Edward Miguel Garcia dit Mike Garcia, né le 17 novembre 1923 à San Gabriel (Californie) et décédé le 13 janvier 1986 à Fairview Park (Ohio), est un ancien joueur américain de baseball ayant évolué en Ligue majeure de baseball de 1948 à 1961.

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  • Edward Miguel Garcia dit Mike Garcia, né le 17 novembre 1923 à San Gabriel (Californie) et décédé le 13 janvier 1986 à Fairview Park (Ohio), est un ancien joueur américain de baseball ayant évolué en Ligue majeure de baseball de 1948 à 1961.
  • Edward Miguel "Mike" Garcia (November 17, 1923 – January 13, 1986), nicknamed "Big Bear" and "Mexican Mike", was an American right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball (MLB). Garcia grew up on a ranch in California and entered minor league baseball at the age of 18. After one season, he joined the U.S. Army and served for three years. Following his military discharge, Garcia returned to baseball. He was promoted to the MLB in 1948. He played 12 of his 14 major league seasons for the Cleveland Indians. From 1949 to 1954, Garcia joined Bob Lemon, Early Wynn, and Bob Feller on the Indians' "Big Four" pitching staff. Historians consider the "Big Four" to be one of the greatest starting pitching rotations in baseball history. During those six seasons with the "Big Four", Garcia compiled a record of 104 wins against 57 losses. He had two 20-win seasons and led the American League (AL) in earned run average (ERA) and shutouts twice each.Garcia's best season came in 1954 when the Indians won a league record 111 games. Baseball historian Stephen Lombardi said that Garcia may have been the best AL pitcher that year. Garcia remained with the Indians until 1959, but never duplicated the success he had achieved in 1954. In his last five seasons with Cleveland, he finished with losing records three times. After leaving the Indians, Garcia spent a season with the Chicago White Sox and a season with the Washington Senators.Garcia retired from the MLB in 1961. He developed diabetes within a few years and suffered from kidney disease and heart problems until his death. Garcia died outside of Cleveland at the age of 62 and was buried in his home state of California. He was the only member of the "Big Four" not elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame, but he has been included on a list of the 100 Greatest Indians and has been inducted into the Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame. Baseball experts and former teammates have commented on Garcia's overpowering pitching, his fine control and his low earned run average.
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  • Edward Miguel Garcia dit Mike Garcia, né le 17 novembre 1923 à San Gabriel (Californie) et décédé le 13 janvier 1986 à Fairview Park (Ohio), est un ancien joueur américain de baseball ayant évolué en Ligue majeure de baseball de 1948 à 1961.
  • Edward Miguel "Mike" Garcia (November 17, 1923 – January 13, 1986), nicknamed "Big Bear" and "Mexican Mike", was an American right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball (MLB). Garcia grew up on a ranch in California and entered minor league baseball at the age of 18. After one season, he joined the U.S. Army and served for three years. Following his military discharge, Garcia returned to baseball. He was promoted to the MLB in 1948.
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