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Lewis Bernard Krausse (June 12, 1912 - September 6, 1988) was an
American pitcher and scout in Major League Baseball from Media,
Pennsylvania. He pitched from 1931 through 1932, only for the
Philadelphia Athletics. When he was called up to the Athletics in
1931, he was the American League's youngest player. Krausse was
used mostly as a relief pitcher by the Athletics; only four of his
23 appearances were starts. He compiled a lifetime record of 5-1.
Krausse's most memorable start was on July 10, 1932, at Cleveland's
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