Luque, Adolfo

Born: Aug 04, 1890 AD
Died: 1957 AD, at 66 years of age.

Nationality: Cuban
Categories: Baseball Player

1890 - Born on the 4th of August.

1914 - Luque debuted with the Boston Braves.

1918 - He was traded to the Cincinnati Reds, with whom he would play the next 12 seasons.

1919 - In the notorious World Series, he worked primarily as a relief pitcher.

1920 - Luque became a starting pitcher.

1930-1931 - Luque also played for the Brooklyn Robins/Dodgers.

1932 - With the New York Giants.

1933 - He was with the Giants in the World Series, and, pitching in relief, won the 5th and final game over the Washington Senators.

         - He ended his career with a record of 194-179 and a 3.24 ERA.

1936 - Luque served as pitching coach of the Giants.

1957 - Died on the 3rd of July.

1967 - Luque was inducted into the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame.
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