Most of these were probably in lopsided games, but I was surprised how many players were on this list. There are certainly many more players who have done this, I remember Larry Biittner doing this, but I'm specifically looking at those who appeared on a Kellogg's card.
For the old timers, Ty Cobb pitched 5 innings in his career and even earned a save. Saves weren't a stat until 1969, but they have awarded them by looking back at box scores.
Everyone knows that Babe Ruth was a star pitcher winning 20+ games twice. Honus Wagner pitched 8 innings, Tris Speaker pitched one inning and George Sisler pitched a lot (5-6 record with 3 saves; 24 starts and 9 complete games over 14 years). That didn't surprise me since the game was different in those times.
I wish one of the two Babe Ruth cards in the Kellogg's set showed him as a pitcher.
I remember Dave Kingman (4 Innings Pitched) and Bert Campaneris and Cesar Tovar (1 IP when they played all nine positions in a game), but I can't remember these others.
Tovar was the second player to play all nine positions in a game, accomplishing this in 1968 near the end of the season.
Campaneris accomplished this feat in 1965, long before he was winning rings with the 1970s A's. I like to provide useless information in this blog so I might as well continue. Bert is the cousin of one of my favorite Cubs - Jose Cardenal.
Here are the others who found time to pitch - Sal Bando 3 IP, Matty Alou 2 IP, Jim Hickman 2 IP, Cookie Rojas 1 IP, Greg Gross 1.2 IP, Bob Bailor 2.1 IP, Craig Reynolds 2 IP, Wayne Nordhagen 2 IP, Jeff Newman 1 IP, Dave Concepcion 1.1 IP.