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Spooner in 1955.
June 23, 1931|
Oriskany Falls, New York
|Died: April 10, 1984
Vero Beach, Florida
|Batted: Right||Threw: Left|
|September 22, 1954 for the Brooklyn Dodgers|
|Last MLB appearance|
|October 3, 1955 for the Brooklyn Dodgers|
|Earned run average||3.09|
|Career highlights and awards|
Signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers as an amateur free agent in 1951, Spooner would make his Major League Baseball debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers on September 22, 1954 and appeared in his final game on October 3, 1955 when he started game 6 of the 1955 World Series.
Spooner was considered by many in Major League Baseball to be the next superstar after his stellar rookie year of 1954. Although he only started two games on the mound for the Dodgers, Spooner, compiled two complete game shutouts, throwing all 18 innings, giving up 7 total hits and no runs. Spooner struck out 15 batters in his very first game, setting a Major League record. J. R. Richard would tie the record in 1971.
However, during spring training prior to the 1955 season, Spooner entered a game without warming up properly. A severe arm injury was the result, and Spooner would only appear in 29 more games in his career. Prior to the injury, Spooner yielded a fastball that ranged in the mid to high 90s.
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