Sterling Feore Slaughter, Jr. (born November 18, 1941) an American former professional baseball player who pitched for the Chicago Cubs of Major League Baseball in 1964. Slaughter stood 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 m) tall, weighed 165 pounds (75 kg) and graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in education in 1963.
The 1964 campaign was Slaughter's second professional season. In 1963, he had led the Double-A Texas League in earned run average (3.00). In 1964 he appeared in 20 Major League games played, six as a starting pitcher, and won two of six decisions, giving up 64 hits and 32 bases on balls in 51⅔ innings pitched. He also recorded 32 strikeouts.
Both of his wins came against the Milwaukee Braves, including a complete game, 5–2 victory at Milwaukee County Stadium on June 5. Slaughter gave up only one earned run on six hits and three walks, striking out eight.
- ^ a b Spink, C.C. Johnson, pub., 1965 Official Baseball Guide, St. Louis: The Sporting News, 1965, page 303
- ^ Retrosheet
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