Mudcat Grant, American League’s First Black 20-Game Winner, Dies at 85


People have had Major league pitcher of the 19 sixties, has died. I'm Tom 40. His name was Jim Grand, but he was much better known as Mudcat during a near decade and a half long career in Major league Baseball grants. Best year by far was 1965 when he became the first black pitcher to win 20 games in the American League. In the process, he helped pitch the Minnesota Twins to their first pennant, after which he was a star, though in a losing effort in the World Series. In addition to the Twins, he pitched raw number of other teams, the longest for the cleavage. And Indians. Jim Mudcat Grant was 85 Tom

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