Tink Turner

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Tink Turner
Pitcher
Born:(1890-02-20)February 20, 1890
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
Died: February 25, 1962(1962-02-25) (aged 72)
Philadelphia
Batted: RightThrew: Right
MLB debut
September 24,  1915, for the  Philadelphia Athletics
Last MLB appearance
September 24,  1915, for the  Philadelphia Athletics
MLB statistics
Win–loss record 0-1
Strikeouts 0
Earned run average 22.50
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Thomas Lovatt "Tink" Turner (February 20, 1890 – February 25, 1962) was a Major League Baseball pitcher. He started one game for the Philadelphia Athletics in September 1915. In that game, Turner lasted just two innings, giving up 6 runs on five hits while taking the loss against the Chicago White Sox. After his playing career ended, Turner worked for the Athletics as a scout.

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