Ed Cushman

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Edgar Leander Cushman (March 27, 1852 – September 26, 1915) was an American Major League Baseball pitcher from – for five teams in three different Major leagues spanning his six year career.


Ed was born in Eagleville, Ohio, and made his first appearance in Majors with the Buffalo Bisons, but was only able to pitch in seven games, all of which he started, and had a respectable win/loss total of 3-3, as well as a 3.93 ERA.

For the following season, he played for the minor league Milwaukee Brewers, who would later join the newly formed and ill-fated Union Association as a late season replacement. Ed pitched extremely well, in the four games in which he pitched to finish the season, he had a record of 4-0, with a 1.00 ERA, 47 strikeouts in 36 innings pitched. He completed all four starts and pitched two shutouts, one of which was a no-hitter thrown on September 28, 1884, vs. the Washington Nationals, a 5-0 victory. It was the second and last no-hitter thrown in the Union Association, and was the second game the Brewers had played since joining the league as a late season replacement. He followed up his no-hitter with eight more hitless innings on October 4, against the Boston Reds, when he finally surrendered a hit, a ninth inning...
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