Wensloff

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Butch Wensloff - Minor Leagues
... Wensloff began his professional career in the Arizona-Texas League, pitching for the Class-D, El Paso Texans, a team not affiliated with any major league squad, in 1937 ... Wensloff pitched 34 games that season, going 17–10 with a 4.67 ERA in 233 innings pitched ... In 1938, Wensloff spent his first season in the New York Yankees minor league system, playing for the Class-C Joplin Miners of the Western Association ...
Butch Wensloff - Later Career
... After his service, Wensloff returned to the New York Yankees for the 1947 season ... In 11 games with the Yankees, Wensloff compiled a record of 3–1 with a 2.61 ERA and 18 strikeouts in 51⅔ innings pitched, and pitched two innings of one game in the 1947 World Series ... As the 1948 season began, Wensloff did not report to spring training, and was holding out for a new contract the only time he communicated with the club was to inquite about his World Series ring ...