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Lefty Stewart from the Chronology
Dec 14, 1932 - The Senators swap Sammy West‚ Carl Reynolds‚ and Lloyd Brown‚ along with $20‚000‚ to the Browns for former Senator Goose Goslin‚ lefthander Walter "Lefty" Stewart‚ and OF Fred Schulte. They also get Earl Whitehill from Detroit for Firpo Marberry and Carl Fischer.
Aug 17, 1929 - Bobby Reeves hits a leadoff homer off Lefty Stewart for the only score of the game as the Red Sox edge the Browns 1-0. The next AL game in which a leadoff homer is the only score won't come until 1976.
Jul 21, 1928 - Jimmie Foxx hits the longest drive ever seen out of Shibe Park as the A's take two from St. Louis 8-2 and 7-3. The sweep increases their lead over the 3rd-place Browns to 10 games. Foxx's drive off Johnny Ogden clears the LF stands. Al Simmons adds a homer in the 9th to give Lefty Grove the win. In the nitecap 43-year-old Jack Quinn spits his way to his 13th win against just 4 losses. Joe Hauser and Jimmy Dykes hit roundtrippers off Lefty Stewart. In an unusual display of consistency every A's batter collects a hit in each game.
Jun 30, 1927 - Alphonse "Tommy" Thomas pitches a 5-1 win over the Browns the 6th time this season that the White Sox pitcher has beaten St. Louis. He last beat them on June 22. Lefty Stewart who gives up a homer to Earl Sheely in the 6th takes the loss.