RHP 1918, 28-29, 31-32 Giants, Browns , Reds
Brothers Jack and Curly Ogden came from Swarthmore College to the major leagues.
En route, however, Jack got stuck in the International League, becoming the star
pitcher of seven successive Baltimore champions (1919-25), and winning 191 games.
His years with Baltimore were lucrative, though, due to high salaries and Little
World Series shares.
|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» August 4, 1931:
The Reds finally score, but lose to the Cubs, 4–2, in the first of two. Guy Bush beats Larry Benton. Chicago takes the nitecap, 7–3, behind Les Sweetland as Jack Ogden is pinned with the loss. Rookie OF Vince Barton has five hits in the two games, including a pair of homers in game 2.