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Jim Barr
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Baseball Player
    (February 10, 1948- )
    Born in Lynwood, California
    Attended the University of Southern California
    Pitcher for the San Francisco Giants (1971-1978, 1982-1983) and the California Angels (1979-1980)
    Held a Major League record for consecutive batters retired (41) (1972-2009)
    He was drafted five times.
    He guided the Giants to the 1971 NLCS and lost to the Pittsburgh Pirates.
    He had arm injuries during his last season as an Angel.
    He spent the 1981 season in the minor leagues.
    He retired with an overall win-loss record of 101-112.
    He has a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration.
    He was baseball teammates with Dave Kingman and Bill Lee at the University of Southern California.
    He was a member of two USC Trojan baseball teams that won the NCAA Championship (1968 and 1970).
    He was named the Giants' Opening Day starting pitcher and defeated the San Diego Padres 2-0 (1975).
    His Major League record for consecutive batters retired lasted for 36 years prior to Mark Buehrle surpassing it by retiring 45 batters in a row during the 2009 season.

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