Hugh Bedient

Hugh Bedient
Hugh Bedient

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Falconer's Hugh Bedient pitched for the Boston Red Sox from 1912-14 and compiled a 58-53 record with a 3.08 ERA. His rookie year of 1912 was Bedient's best when he compiled an 20-9 record and 2.92 ERA. That same season he faced Christy Mathewson of the New York Giants in the third game of the World Series and defeated him 3-2 on a three-hitter. He also faced Mathewson in the seventh game and was taken out after seven innings with the score tied 1-1. Boston went on to win the game in 10 innings 3-2.

He spent the 1914-15 seasons with Buffalo of the Federal League and finished his career with Toledo of the International League. The New York Yankees offered him a contract for the 1918 season, but Bedient was drafted and after World War I his career was over.

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Of Special Interest

Hugh Bedient's son, Hugh Jr. has a story as well, and it is shared on the website Baseball's Greatest Sacrifice.

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