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Rawly Eastwick
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Baseball Player
    He gave up the pitch for Hank Aaron's 733rd home run (October 2, 1974).
    He became a journeyman player after leaving Cincinnati Reds.
    He was in 13th place in the 1976 NL MVP voting race.
    He left the Yankees before the team won the 1978 World Series.
    He was the first reliever to win the Fireman of the Year Award.
    He was a two-time NL Saves Champion (1975 (with Al Hrabosky) and 1976).
    He was the winning pitcher of the second game and the third game of the 1975 World Series.
    Also in the 1975 World Series, he recorded a save in the fifth game.
    He was a member of two World Series winning Red teams.

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