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Johnny Kucks
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Baseball Player
    (July 27, 1933- )
    Born in Hoboken, New Jersey
    Pitcher for the New York Yankees (1955-1959) and the Kansas City Athletics (1959-1960)
    One All-Star selection (1956)
    Two-time World Series Champion (1956 and 1958)
    Last name pronounced 'cooks'
    Last pitcher to play against Jackie Robinson
    Of German descent
    His win-loss percentage began to decline after his successful 1956 season in the majors.
    He was the AL Leader for times in hit by pitch with 12 (1959).
    He was part of two World Series losing teams (1955 and 1957).
    His pitching performances with the Athletics were a disappointment.
    He served in the Korean War.
    He was a friend to Johnny Podres when they played in the minors.
    His second season was his best season in his Major League career as he had an 18-9 winning record and was selected to the AL All-Star team.
    He was the winning pitcher of the final World Series game in Ebbets Field history as he shutout the Brooklyn Dodgers in game 7 of the 1956 World Series, 9-0.

Credit: Neo NX2004

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