18 year old Howard Ehmke in 1912. Ehmke would go on to be a star baseball player, winning game 1 of the 1929 World Series for the Philadelphia Athletics, striking out 13 batters and pitching a complete game. His team defeated the Cubs to win the World Series. Ehmke also played for the Detroit Tigers and the Boston Red Sox. He had a career record of 166-166 with an earned run average of 3.75. Ehmke also recorded 1030 strikeouts. After retirement from baseball, Ehmke founded a company that made the first tarpaulins to cover baseball diamonds during rain.
See a You Tube Video of Ehmke pitching
in the World Series.