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Montgomery Marcellus (Monte) Pearson (September 2, 1908 - January
27, 1978) was a starting pitcher in Major League Baseball who
played for the Cleveland Indians (1932-1935), New York Yankees
(1936-1940) and Cincinnati Reds (1941). Pearson batted and threw
right-handed. He was born in Oakland, California. In a ten-season
career, Pearson posted a 100-60 record with 703 strikeouts and a
4.00 ERA in 1429-2/3 innings pitched. Pearson died in Fresno,
California, at the age of 69.