MLB pitcher who won 326 games during his 17-year career, which was spent with the Philadelphia Athletics, St. Louis Terriers and St. Louis Browns.
He attended Gettysburg College, where he starred for the baseball team before signing his first professional contract.
He didn't have a blazing fastball, but he used his wits and great command of the strike zone to win pitching battles.
He had one son, Edward Jr., with his wife Anna.
He pitched his last game in the majors against Hall of Fame pitcher Walter Perry Johnson.