Le Roy Earl Parmelee (April 25, 1907 - August 31, 1981) went 13-8 in 1933 for the World Series champion New York Giants but was left off the World Series roster not throwing a single postseason pitch in his career. Parmelee was a member of powerful staff that included Hal Schumacher, Freddie Fitzsimmons and Hall of Famer Carl Hubbell. Control kept Le Roy from being one of the elite fastballer and he led the National League four times in hit batsmen (HBP) and once in walks. Parmelee, nonetheless, played 10 seasons with the Giants (1929-1935), Cardinals (1936), Cubs (1937) and Athletics (1939). He won 10 or more games from 1933-1936. Roy Parmelee retired after compiling a record of 59-55 with 514 strikeouts, 55 complete games and a 4.27 ERA. Parmelee finished his career in the minor leagues posting a 94-95 record in 11 seasons.