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Bob Forsch
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Baseball Player
    (January 13, 1950- )
    Born in Sacramento, California
    Pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals (1974-1988) and the Houston Astros (1988-1989)
    Threw two no-hitters (1978, 1983)
    Won two Pitcher Silver Slugger Awards (1980, 1987)
    Author of 'Bob Forsch's Tales from the Cardinals Dugout'
    He allowed the third most home runs in the NL during the 1983 season.
    He frequently threw wild pitches in the early years of his career.
    He pitched for two World Series losing Cardinals teams.
    He and his brother, Ken, made MLB history as they have both thrown no hitters, making them the first brothers to do so (April 7, 1979).
    He was the first ever pitcher and first ever Cardinal pitcher to win the Silver Slugger Award.
    He had great bunting and power to hit home runs.
    He was a member of the 1982 World Series winning Cardinals team.
    He retired from his playing career with 168 wins.

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