Art Reinhart

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Arthur Conrad Reinhart

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Biographical Information[edit]

Art Reinhart pitched five seasons for the St. Louis Cardinals, with a .625 winning percentage. He also hit .301.

His brief obituary in the New York Times says he also pitched in the Texas League and other minor leagues.

He was rocked in the only post-season appearance of his career. He relieved Flint Rhem in the top of the fifth inning of Game 4 of the 1926 World Series on October 6, 1926, with the score tied at four. He allowed all five New York Yankees batters he faced to reach base before giving way to Hi Bell; four of them scored, to saddle Reinhart with the loss and an infinite earned run average. Nonetheless, Reinhart's St. Louis Cardinals went on to defeat the Yankees in seven games to win their first World Championship.

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Related Sites[edit]

Find-A-Grave Memorial for Art Reinhart