Calvin Grey Hogue
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Cal Hogue, who pitched in 25 games in the major leagues, died on Aug. 5, 2005 in Kettering, Ohio.
Hogue was 2-10 in his major league career with a 4.91 ERA in 113.2 innings pitched. He pitched for the Pirates from 1952-1954.
He made his major league debut with Pittsburgh in 1952, pitching 83.2 innings in 19 games. He posted a 1-8 record in 12 starts. He pitched three complete games.