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Founded: 1901

Oakland A's

All Time RH Pitcher

Catfish Hunter

Catfish Hunter

Among Baseball's most dominant pitchers from 1970-76, winning over 20 five straight times, Hunter compiled 224-166 mark with 3.26 ERA before arm trouble ended his career prematurely. He pitched a perfect game vs. Twins in 1968 and wont the1974 AL Cy Young Award. His number 27 was formally retired in 1993.


Manager Connie Mack
First Baseman Jimmy Foxx
Second Baseman Eddie Collins
Third Baseman Frank Baker
Shortstop Miguel Tejada
Left Fielder Rickey Henderson
Center Fielder Al Simmons
Right Fielder Reggie Jackson
Catcher Mickey Cochrane
RH Pitcher Catfish Hunter
LH Pitcher Lefty Grove
Closer Dennis Eckersley
Designated Hitter Mark McGwire

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