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Baseball Player
    He went by a nickname.
    He was the AL leader in both losses (21) and wild pitches (8) in the 1943 season.
    He took a job as a third base coach even though he never played third base.
    He managed the Braves to the 1969 NLCS only to be swept by the New York Mets.
    He had an overall managerial losing career record of 466-488.
    He served in World War II with the U.S. Navy.
    He tossed a good fast ball.
    He pitched in 216.1 innings during the 1943 season.
    He managed the Braves to their first NL West title (1969).

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