Harry Kinzy

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Harry Hersel Kinzy (Slim)

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Biographical Information[edit]

Harry "Slim" Kinzy pitched 13 games for the 1934 Chicago White Sox.

He was a bit wild, with 31 walks and 4 hit-batsmen in 34 innings, but his ERA of 4.98 was better than the team's 5.41. As a comparison, Ted Lyons had a 4.87 ERA that year.

Kinzy was at Texas Christian University in 1932-34 and made his major league debut on June 8, 1934. He was four years younger than teammate Luke Appling.

In 1935 he spent some time with St. Paul and Dallas.

Through 2019, the two other players whose last names start "Kinz" are Walt Kinzie and Matt Kinzer.

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