Dave Baldwin (baseball)

Dave Baldwin
Dave Baldwin with the Senators in 1968.jpg
Dave Baldwin in 1968
Born: (1938-03-30) March 30, 1938 (age 79)
Tucson, Arizona
Batted: RightThrew: Right
MLB debut
September 6, 1966, for the Washington Senators
Last MLB appearance
August 7, 1973, for the Chicago White Sox
MLB statistics
Win-loss record6-11
Earned run average3.08
  • Washington Senators (1966-1969)
  • Milwaukee Brewers (1970)
  • Chicago White Sox (1973)


MLB debut Sept 6, 1966, for the Washington Senators Last MLB appearance August 7, 1973, for the Chicago Light Sox MLB statistics Gain–loss record 6–11 Earned work typical 3.08 Strikeouts 164 Saves 23 Groups Washington Senators (1966–1969) Milwaukee Brewers (1970) Chicago White Sox (1973) David George Baldwin (delivered March 30, 1938) can be an American previous professional baseball pitcher.

Life and career

Created in Tucson, Az, on March 30, 1938, Baldwin pitched for 3 years for the College or university of Az. In the 1959 University Globe Series he defeat Fresno Condition 5 to at least one 1 on the two-hitter and dropped the final video game from the series 5 to 3 to Oklahoma Condition. He signed using the Philadelphia Phillies in 1959 and pitched on three pennant winners in his 1st four many years of pro ball.Later on, he was a alleviation professional for the Washington Senators (1966–69), Milwaukee Brewers (1970), and Chicago White colored Sox (1973). In 176 video games he compiled an archive of 6 is victorious and 11 manages to lose, with 23 will save and a time of 3.08. The mixed batting typical of competitors against him was .234. In 1967, he rated 3rd in the American Little league and 5th in the main leagues (of pitchers with 10 or even more looks) with a time of just one 1.70. That time of year he rated 5th in the American Group for relief operates kept (11.8), ranked 7th in will save (12), and ranked 9th in pitching performances (58). In 1970, Baldwin led main group pitchers in range aspect per nine innings (a way of measuring fielding effectiveness) using a worth of 5.094, the seventh highest worth ever compiled.In 1974, Baldwin, at age 36, was the next oldest participant in both Pacific Coast Group as well as the American Association. Baldwin didn't commit one during his six-year main league profession and committed just three errors through the entire 16 years he performed professional football. But he was probably the most severe hitter in main league background. He attained the only bottom strike of his profession by defeating out a bunt.After he retired from baseball in 1974 he earned a Ph.D. in genetics and an M.S. in systems anatomist from the School of Az. He worked being a geneticist, engineer, and musician until his pension in 2003. Subsequently, he provides collaborated with various other researchers learning the physics, physiology, and mindset of baseball. Furthermore, he has released his football memoir, Snake Jazz, and (beneath the pencil name "DGB Featherkile") a assortment of his poetry, Limbic Hurly-Burly. A lot of his poems possess made an appearance in such publications as American Poetry Journal, Blue Unicorn, and Evansville Review. His poetry gained the Atlanta Review's 2007 International Publication Award and this year's 2009 Fluvanna Reward through the Lyric.Baldwin's painting "Fugue for the Pepper Players" is within the assortment of the Football Hall of Popularity in Cooperstown, NY, and was featured in Treasures from the Football Hall of Popularity by John Thorn (1998) pp. 188–189.Baldwin continues to be inducted in to the College or university of Arizona Sports activities Hall of Popularity (course of 2015) as well as the Pima Region, Arizona, Sports activities Hall of Popularity (course of 2011). He received the Professional Accomplishment Award through the College or university of Az Alumni Association in '09 2009.

Selected publications

Bahill, A. T. & Baldwin, D. G. (2007) "Explaining baseball pitch motion with right-hand guidelines", Computer systems in Biology and Medication, 37:1001–1008. Bahill, A.T. & Baldwin, D. G. (2004) "The increasing fastball and additional perceptual illusions of batters." In Biomedical Engineering Concepts in Sports activities. G. K. Hung and J. M. Pallis, eds. NY: Kluwer Academics / Plenum. pp. 257–287. Bahill, A. T., Baldwin, D. G., & Venkateswaran, J. (2005) "Predicting a baseball's route", American Scientist, 93(3):218-225. Baldwin, D. (2008) Snake Jazz. Philadelphia: Xlibris. Baldwin, D. G. (2001) "How exactly to earn the blame video game", Harvard Business Review, 79(7):55-62. Baldwin, D. G. and Bahill, A.T. (2004) "A style of the bat's vertical sweetness gradient." In The Engineering of Sport (5). M. Hubbard, R.D. Mehta, and J. M. Pallis, eds. Proceedings from the 5th International Executive of Sport Meeting, Sept 13–16, 2004, Davis, California, International Sports activities Executive Association (ISEA), Sheffield, UK, 2:305–311. Baldwin, D. G., Bahill, A.T., and Nathan, A. (2007) "Nickel and dime pitches", Football Study Journal, 35:25-29. Featherkile, DGB. (2009) Limbic Hurly-Burly: Poems of Laughter and Paradox. Yachats, Oregon: Stillman & Hyla. Mangan, R. L. and Baldwin, D. (1986) "A fresh cryptic types of Odontoloxozus (Neriidae: Diptera) in the cape area of Baja California Sur (Mexico)." Proceedings from the Entomological Culture of Washington (D.C.), 88:110-121. McBeath, M. K., Nathan, A. M., Bahill, A. T., and Baldwin, D.G. (2008) "Paradoxical pop-ups: Why are they tough to capture?" American Journal of Physics, 76(8):723-729.

Selected Solo Art Exhibits

Thousands of Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Thousands of Oaks, California (Apr.-May 1997). Grants or loans Move Museum of Artwork, Grants Move, Oregon (June–July 1997). R. Howard Dobbs School Center, Emory School, Atlanta (Nov. 1997). Sarratt Gallery, Vanderbilt School, Nashville, Tennessee (Jan.-Feb. 1998). Randall L. Jones Theater, Utah Shakespearean Celebration, Southern Utah School, Cedar Town, Utah (June-Aug. 1998).