Definition of Alexander, Grover Cleveland in English:

Alexander, Grover Cleveland

Syllabification: Al·ex·an·der, Grover Cleveland
Pronunciation: /ˌaliɡˈzandər
( 1887–1950), US baseball player; known as Pete. A pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies 1911–17, the Chicago Cubs 1917–26, and the St. Louis Cardinals 1926–30, he retired with 373 career wins and 90 shutouts. Baseball Hall of Fame (1938).

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