|Proudly served in U.S. Military during World War I
Hall of Famer Herb Pennock compiled a 240-162 career record and won five World Series games without a loss and posted a compelling WS ERA of 1.95 for the great New York Yankees teams during the late 1920s and early 1930s.
After going 54-52 in four seasons with the Red Sox he was traded to the Yankees in 1923 and in the next 11 years collected a resounding record of 162-90. He won two games for the Yankees in the 1926 WS vs the Cardinals, and in the '27 WS vs the Pirates, he retired the first 22 batters of the game before the great Pie Traynor singled. Herb Pennock lifetime stats: 240-162, .597 pct., 3.60 ERA, 617 G, 420 GS, 247 GC in 3572 innings, 1227 Ks, 916 Ws.