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Doug Jones (Baseball)
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Baseball Player
    (June 24, 1957-November 22, 2021)
    Born in Covina, California
    Pitcher for the for the Milwaukee Brewers (1982, 1996–98), Cleveland Indians (1986–91, 1998), Houston Astros (1992–93), Philadelphia Phillies (1994), Baltimore Orioles (1995), Chicago Cubs (1996) and the Oakland Athletics (1999–2000) 
    He was a journeyman pitcher.
    He was out of the major leagues between 1983 and 1985.
    He sported a mullet and a thick moustache during his career.
    He was the oldest player in the majors during the 2000 season.
    He shares his name with an actor and a politician.
    He made the successful transition from a starter to reliever.
    He pitched an immaculate inning (1997).
    He held the Indians franchise record (since broken) for career saves.
    He excelled at throwing the change-up pitch.
    He ranked among the top 20 pitchers for career saves at the time of his retirement.

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