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John Johnson
SLP99022303 - 23 FEBRUARY 1999 - ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, USA: Sheriff Gary Starke of Pettis County, Missouri talks about the benifits of Proposition B as St. Louis Sergeant John Johnson (L) and policeman Russ Craven listen in, February 23. Police officials from around the State of Missouri gathered to discuss their support for the law that is coming up for public vote on April 6, 1999. Proposition B would allow Missourians to carry conceled weapons. wy/bg/Bill Greenblatt UPI

John Louis "Lou" Johnson (born John Louis Mercer; November 18, 1869 - January 28, 1941) was a left-handed pitcher who played briefly for the Philadelphia Phillies during the 1894 season. Johnson was born in Pekin, Illinois.

In his major league career, Johnson posted a 1-1 record with a 6.06 ERA in four appearances, including three starts and two complete games, giving up 22 earned runs on 44 hits and 15 walks while striking out 10 in 32 ⅔ innings of work.

Johnson died in Kansas City, Missouri at the age of 71.

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