Squire Potter

1902 –


Who is Squire Potter?

Robert "Squire" Potter was a Major League Baseball pitcher. Potter played in one game for the Washington Senators on August 7, 1921.

Entering the game in the 7th inning with the Senators trailing 3-1, Potter's first eight pitches were called balls, and he eventually finished the game yielding nine runs on eleven hits, four walks and a wild pitch in three innings of relief. The Senators lost the game 22-2. According to reporters covering the game, three Indians baserunners allowed themselves to be caught stealing, and one batter stretched a double into an out at third base.

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Mar 18, 1902
Lived in
  • Flatwoods

on July 23, 2013


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