Ellis Raymond Kinder Net Worth

Ellis Raymond Kinder Net Worth is
$1.4 Million

Ellis Raymond Kinder Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Ellis Raymond Kinder (July 26, 1914 – October 16, 1968), also nicknamed "Old Folks", was a Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher who played for the St. Louis Browns (1946–1947), Boston Red Sox (1948–55), St. Louis Cardinals (1956) and Chicago White Sox (1956–57). He was born in Atkins, Arkansas.Despite making his MLB debut as a 31-year-old rookie, Kinder had a reputable career. He is one of few pitchers in baseball history who won or saved a combined total of at least 200 games, and who were primarily starters for at least a third of their career.Kinder was among the best starting pitchers in the American League in 1949, going 23–6 and leading the league in shutouts (6) and a .793 winning percentage, with a 130 adjusted ERA. In fact, Kinder's ERA+ for his four years as a starter were 87, 117, 130 and 115. Then, in 1951, the Red Sox, desperate for a relief pitcher, moved him to the pen where he shined as the best reliever in the AL until 1955.In his 12-year career, Kinder compiled a 102–71 record with 749 strikeouts, a 3.43 ERA, 56 complete games, 10 shutouts, 102 saves, and 1479 innings pitched in 484 games.On 17 May 1947 a seagull flew over Fenway Park and dropped a three-pound smelt on Kinder while he was pitching for the St. Louis Browns. Nevertheless, Kinder beat Boston 4–2.Ellis Kinder died in Jackson, Tennessee, at the age of 54, after undergoing open-heart surgery.HighlightsTwice Top 10 MVP (1949, 1951)Twice led league in winning percentage (1949, 1951)Led league in shutouts (1949)Twice led league in games pitched (63, 1951; 69, 1953)Twice led league in saves (1951, 1953)Pitched a 10 scoreless relief win-game (1951)The Sporting News Pitcher of the Year (1949)

Date Of BirthJuly 26, 1914
Died1968-10-16
Place Of BirthAtkins, Arkansas, USA
Height6' (1.83 m)
Star SignLeo
#Fact
1Led the American League in saves in 1951 (14) and 1953 (27).
2Inducted into the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame in 2006.
3Led the American League in games pitched in 1951 (63) and 1953 (69).
4In 1949 led American League in winning percentage (.793; 23 wins, 6 losses) and shutouts (6).
5Made major league debut on 30 April 1946.
6Pitcher with the American League's St. Louis Browns (1946-1947), Boston Red Sox (1948-1955) and Chicago White Sox (1956[end]-1957); and the National League's St. Louis Cardinals (1956[start]).

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Prime 92011TV SeriesHimself
Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History2001Video documentaryHimself
Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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