Tom Lovett

Tom Lovett

Infobox MLB retired
name=Tom Lovett

birthdate=December 7, 1863
city-state|Providence|Rhode Island
deathdate=death date and age|1928|3|19|1863|12|7
city-state|Providence|Rhode Island
debutdate=June 4
debutteam=Philadelphia Athletics
finaldate=July 9
finalteam=Boston Beaneaters
stat1label=Win-Loss record
*Philadelphia Athletics (by|1885)
*Brooklyn Bridegrooms/Grooms (by|1889–by|1891),(by|1893)
*Boston Beaneaters(by|1894)
*1889 American Association Championship
*1890 National League Championship

Thomas Joseph Lovett (December 07 1863 – March 19 1928) was an American Major League Baseball player who pitched a total of six season, mainly for the Brooklyn Bridegrooms of the American Association and the National League.

He made his debut on June 4, by|1885 for the Philadelphia Athletics in 1885. After pitching only 16 games, he didn't pitch in the Majors again until being signed by the Bridegrooms in by|1889. He played the final game of his career on July 9, by|1894 with Boston Beaneaters of the National League.

On June 22, by|1891, he pitched a no-hitter against the New York Giants, a 4-0 victory.

Lovett died at the age of 64 in his hometown of Providence, Rhode Island, and is interred at St. Ann Cemetery in Cranston, Rhode Island.

ee also

* List of Major League Baseball no-hitters
* Los Angeles Dodgers all-time roster

External links

* [ Baseball Almanac]
* [ Baseball Reference]

NAME = Lovett, Tom
ALTERNATIVE NAMES = Lovett, Thomas Joseph
SHORT DESCRIPTION = Major League Baseball player
DATE OF BIRTH = December 7, 1863
PLACE OF BIRTH = Providence, Rhode Island
DATE OF DEATH = March 19, 1928
PLACE OF DEATH = Providence, Rhode Island

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