Byida Blue, who performed like a flame in the American professional baseball Major League (MLB) in the 1970s, passed away.

The Oakland Athletics team officially announced on the 8th (Korean time) that Blue passed away at the age of 73, although the exact cause of death was not announced.

Dubbed “The Flamethrower,” the lefty fastball pitcher Blue made his big-league debut in an Oakland uniform in 1969 at the age of 19.

In 1971, he went 24-8 and had an earned run average of 1.82, and was selected as the youngest player ever (MVP) as well as Cy Young.

In 312 innings that year, Blue recorded 24 complete games and 8 shutouts.

From 1972 to 1974, Oakland took온라인카지노 the lead in winning three consecutive World Series titles, and was selected as an All-Star six times in total.

Blue, who was transferred to the San Francisco Giants in 1978, was arrested in 1984 for cocaine use.

He returned in 1985 and retired after the 1986 season, and the Blues went 209-161 with a 3.27 earned run average.

“Few players have had a career as spectacular as Blue’s,” the Auckland club said. “He will always remain an Auckland legend and friend.”

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