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Frank Viola
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Baseball Player
    (April 19, 1960- )
    Born in East Meadows, New York
    Pitcher for the Minnesota Twins (1982–89), New York Mets (1989–91), Boston Red Sox (1992–94), Cincinnati Reds (1995) and the Toronto Blue Jays (1996)
    World Series MVP (1987)
    AL Cy Young Award Winner (1988)
    His nickname was 'Sweet Music.'
    He cried when he got traded from the Twins.
    His career nosedived in the later years.
    He played his final three seasons on three different teams.
    He surrendered the pitch to Rod Carew, when the latter hit his 3,000th career hit.
    He won a career high 24 games (1988).
    He was a member of the first Twins World Series championship team (1987).
    He was considered one of the league's more durable pitchers during his prime years.
    His unique twist on the change-up pitch earned praise from both players and managers alike.

Credit: Ricky

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