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Philadelphia Phillies

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Jim Bunning

1955 - 1971

224 - 184 record, 3.27 ERA

After pitching a no-hitter against the Boston Red Sox while pitching for Detroit in1958, Bunning became the first 20th century pitcher to throw a no-hitter in each league when he pitched a perfect game against the New York Mets at Shea Stadium on Father's Day, June 21, 1964. From 1955 through 1971, the future Hall of Famer led the majors in wins, innings and strikeouts. In 1998 Bunning was elected U.S. Senator from Kentucky, and he was re-elected in 2004.


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Manager Gene Mauch
First Baseman Dick Allen
Second Baseman Tony Taylor
Third Baseman Mike Schmidt
Shortstop Larry Bowa
Left Fielder Sherry Magee
Center Fielder Richie Ashburn
Right Fielder Johnny Callison
Catcher Bob Boone
RH Pitcher Robin Roberts
LH Pitcher Steve Carlton
Closer Tug McGraw

Bobby Abreu, Pete Alexander, Dave Bancroft, David Bell, Jim Bunning, Pat Burrell, Marlon Byrd, Dolph Camilli, Dave Cash, Gavy Cravath, Darren Daulton, Ed Delahanty, Lenny Dykstra, Del Ennis, Elmer Flick, Doug Glanville, Cole Hamels, Granny Hammer, Billy Hamilton, Ryan Howard, Greg Jefferies, Deron Johnson, Jim Konstanty, Chuck Klein, John Kruk, Mike Lieberthal, Greg Luzinski, Kevin Millwood, Vincente Padilla, Ron Reed, Scott Rolen, Jimmy Rollins, Pete Rose, Carlos Ruiz, Curt Schilling, Andy Seminick, Chris Short, Curt Simmons, Ray Thomas, Jim Thome, Sam Thompson, Chase Utley, Shane Victorino, Billy Wagner, Turk Wendell, Rick Wise, Randy Wolf

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