Former pitcher Pat Dobson dies at 64
Friday, November 24, 2006
Former Major League Baseball pitcher and coach died of Wednesday, November 22. He died at age 64 at a local hospital only a day after being diagnosed with the disease.
Dobson is best known for winning 20 games in the 1971 season for the. He was a major league in 1972. Dobson finished his 11 year career with a career win-loss record of 122-129 and with a 3.54 in eleven seasons.
Dobson later became a pitching coach for several teams, last appearing for the Orioles in 1996. At his death he was a special assistant togeneral manager , where he worked the past nine years.
Dobson is survived by his wife and six children.
- Associated Press. "Former Orioles 20-game winner Dobson dies at 64" — , November 23, 2006
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