Earl Eugene Huckleberry
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Earl Huckleberry, who finished his major league career with a perfect record in a single game, died on Feb. 25, 1999 in Seminole, Oklahoma.
His only game in the major leagues came on Sept. 13, 1935 when he was the starting pitcher for the Philadelphia Athletics. In that game, Huckleberry pitched 6.2 innings, allowing eight hits, seven earned runs, four walks and striking out two. Despite giving up seven runs, he was the winning pitcher in the game to finish his career with a 1-0 record.
He never appeared again in the majors.