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Mike Norris
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Baseball Player
    (March 19, 1955- )
    Born in San Francisco, California
    Pitcher for the Oakland Athletics (1975-1983, 1990)
    One All-Star selection (1981)
    Won two AL Gold Gloves as a pitcher (1980 and 1981)
    He shares his name with one of Chuck Norris's two sons.
    He was the AL leader for throwing 14 wild pitches in the 1981 season.
    He was a cocaine addict resulting him a shortened career.
    He gave up the pitch for Dave Parker's solo home run in the All-Star Game (1981).
    Despite having a good pitching performance in Game 1 of the 1981 ALCS against the New York Yankees, the Athletics lost the game 1-3.
    He recorded a complete game shut out against the Kansas City Royals in the 1981 ALDS.
    He was one of many African American major league pitchers who won 20 games.
    He was one of Billy Martin's five-man rotation pitchers in Oakland in the early 1980s.
    He had an impressive 1980 season with career highs of 22 wins, 24 games and 180 strikeouts.
    He spent his major league playing career for a team near his hometown located in the Bay Area.
    He had a remarkable green fielding glove.

Credit: Neo NX2004

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