Dubuc twice won 17 games for Detroit, and in 1919 led the NL with six relief victories.
Used 93 times as a pinch hitter, he belted two homers during the dead ball season
of 1913. His career ended when he was banned for life in connection with the Black
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»June 25, 1908: The Cincinnati Reds debut two college twirlers, Jean Dubuc of Notre Dame and Bert Sincock from Michigan. Dubuc starts and Sincock relieves him. Unimpressed by the degrees, the Cubs trounce the pair by the score of 7-0 (as noted by Richard Thompson).
»July 27, 1914:
The Athletics win their 12th consective game, beating host Detroit, 8–3, and scoring 3 runs in the first inning without a hit. Jean Dubuc hits 2 A’s batters, makes a throwing error, and his teammates chip in with 2 errors to give Philadelphia the 3 runs. Frank Baker has 3 hits including a double and triple to back Herb Pennock's pitching. Detroit will beat Philadelphia tomorrow.