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Gary Peters (Baseball)
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Baseball Player
    (April 21, 1937- )
    Born in Grove City, Pennsylvania
    Pitcher for the Chicago White Sox (1959-1969) and Boston Red Sox (1970-1972)
    AL Rookie of the Year (1963)
    Two time All-Star (1964, 1967)
    Two time AL ERA Champion (1963, 1966)
    He played for both Sox teams.
    He shares his name with a U.S. Congressman.
    He was the AL Leader for throwing 15 wild pitches (1964).
    Despite having a great 1964 season with the White Sox, the team missed out on a World Series spot by one game.
    He had a back injury and an arm injury in his final two years with the White Sox.
    He batted and threw left handed.
    He was a great hitting pitcher in his time.
    He smacked a grand slam that helped the White Sox to a 5-1 win over the New York Yankees in one doubleheader game (May 5, 1968).
    He hit home runs in nine straight seasons as a pitcher (1963-1971).
    He retired from the Majors with a winning 124-103 overall career record.

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