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James Alan Bouton is an American retired professional baseball player. Bouton played in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a pitcher for the New York Yankees, ...

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Career: 62-63, 3.57 ERA, 720 SO, P, AllStar, Yankees/Pilots/... 1962-1978, t:R, born in NJ 1939, Bulldog.

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Although he became a star for the most famous team in baseball, for whom he helped win three pennants and a World Series, Jim Bouton's most lasting ...

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Jim Bouton wrote Ball Four about his professional baseball season with the Seattle Pilots.

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Jim Bouton was born on Wednesday, March 8, 1939, in Newark, New Jersey. Bouton was 23 years old when he broke into the big leagues on April 22, 1962, ...

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Jul 1, 2018 ... Yankees great Jim Bouton has teamed up with the minor league Portland Mavericks for one last late-season run.

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Jul 1, 2017 ... Jim Bouton, 78, uses his ring finger, too. This is the grip he showed Johnny Carson four decades ago on the set of “The Tonight Show,” and the ...

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In 2001, Jim Bouton came out with the last version of his classic "Ball Four," entitled, fittingly, "Ball Four: The Final Pitch." For those of you too young to remember, ...

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Feb 18, 2018 ... A must-read for fans of a certain era, “Ball Four,” co-authored by pitcher Jim Bouton and sportswriter Leonard Schechter, was the first real ...