Schoolboy Rowe Took The Batters To School

In just his second season with the Detroit Tigers, Lynwood “Schoolboy” Rowe won 16 games in a row en route to a 24-8 record in 1934.

When his right arm was healthy, the Waco native was nearly unhittable.  He also was one of the most popular major-league players of all time.  Read all about Schoolboy in the Wednesday, September 17 through Tuesday, September 23 installment of “This Week in Texas History.”

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