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Bo McLaughlin

Bo McLaughlin
Born: (1953-10-23) October 23, 1953 (age 62)
Oakland, California
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
July 20, 1976 for the Houston Astros
Last MLB appearance
July 9, 1982 for the Oakland Athletics
Career statistics
Win–loss record 10–20
Earned run average 4.49
Strikeouts 188
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Michael Duane "Bo" McLaughlin (born October 23, 1953 in Oakland, California) was a Major League Baseball relief pitcher from 1976 to 1982 for the Houston Astros, Atlanta Braves, and Oakland Athletics. He is currently the bullpen coach for the Colorado Rockies. McLaughlin is best known for being hit by a pitch that almost ended his career, and his alias "Grim Bimbledon."

On May 26,

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  1. ^ a b c d e Price, S. L. (2009-04-20). "Hit in the Head". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved 20 April 2009. 

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