Murphy Currie

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Archibald Murphy Currie

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Biographical Information[edit]

Archibald Murphy Currie had some success in his brief time in the big leagues, posting an ERA of 1.88 in his 6 games with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1916. The team's overall ERA was 3.14, so he was a lot better. However, he did give up 9 walks in 14 1/3 innings. Nevertheless, he had the lowest ERA on the team. In spite of that, he never pitched in the majors after 1916.

Currie was two years older than the team's young star, Rogers Hornsby.

As of 2019, the minor league database does not show him pitching after 1916, although there were a variety of minor leaguers identified as only "Currie" who played in that general time period.

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