished, 15 Saves, 2,281 ⅓ Innings Pitched, 2,510 Hits Allowed, 1,226 Runs Allowed, 1,036 Earned Runs Allowed, 120 Home Runs Allowed, 687 Walks Allowed, 840 Strikeouts, 36 Hit Batsmen, 26 Wild Pitches, 9,903 Batters Faced, 3 Balks and a 4.09 ERA.He died in Sheridan, Illinois at the age of 87.

Personal facts

Birth dateOctober 05, 1906
Birth place
Illinois , LaSalle County Illinois
Date of deathMay 12, 1994
Place of death
Illinois

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Baseball player

Career startSeptember 11, 1928
Career endSeptember 25, 1947
batting sideRight
former teams
Atlanta Braves
Cincinnati Reds
position
Pitcher
teams
Atlanta Braves
Cincinnati Reds
Philadelphia Phillies
St. Louis Cardinals
throwing sideRight

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