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  • Jul 22, 1943
    Jim Reeves is one of nine players suspended by the D-level Jamestown, New York, baseball team. In the aftermath, Reeves finds work installing machine guns on B-17 bombers for Lockheed
    Dec 15, 1944
    Jim Reeves re-signs with the St. Louis Cardinals for approximately $100-a-month to pitch for their B-level farm team in Lynchburg, Virginia
    May 8, 1945
    Jim Reeves makes his first appearance as a pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals' B-level farm team in Lynchburg, Virginia, a 7-1 loss to the Portsmouth Cubs
    Jun 6, 1945
    Jim Reeves allows four runs in 2-2/3 innings while pitching relief for the St. Louis Cardinals' B-level farm club in Lynchburg, Virginia. After the game, Reeves is released
    Jun 1, 1946
    Formerly known as Travis Reeves, Jim Reeves gets his first pitching start of the year for the Natchez Giants of the Evangeline League. Reeves strikes out five and gets credit for a win
    Jun 3, 1947
    Jim Reeves signs as a baseball pitcher with the Marshall Comets, of the Lone Star League, and scatters 11 hits in a 3-2 loss to Tyler
    Jul 25, 1947
    Jim Reeves makes his first pitching start for the Henderson Oilers, of the Lone Star League, after being acquired from the Marshall Comets for two players. Reeves gets an 18-7 win in his Oilers debut
    Apr 7, 1948
    Jim Reeves gets a win pitching for the Henderson Oilers. An injury makes it the final game of his baseball career
    May 10, 1948
    The Henderson Oilers place Jim Reeves on the disabled list more than one month after he last pitched for the team. Reeves never plays baseball again
    Jul 31, 1948
    Jim Reeves is released by the Lone Star League's Henderson Oilers more than three months after he last pitched for the team. It's the end of the line in baseball for Reeves, hobbled by an injury

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