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Jack Kralick
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Baseball Player
    He was with the Senators when they moved to Minnesota to become the Twins.
    He blew a perfect game by walking George Alusik after he retired 25 straight batters (August 26, 1962).
    He was traded for Jim Perry.
    Despite being selected to the 1964 AL All-Star team, he did not pitch in the game.
    He got into a fight with Gary Bell over TV channel selections in a hotel room (1965).
    He gave up the pitch for D.C. Stadium's final major league home run, hit by Ken Hamlin of the new Washington Senators (1966).
    He is left handed.
    He had a career high of 14 wins during the 1963 season.
    He threw the Twins' first no-hitter (August 26, 1962).
    He pitched in over 200 innings in three straight seasons (1961-1963).
    He was a reliable starter in Minnesota.
    He recorded 668 strikeouts and a 3.56 ERA in his career.

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