Jake Freeze

Pitcher, Baseball Player

1900 – 1983

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Who was Jake Freeze?

Carl Alexander "Jake" Freeze was a Major League Baseball pitcher who appeared in two games for the Chicago White Sox in July 1925. The 5 ft 8 in, 150 lb. right-hander was a native of Huntington, Arkansas.

Both of Freeze's major league appearances were on the road against the St. Louis Browns at Sportsman's Park. On July 1 and July 2 he pitched a total of 3.2 innings in relief and allowed seven runs, but only one of them was an earned run, so his lifetime ERA stands at 2.45.

His manager was future Hall of Famer Eddie Collins. Other notable teammates who would one day be members of the Baseball Hall of Fame were Red Faber, Harry Hooper, Ted Lyons, and Ray Schalk.

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Born
Apr 25, 1900
Arkansas
Profession
Lived in
  • Arkansas
Died
Apr 9, 1983

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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