Lou Koupal

Pitcher, Baseball Player

1898 – 1961

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Who was Lou Koupal?

Louis Laddie Koupal born in Tabor, South Dakota was a pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Brooklyn Robins, Philadelphia Phillies and St. Louis Browns.

He helped the Pirates win the 1925 World Series.

In 6 seasons he had a 10–21 Win-Loss record, 101 Games, 35 Games Started, 12 Complete Games, 40 Games Finished, 7 Saves, 335 ⅓ Innings Pitched, 436 Hits Allowed, 255 Runs Allowed, 208 Earned Runs Allowed, 23 Home Runs Allowed, 156 Walks Allowed, 87 Strikeouts, 5 Hit Batsmen, 11 Wild Pitches, 1,560 Batters Faced and a 5.58 ERA. He died in San Gabriel, California at the age of 62.

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Born
Dec 19, 1898
Tabor
Profession
Lived in
  • Tabor
Died
Dec 8, 1961
San Gabriel

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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