Ed Barnowski

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Edward Anthony Barnowski

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Biographical Information[edit]

Ed Barnowski pitched well in two cups of coffee with the Baltimore Orioles in 1965 and 1966. The O's won the World Series in 1966, although he was not on the roster. In 1964, Ed had an ERA of 1.95 in 222 innings in the California League with the Stockton Ports. In 1965, he threw a no-hitter for the Elmira Pioneers. In 1966, he had 17 wins with the Rochester Red Wings, and was with Rochester again in 1967 and 1968, with a loan to the Richmond Braves for a spell the second year. He was with Rochester again in 1969, when his career was ended by a shoulder injury. From 1974-1976, Ed was general manager for Rochester, after having been in the front office from 1972-1973. Afterwards, he went to work for a sporting goods dealer. He retired in Naples, FL, where he died in 2017.

One source: Rochester history 1976

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