Steve Gromek

Steve Gromek

Infobox MLB retired
name=Steve Gromek
birthdate=January 15 1920
deathdate=death date and age|2002|1|15|1920|1|15
debutdate=August 18
debutteam=Cleveland Indians
finaldate=July 25
finalteam=Detroit Tigers
stat1label=Win-Loss Record
*Cleveland Indians (by|1941-by|1953)
*Detroit Tigers (by|1953-by|1957)
*All star in 1945

Stephen Joseph "Steve" Gromek (January 15 1920, Hamtramck, MichiganJanuary 15 2002) was a Major League Baseball pitcher. He played seventeen seasons in the American League, with the Cleveland Indians (1941-1953) and the Detroit Tigers (1953-1957).

An All-Star in 1945, Gromek posted a 19-9 won-loss record with a 3.26 ERA. In Game 4 of the 1948 World Series, Gromek pitched one game, defeating the Boston Braves in a complete game win. He was traded mid-season to the Tigers in by|1953. In his first full season with the team, Gromek went 18-16 with a 2.74 ERA, and 17 complete games.

In 1981, Gromek became a member of the National Polish-American Hall of Fame.

He died on his 82nd birthday in 2002, of undisclosed causes.

ee also

* List of Polish Americans

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