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Bill Monbouquette
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Baseball Player
    He played for the Red Sox and the Yankees.
    He was nicknamed 'Monbo' by his friends and teammates.
    He pitched for 11 seasons and never played in the postseason.
    He was married twice.
    He, along with John O'Donoghue and Dave Morehead, tied for most losses in the American League (1965).
    He threw a no-hitter (August 1, 1962).
    He retired from baseball with 114 wins.
    He struck out 17 batters in a game against the Washington Senators (1961).
    He said about his time with the Red Sox, 'Those were my most enjoyable years. I loved pitching at Fenway and loved pitching for the Red Sox.'
    He was elected into the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame (2000).
    He was diagnosed with leukemia.

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