Philip Donald Haugstad
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Phil Haugstad, a pitcher who appeared in 37 games in the major leagues, died on Oct. 21, 1998 in Black River Falls, Wis.
He finished his career with a 1-1 record and a 5.59 ERA in 56.1 innings pitched. He started two games in his career and he recorded 28 strikeouts.
He made his debut on Sept. 1, 1947 with Brooklyn and he pitched in six games that season. In 1948, he pitched in one inning for the Dodgers. He reappeared in the major leagues in 1951 with the Dodgers and pitched in 21 games, posting a 6.46 ERA.
In May 1952, the Reds claimed Haugstad off waivers from the Dodgers. He pitched in 12 innings that season and never appeared again in the major leagues.