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Jim Konstanty
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Baseball Player
    He was demoted to the minor leagues after appearing in 10 games with the Braves.
    He named his son after himself.
    He started Game 1 of the 1950 World Series and lost to the Yankees with Vic Raschi's two hit shut out 1-0.
    He also allowed three runs in Game 4 of that series leading to the Phillies being swept by the Yankees in four games.
    He contributed a 4-11 losing record following his impressive 1950 season.
    He used to play basketball for Syracuse University.
    He held a bachelor's degree in physical education from Syracuse University and a master's degree in biology from Cornell University.
    He served in the U.S. Navy in World War II.
    He was the first relief pitcher to win NL MVP honors.
    He sported good relief pitching with his palmball.
    His 1950 season with the 'Whiz Kids' Phillies team was solid as he recorded a career high of 22 saves, won 16 games and set a then-Major League record by pitching in 74 games in a season.

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