Frank Pearce (1930s pitcher)
|Born: August 31, 1905|
|Died: September 3, 1950 (aged 45)|
Van Buren, New York
|April 20, 1933, for the Philadelphia Phillies|
|Last MLB appearance|
|May 15, 1935, for the Philadelphia Phillies|
|Earned run average||4.77|
Franklin Thomas Pearce was a Major League Baseball pitcher. He played parts of three seasons, from 1933 until 1935, for the Philadelphia Phillies. Pearce was effective as a reliever in a game played at Wrigley Field on September 12, 1933. In an afternoon game he relieved Ed Holley in the eighth inning for Philadelphia. The Phillies lost, 2–0, but the two pitchers gave up only six hits combined.
- Anonymous. September 13, 1933. Warneke Pitches Cubs To Triumph. New York Times. 23.
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