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Dave Stenhouse

Born: Sep 12, 1933

Birthplace: Westerly

Profession: Baseball player

Nationality: United States

Dave Stenhouse

Date of Birth : Sep 12, 1933
Birth Place : Westerly

David Rotchford Stenhouse is a former pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the Washington Senators from 1962 to 1964. Stenhouse batted and threw right-handed. Stenhouse attended Westerly High School, where he was captain of the school's basketball team; he was named Rhode Island athlete of the year after the 1950-51 season. Stenhouse played college baseball for the University of Rhode Island, and was an amateur free agent signing of the Chicago Cubs in 1955. He spent four years in the Cubs' farm system. His best year came in 1956 with the Lafayette Oilers, when he had a 16-4 win-loss record and a 1.92 earned run average in 26 games. After the 1958 season, the Cincinnati Redlegs picked him up from the Cubs' farm system. He spent two years with the Seattle Rainiers and one with the Jersey City Jerseys, finishing with a 39-37 record over the course of those three seasons. On December 15, 1961, Stenhouse and Bob Schmidt were traded to the Washington Senators for Johnny Klippstein and Marty Keough. He made the team's opening day roster, and through the first half of the season had a 6-3 record and was near the American League lead in ERA.

Profession


  • Baseball player
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