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Pat LubyJohn Perkins LubyBorn: June 1869 in Charleston, S.C.Died: April 24, 1899 in Charleston, S.C.Debut: 1890 | Pos: PH: 6′ | W: 185 | B: N/A | T: RYr W L G SV IP SO ERA4 40 41 106 2 797.1 215 3.88>> Visit the Pat Luby biography on Baseball Almanac for complete statistics.Pat Luby, a pitcher and outfielder, played baseball in the 19th Century as a member of the Chicago and Louisville franchises in the old National League. In 4 years in professional baseball, Luby hit .235 with 7 home runs, 70 runs batted in and 11 stolen bases. He played in 20 games in the outfield, 8 at first base and 106 as a pitcher.As a pitcher, Luby compiled a 39-42 record in four seasons with a career 3.91 earned run average in 792.1 innings pitched. With Chicago in 1890, Luby finished with a 20-9 record in 31 starts. He pitched 26 complete games that season in 267.2 innings pitched. In his career relief appearances, he finished with a 3-0 record and 3 saves.On Sept. 5, 1890, Luby became one of the National League’s record holders for most hit batsmen in an inning with 3.Luby died in 1899 — four years after his last season in baseball.