John Burrows

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John Burrows

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John Burrows pitched during wartime in the majors in 1943 and 1944, seeing most of his action in 1943 with the Chicago Cubs. He closed 12 games with 2 saves, third on the team behind Ray Prim and Hank Wyse, both of whom finished 14 games. Burrows was a 29-year-old rookie in 1943, making 30 total appearances in the bigs with an 0-3, 5.61 record. He pitched in 1935 for Alexandria in the Evangeline League, going 14-17. He also pitched for Nashville after being with the Cubs in 1944.

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