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Date of Birth August 23, 1901
Date of Death July 2, 1985
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Profession Baseball Player
Horoscope Leo

Guy Bush Biography

Guy Bush is a famous American baseball player, who was born on August 23, 1901 in . According to Astrologers, Guy Bush's zodiac sign is Leo.

Guy Terrell Bush (August 23, 1901 – July 2, 1985) was an American right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball, nicknamed the Mississippi Mudcat.

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Bush played in the major leagues from 1923 to 1938 and again in 1945. The 6-foot-tall (1.83 m) pitcher played for the Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates, Boston Bees, St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds in his 17-year professional baseball career.

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Bush was originally drafted and signed by the Chicago Cubs in 1919 for $1,000. After attending the now defunct Tupelo Military Institute in Mississippi, Bush made his major league debut for the team that year on September 17, 1923. In his only game of the season, Bush came in the ninth inning and gave up one hit while striking out two. He returned with the Cubs the following season as a dual-duty starter and reliever. Bush pitched to a 2–5 record in sixteen games, half of which he started. He threw four complete games and finished four others. In 802⁄3 innings of work, he gave up 91 hits and 36 earned runs, and struck out 36 batters. In the following few seasons, Bush started to take a larger role as a reliever. Bush led the league in saves in 1925, with four, and again in 1929 when he had eight. He also led the league in relief wins that season and the following season.

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After finishing the 1926 campaign fourth in the league with a 2.86 earned run average in a primarily relief setting, Bush started more games than he relieved the following season. Despite giving up 79 walks while only striking out 62 batters, he had a 10–10 record on the year, with a 3.03 ERA. Bush started 22 of his 36 games, including a marathon on May 14, 1927, in which Bush and Boston Braves starter Charlie Robertson duelled for eighteen innings. Bush won the game after Robertson tired, surrendering five runs in the 18th inning. In the National League since then, only Carl Hubbell in 1933 and Vern Law in 1955 have matched Bush's marathon performance. Bush's ERA rose to 3.83 the next year, but he did post a 15–6 record in 42 games, 24 of which he started.

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Bush followed up with a career year in 1929. He finished the year on top of the league in saves and games pitched, and fourth in the league for wins. Also that year, Bush ranked twelfth in the NL Most Valuable Player Award voting. Even more impressive, Bush had a streak of eleven straight wins until it was broken by a relief loss on August 12 against the Braves. Bush was a large contributor to the team's pennant-winning season, in which they finished on top of the NL with a 98–54 record. Bush was most dominant in the 1929 World Series against the Philadelphia Athletics. Bush pitched two games in the series, starting one and relieving another. Bush started Game 3 and pitched a complete game, surrendering only one run on nine hits. Despite the Cubs' loss of the Series in five games, Bush pitched a total of eleven innings with 4 strikeouts and gave up just one run. After the success of the 1929 season, Bush had a disappointing season in 1930. In 225 innings of work, Bush posted a 15–10 record with a 6.20 ERA, one of the worst in the league that season. He gave up 291 hits, fifth highest in the league, and led the league in earned runs allowed with 155 and wild pitches with 12. In November 1930, writer F.C. Lane wrote in Baseball Magazine about Bush's unique pitching windup:

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