Earl Yingling

Earl Hershey Yingling (October 29, 1888 – October 2, 1962) nicknamed "Chink", was a professional baseball pitcher. He played all or part of five seasons in Major League Baseball for the Cleveland Naps (1911), Brooklyn Dodgers (1912–13), Cincinnati Reds (1914) and Washington Senators (1918).

Yingling served in the military during World War I.

In 5 seasons he had a win-loss record of 25–34, 94 Games, 61 Games Started, 31 Complete Games, 5 Shutouts, 23 Games Finished, 568 Innings Pitched, 611 Hits Allowed, 280 Runs Allowed, 203 Earned Runs Allowed, 19 Home Runs Allowed, 141 Walks Allowed, 192 Strikeouts, 11 Hit Batsmen, 13 Wild Pitches, 2,390 Batters Faced, 1 Balk and a 3.22 ERA.

He died in Columbus, Ohio at the age of 83.

  1. ^ The ESPN Baseball Encyclopedia. Sterling Publishing. 2007. p. 1600. ISBN 1-4027-4771-3. 

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