- Bats Right, Throws Left
- Height 5' 10", Weight 200 lb.
- Debut April 25, 1943
- Final Game May 17, 1944
- Born October 30, 1913 in Winnfield, LA USA
- Died April 27, 1987 in Coal Run, OH USA
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.