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"This is about some of the greatest known right-handers in baseball. I hope that you have fun! :-)"
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This right-hander won 287 games in his career, but was mostly remembered for setting a season record by giving up 50 home runs in a season. Who was this Minnesota Twin at the time?
This Hall of Fame right-hander set a season record for throwing 383 strikeouts in a season in 1973. He also led the league 11 times in strikeouts. Who is he?
This was a great right-hander in baseball history, but he lost 316 career games. Who is this Hall of Fame pitcher?
I was the last pitcher of either arm to win 30 season games in the 20th century. My right-arm won the Cy Young and AL MVP for this in 1968. With one more great season ahead of me, my career then went downhill with racketeering charges after that. Who am I?
Jim 'Catfish' Hunter
In 1908, this right-hander won 40 games for the White Sox in the season, but their season was still only good enough for a third place American League finish. Who was this 1946 Hall of Fame inductee?
This pitcher was the first of any arm to win a league MVP award, and was also the first pitcher to win two MVPs in the American League from its inception in 1911, until Lefty Grove won it in 1931. Who was this right-handed pitcher?
I am a right-handed pitcher. I have the distinction of throwing the first no-hitter in American League history in 1902. I won only 99 games in my career. Who am I?
Extremely few pitchers become managers later in their career. One was this right-hander who pitched from 1955-1966. In his mound days, his seasons included going 10-24 and 5-22 in consecutive seasons with the Mets. He later managed the Padres for two seasons, then the Giants for eight. Who was this who left baseball for good in 1992?
Wow! Was 1986 one of many dream seasons of every kid growing up or what? It was for me! I appeared in my first all-star game in 1986, I threw my only career no-hitter, and to make it special, that no-hitter clinched the NL West for my Astros against the Giants. I also won the NL Cy Young award for the season, then went on to win the NLCS MVP award, even though we lost to the Mets. I was also the Cy Young runner-up in 1989 with my 20-10 record, if 1986 wasn't great enough for me already. Who am I?
In my third season of baseball as a Detroit Tiger in 2007, I threw a no-hitter on June 12, 2007. It was only the third no-hitter in the history of interleague play. This was after my 2006 season, when I went 17-9 and finished seventh in the Cy Young voting. Who am I?
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