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Burt Hooton
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Baseball Player
    (February 7, 1950- )
    Born in Greenville, Texas
    Pitcher for the Chicago Cubs (1971-75), Los Angeles Dodgers (1975-84) and the Texas Rangers (1985)
    National League Championship Series MVP (1981)
    His nickname 'Happy' was a sarcastic reference to the fact he rarely smiled.
    He struggled with consistency during his tenure with the Cubs.
    His stoic demeanor led to Vin Scully saying he would go 'paint the town beige' if the Dodgers won the World Series.
    Despite his solid numbers, he was passed over for the Baseball Hall of Fame.
    Many younger Dodger fans are unaware of his accolades, due to the fact he was overshadowed by the likes of Fernando Valenzuela and Don Sutton.
    He pitched a complete game shutout in his third Major League game (1971).
    He put on a dominant performance in the 1981 NLCS,.earning MVP honors.
    He was known for throwing a fast knuckle curve pitch, which many hitters struggled against.
    He is fluent in Spanish, which served as an asset during his tenure as a pitching coach.
    He earned a World Series ring with the Dodgers (1981).

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