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Milt Wilcox

Last mentioned in Honolulu : HI : USA
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Milt Wilcox's Biography

Milton Edward Wilcox (born April 20, 1950 in Honolulu, Hawaii) was a pitcher who had a sixteen-year career from 1970 to 1975, 1977–1986. He played for the Cincinnati Reds and Chicago Cubs of the National League and the Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers and Seattle Mariners of the American League. He won a World Series title with the Tigers in 1984.

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  • Labrador from Howell makes leap toward glory

      News Source: Ledger-Enquirer | 4 months ago
    He's a high-flying athlete whose leaping ability rivals that of a young Michael Jordan. And he has twice as many legs. "This is something he's always done," said Howell resident Susanne Sparano of her Labrador retriever, Cooper, and his ability to
  • This Date In Baseball

      News Source: Examiner | 3 years ago
    July 10(equals) 1917 Ray Caldwell of New York pitched 9 2-3 innings of no-hit relief as the Yankees beat the Browns 7-5 in 17 innings in St...The Philadelphia A's defeated Cleveland 18-17 in an 18-inning game in which John Burnett of the Indians had
  • Baseball: Detroit Tigers strike for seven runs with two outs in eighth ...

      News Source: San Jose Mercury News | 3 years ago
    Miguel Cabrera hit a go-ahead single, and the Detroit Tigers scored seven runs with two outs in the eighth to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-3 on Sunday. The utilityman Kelly started the rally with a one-out single with the Tigers down a run...

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