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Bob Kline from the Chronology
Dec 12, 1933 - Connie Mack is still selling. First he sells Lefty Grove‚ the A's top winner in each of the past 5 seasons‚ along with Max Bishop‚ and Rube Walberg to the Boston Red Sox for $125‚000 and two players‚ pitcher Bob Kline and infielder Rabbit Warstler. Then George Earnshaw and recently acquired backstop Johnny Pasek go to the White Sox for $20‚000 and catcher Charlie Berry. Berry once led the NFL in scoring and will become a ML umpire in the 1940s.
Oct 1, 1933 - Babe Ruth attracts 25000 fans to the Stadium as he takes the mound against the Red Sox. The Babe hits a 5th inning HR and takes a 6-0 lead into the 6th inning then hangs on for a 6-5 complete-game win. The Yankees back the Babe with 18 outfield putouts. Today is his last pitching appearance and he finishes his Yankee pitching career at 5-0. Bosox hurler Bob Kline takes the loss. Ruth now has 10 winning seasons in 10 years as a pitcher a mark that will be matched in 2004 by Andy Pettitte.
Jun 27, 1932 - Mule Haas hits a 7th inning grand slam in game 2 as the A's beat the Red Sox 9-4 breaking open a pitching duel between Tony Frietas and Bob Kline. For Mule it is his 2nd grand slam in 7 days. Philadelphia also takes the opener 15-8 behind Earnshaw. In game 1 Chicago is paced by Bob Johnson who hits 2 homers including a grand slam.