About Mel Parnell Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Melvin Parnell is a retired professional baseball player who hails from Louisiana. He worked as a starting pitcher for the Major League Baseball team, Boston Red Sox. His first appearance in the Major League Baseball was on April 20, 1947 and spent the rest of his major league career with the Red Sox. According to reviews, Parnell had a career-best 1949 season when he was bale to log a 25-7 record and the highest number of wins in the league. He also had the most number of complete games for that season and recorded an earned run average of 2.77 and made 295.1 innings. He was included to the All-Star Game still in the 1949 season. His second American League starting pitcher role in an All-Star Game came in 1951.
In 1950 and 1951, Parnell was able to record 18 wins per seasons and achieved a 12-12 record and had his career-best 136 strikeouts and 3.06 ERA. He ended his Major League Baseball career after sustaining an arm injury in 1956. He stayed in the league for ten wonderful years and recorded 123-75 and an ERA of 3.50. He appeared in 113 games which he completed and had 20 shutouts.
He worked as a manager of the New Orleans Pelicans after he retired from playing and a few farm clubs of the Boston Red Sox. He was included to the Hall of Fame of the Boston Red Sox in 1997.
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