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Milt Wilcox

Milt Wilcox pitched for 16 seasons in the major leagues. While never an All-Star, he won over 100 games and struck out 1,000 batters. He appeared in two World Series, losing one at age 20 and winning another at age 34; the latter year, he won a career-high 17 games. He won the Allie Reynolds Award as the top pitcher in the American Association one year, one of two times he made a postseason All-Star team in AAA. He was the third pitcher in AL history to come within one out of a perfect game only to fall short.

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July 25: Today's featured birthday is that of Mick Kelleher, who turns 69.
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  • 1908 - Hugh Bedient strikes out an amazing 43 batters in a 23-inning semipro game. It draws notice from the media and will earn him his ticket to the majors.
  • 1913 - Max Carey (pictured) scores five runs despite getting no hits. He draws four walks and steals four bases in the game.
  • 1930 - The A's pull off two triple steals in the same game. Al Simmons is involved in both.
  • 1941 - Lefty Grove wins the last game of his career - number 300.
  • 1966 - In his induction speech at the Hall of Fame, Ted Williams gives a memorable address urging the inclusion of Negro League players. Within a few years, the Hall will start adding blackball stars.

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