Burt Hooton

Professional Baseball Player + Pitcher + Coach
Born Feb 7, 1950

Burt Carlton Hooton, nicknamed "Happy", is an American former right-handed starting pitcher and current coach 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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