A dominating pitcher in the early years of Washington and Lee baseball, Harry Moran '13 was one of a handful of W&L players that reached the big leagues.
Early records of baseball at W&L are scattered, but Moran tossed some of the most remarkable games in school history. In 1910, he worked 15 shutout innings and struck out an unbelievable 28 hitters against North Carolina A&M. In 1911, he threw a no-hitter with 20 strikeouts.
The captain of W&L's 1912 squad pitched one year with the Detroit Tigers and then played for two years in the Federal League. Moran compiled a record of 23-17 with a 3.34 earned run average in the big leagues. His best season was in 1915 when he posted a 13-9 record with a 2.54 earned run average and tossed 13 complete games for the Newark Peps of the Federal League.