Tony Mullane

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September 4, 2013 by Elizabeth Metz

Mullane

Right-handed pitcher, 1886-1893. Inducted 2010.

Played for both the Cincinnati Reds of the American Association and the Cincinnati Reds of the National League.  Taught himself to throw left-handed when he suffered an injury to his right throwing arm and was the first player in MLB history to pitch both right- and left-handed in the same game.  Reds career leader in complete games (264 in 285 starts) and second in career wins.

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  1. […] to make unfounded accusations of game throwing against the AA Reds’ star pitcher and current Reds Hall of Famer Tony Mullane. After an investigation, Mullane was cleared of all charges and the league challenged the Enquirer […]

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