On May 26, 1930, Joe Sewell of the Cleveland Indians, who had struck out only 1 time during the entire season, was fanned twice more during the same game by Pat Caraway of the White Sox.
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Season-by-Season Strikeout Analysis
|14 Seasons||1,903 Games||114 Strikeouts|
Players today have routinely strike out more times in a single game than Joe Sewell did during an entire season!
Joe Sewell was released by Cleveland in 1930. While with the club, he batted over .300 nine times in eleven seasons, drove in more than ninety runs five times, had more than one-hundred eighty hits eight times, and led the league in fielding average three times!