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Vida Rochelle Blue Jr. was born in Mansfield, Louisiana, the son of Vida Sr. and Sallie Blue. A baseball and football star at DeSoto High School, Blue was signed by Kansas City A's owner Charlie O. Finley as a pitcher in 1967. He made his debut two years later for the A's, by now relocated to Oakland. In 1970, he pitched a no-hitter against the ... See full bio »
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Won 1971 American League Cy Young and MVP Awards for leading League in ERA (1.82), WHIP (.952), Hits Allowed per 9 Innings Pitched (6.03), Strikeouts per 9 Innings Pitched (8.68), Shutouts (8) and having 24-8 Win-Loss record, 39 Games, 39 Games Started, 24 Complete Games, 312 Innings Pitched, 209 Hits Allowed, 73 Runs Allowed, 63 Earned Runs Allowed, 19 Home Runs Allowed, 88 Walks Allowed, 301 ... See more »

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