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Jim Bouton, a former Yankees pitcher and tell-all author, has died during a age of 80, according to mixed reports.
Bouton, who suffered a cadence in 2012, had been in a years-long conflict with intelligent amyloid angiopathy.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – CIRCA 1964: Pitcher Jim Bouton #56 of a New York Yankees pitches opposite a Washington Senators during an Major League Baseball diversion circa 1964 during D.C. Stadium in Washington, D.C.. Bouton played for a Yankees from 1962-68. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)
His 10-season career saw him play with a Yankees, Seattle Pilots (now a Milwaukee Brewers), Houston Astros and a Atlanta Braves. He assimilated a Braves in 1978, during a age of 39 after building a knuckle round and after carrying been out of a majors given 1970. He started 5 Sep games that season, going 1-3.
Bouton, who was 21-7 with a 2.53 ERA for a Yankees in 1963 and 18-13 a following season, assisting them to a World Series any season, had a lifetime record of 62-63 with a 3.57 ERA. He was a partial of their World Series winning group in his rookie deteriorate of 1962.
New York Yankee pitcher Jim Bouton wearing his glove and holding a baseball.
Bouton won a span of World Series games in 1964 when a Yankees mislaid to a Cardinals in 7 games.
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A Newark local who was lifted in Bergen County, Bouton is maybe best famous for his 1970 discourse “Ball Four,” in that he took readers inside a Pilots’ usually deteriorate and also suggested indiscretions — on a margin and off — that alienated him, for a time, from his former Yankees teammates, Mickey Mantle and Whitey Ford among them.
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