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George W. Case III

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WW II era major league baseball history - questions about specific WWII era players, stadiums, life in the major leagues, teams, impact of major league baseball upon American society during WWII (FDR's "Green Light" letter to the then Commissioner of Baseball) and the relationship of President Roosevelt with Washington Senators owner Clark Griffith in an effort to keep baseball "alive" during the darkest days of WWII.

Tom Schott

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I will deal with the major leagues only from 19th century to present. I`m good on baseball history, records, statistics, ballparks. I don't do off-the-field stuff. Please if you already know the answer to the question, please don't ask it. I don't want to play "stump the expert."

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2014-10-02 ERA rules in mlb:

Craig,    The outing does affect his ERA for the season and his career because that earned run is still going to be charged to him in his totals. Baseball-Reference.com gives the pitcher's ERA as "inf"

2014-10-02 ERA rules in mlb:

Craig,      Right, he gets credit for no innings pitched. Since the formula for ERA is  (Earned runs/innings pitched) x 9, his ERA for this outing is mathematically: 0.00. But in actuality, his pitcher

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