John Milton Warhop, dit Jack Warhop, né le 4 juillet 1884 et mort le 4 octobre 1960, est un joueur de baseball américain de Ligue majeure ayant évolué au poste de lanceur, au sein du club des Yankees de New York, de 1908 à 1915.

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  • John Milton Warhop, dit Jack Warhop, né le 4 juillet 1884 et mort le 4 octobre 1960, est un joueur de baseball américain de Ligue majeure ayant évolué au poste de lanceur, au sein du club des Yankees de New York, de 1908 à 1915. Il est particulièrement connu pour avoir concédé à Babe Ruth, légende du baseball et jouant alors pour les Red Sox de Boston, les deux premiers coups de circuit de sa carrière.Jack Warhop a terminé sa carrière dans les ligues majeures avec un indicateur Victoires-Défaites de 69-92, une moyenne de points mérités de 3,12 et un total de 463 retraits. Il quitte les ligues majeures en 1915 et rejoint les Climbers de Richmond en Ligue internationale.Jack Warhop portait le surnom de « crabe » en raison de son lancer dit « sous-marin », type de lancer rare effectué à ras du sol.
  • John Milton Warhop (July 4, 1884 – October 4, 1960) was an American baseball pitcher who played eight seasons in Major League Baseball from 1908 to 1915 for the New York Highlanders/New York Yankees. He is best known for giving up Babe Ruth's first two career home runs.Considered by baseball insiders and historians as an unlucky pitcher, Warhop had a career 69–92 win–loss record, but with a 3.12 earned run average while playing for mostly second division Highlanders/Yankees teams. Of his 92 losses, the Yankees did not score a run in 23, and he holds the MLB record for losing the most 1–0 games with five in 1914. He was released after the 1915 season and played a number of seasons in minor league baseball and semi-professional teams until his late 40s or early 50s.Warhop had an underhand submarine delivery, which gave him the nickname "Crab". He was also known for his rather small size, which is a subject of some conflict, although most historians and statisticians agree that he measured between 5 feet, 8 inches, used by several historians like Marty Appel or 5 feet 9 inches, used by Baseball-Reference.com.
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  • John Milton Warhop, dit Jack Warhop, né le 4 juillet 1884 et mort le 4 octobre 1960, est un joueur de baseball américain de Ligue majeure ayant évolué au poste de lanceur, au sein du club des Yankees de New York, de 1908 à 1915.
  • John Milton Warhop (July 4, 1884 – October 4, 1960) was an American baseball pitcher who played eight seasons in Major League Baseball from 1908 to 1915 for the New York Highlanders/New York Yankees. He is best known for giving up Babe Ruth's first two career home runs.Considered by baseball insiders and historians as an unlucky pitcher, Warhop had a career 69–92 win–loss record, but with a 3.12 earned run average while playing for mostly second division Highlanders/Yankees teams.
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