Bill Steele

Steele survived when Cardinals manager Roger Bresnahan dropped five pitchers following a 63-90 finish in 1910. He worked 287 innings and led the NL in losses with an 18-19 record in 1911. The following year he was hit hard, 245 hits in 194 innings. He went to the bullpen, then to the Dodgers, and finally to the minors.