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Johnny Edwards (Baseball)
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Baseball Player
    (June 10, 1938- )
    Born in Columbus, Ohio
    Attended Ohio State University
    Catcher for the Cincinnati Reds (1961-1967), St. Louis Cardinals (1968) and the Houston Astros (1969-1974)
    Three time All-star (1963-1965)
    Won two NL Catcher Gold Gloves (1963-1964)
    His name is very similar to that of politician John Edwards.
    During his rookie season, the Reds lost the World Series to the New York Yankees in 6 games despite him having a .364 batting average.
    He was used as a backup in his time in St. Louis.
    He struck out in his final World Series career at-bat (1968).
    He finished in 36th place in the 1969 NL MVP voting.
    He batted left handed.
    He was a great defensive catcher.
    He was the catcher during the no-hitters of Ray Washburn (September 18, 1968) and Jim Maloney (August 19, 1965).
    He recorded 118 intentional walks in the course of his career.
    In his time in Cincinnati during the off season, he had a job as an engineer.

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