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Tex Carleton
TexCarletonGoudeycard.jpg
Pitcher
Born: (1906-08-19)August 19, 1906
Comanche, Texas
Died: January 11, 1977(1977-01-11) (aged 70)
Fort Worth, Texas
Batted: Switch Threw: Right
MLB debut
April 17, 1932 for the St. Louis Cardinals
Last MLB appearance
September 23, 1940 for the Brooklyn Dodgers
Career statistics
Win-Loss Record 100-76
ERA 3.91
Strikeouts 808
Teams
Career highlights and awards
  • Led NL in shutouts in 1936 with 4

James Otto "Tex" Carleton (August 19, 1906 – January 11, 1977) was a Major League Baseball pitcher from 1932 to 1940 for the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, and Brooklyn Dodgers. Carleton threw a no-hitter on April 30, 1940 when he was with the Dodgers. Only a year earlier he had been sold down to the minors and released.[1] His career marks were 100 wins, 76 loses and a 3.90 ERA.

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Achievements
Preceded by
Bob Feller
No-hitter pitcher
April 30, 1940
Succeeded by
Lon Warneke



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27 news items

 
MLB.com
Sun, 25 May 2014 14:46:51 -0700

James "Tex" Carleton tossed one in Cincinnati on April 30, 1940; Ed Head added one against Boston on April 23, 1946; and Rex Barney completed the trifecta on Sept. 9, 1948, against the New York Giants. There were three more no-hitters in the 1950s, ...
 
Daily Breeze
Thu, 19 Jun 2014 16:26:52 -0700

June 19, 1952: Carl Erskine, 5–0 vs. Chicago Cubs at Ebbets Field. Sept. 9, 1948: Rex Barney, 2–0 vs. New York Giants at Polo Grounds. April 23, 1946: Ed Head, 5–0 vs. Boston Braves at Ebbets Field. April 30, 1940: Tex Carleton, 3–0 vs. Cincinnati Reds ...
 
WHAM
Fri, 15 Aug 2014 09:20:31 -0700

The other nine-inning solo no-hitters for Rochester were tossed by George McConnell (1910), William Moore (1924), Tex Carleton (1929), Blix Donnelly (1943), Jack Collum (1952), Duke Markell (1955), Dave Vineyard (1966) and Wayne Garland (1974).
 
Statesman Journal
Wed, 18 Jun 2014 22:26:15 -0700

April 30, 1940, Tex Carleton at Cincinnati, 3-0. Sept. 13, 1925 (1st game), Dazzy Vance vs. Philadelphia, 10-1. Sept. 5, 1908 (2nd game), Nap Rucker vs. Boston, 6-0. July 20, 1906, Malcolm Eason at St. Louis, 2-0. June 22, 1891, Thomas Lovett vs. New ...

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InsideSTL (blog)
Mon, 02 Jun 2014 05:33:45 -0700

Bob Keely (1945). Jim Mallory (1945). John Antonelli (1944). Red Munger (1943-1944). Joe Orengo (1940). Frank Barrett (1939). Si Johnson (1936). Bill Walker (1934-1936). Tex Carleton (1932). Ongoing coverage of #OSCARFEST continues this week .

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