Ladies, gentlemen, and those who identify otherwise, let me introduce you to: Charlie Brown! Charles Edward Brown was a professional baseball pitcher… briefly. In 1897 he pitched four games for the Cleveland Spiders, a Major League Baseball team of the day. This left-hander started four games, and is credited with one win and two losses.
(If you’ve never heard of the Spiders, it’s no surprise; they disappeared after their 1899 season, when their win/loss record was 20-134. That’s the worst record in the history of Major League Baseball… but still better Chuck’s team ever did!)