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Howard Ellsworth "Smoky Joe" Wood (October 25, 1889 – July 27, 1985) was a professional baseball player for 14 years. He played for the Boston Red Sox in 1908–15, where he was primarily a pitcher, and for the Cleveland Indians in 1917–22, where he was primarily an outfielder. Wood is one of only 13 pitchers to win 30 or more games in one season (going 34–5 in 1912) since 1900.


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Intro  Early career  1912 season  Position player  Later life  [[Smoky_Joe_Wood?section=See</a>_also|See</a> also]]  References  External links  

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Howard Ellsworth "Smoky Joe" Wood (October 25, 1889 – July 27, 1985) was a professional baseball player for 14 years. He played for the Boston Red Sox in 1908–15, where he was primarily a pitcher, and for the Cleveland Indians in 1917–22, where he was primarily an outfielder. Wood is one of only 13 pitchers to win 30 or more games in one season (going 34–5 in 1912) since 1900.


Smoky Joe Wood sections
Intro  Early career  1912 season  Position player  Later life  [[Smoky_Joe_Wood?section=See</a>_also|See</a> also]]  References  External links  

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