Grover Cleveland Alexander

Grover Cleveland Old Pete Alexander was an American professional baseball pitcher. He played the major league in baseball last 1950’s.

Grover Cleveland Alexander was born in Elba, Nebraska, on February 26, 1887 during the first term of US President Grover Cleveland.

Alexander made his debut in Philadelphia before the season 1911 City Series. Alexander defeated five innings, no-hit, no run baseball against the Athletics. He wanted to make it an official Major League debut on April 15, 1911  . He will be joined on the Phillies in the same year spectacle Bill Killefer, who later became a favorite of Alexander the receiver, catching him in 250 games.

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