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Burt Hooton

Professional Baseball Player + Pitcher + Coach
Male
Born Feb 7, 1950
Age 66
Hometown Greenville, Texas
Other Names Hooton, Burt Carl...

Burt Carlton Hooton, nicknamed "Happy" (by former manager Tommy Lasorda, because he rarely ever smiled), is a coach and former right-handed starting pitcher in Major League Baseball. He won 151 games over a 15-year career, mostly with the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers. Hooton's career began auspiciously with a no-hitter in his fourth major league game for the Cubs, but he gained perhaps his widest recognition for his several playoff performances with the Dodgers.… Read More

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  • Cubs Post 5th Consecutive Win
    Huffington Post Sports - Jun 01, 2013
  • Wood Hits Grand Slam In Cubs' 8 3 Win Over Sox
    Huffington Post - May 31, 2013
  • Week 5 High School Football Picks: Where's Amy Adams When I Need Her?
    The Morning Call - Blogs - Sep 28, 2012
  • Gary Gaetti To Lead Sugar Land Franchise In The Atlantic League New York Baseball Digest
    Google News - Sep 02, 2011

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1950 Birth Born on February 7, 1950.
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