Raymond Earl Moss
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Ray Moss, a pitcher who won 22 games in the major leagues, died on Aug. 9, 1998 in Chattanooga, Tenn. He was 96.
He finished his career with a 22-18 record in 112 games. He recorded 2 saves and 109 strikeouts, compiling a 4.95 ERA in 416 innings pitched.
He made his debut with the Dodgers in 1926 and pitched for the team for five seasons before finished with the Braves.
He was 20-12 for the Dodgers between the 1928 and 1929 seasons, but he posted an ERA of more than 5.00 in each of those years.
After his retirement from baseball, he returned to Chattanooga, Tenn. He opened Ray Moss Farms and built a dairy plant that eventually became known as Golden Gallon.
Source: Associated Press obituary