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Steve Stone (II)

Steve Stone was a major league pitcher from 1971-81. He pitched for the San Francisco Giants (1971-72), Chicago White Sox (1973, 77-78), Chicago Cubs (1974-76), and the Baltimore Orioles (1979-81). Stone's best year was in 1980 when he went 25-7 with a 3.23 ERA and won the American League Cy Young Award. Stone also pitched in the 1979 World Series... See full bio »

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 1986 Ferris Bueller's Day Off
TV Broadcaster (voice, uncredited)
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 2010-2011 Prime 9 (TV Series)
- Greatest Non-World Series Players (2011) ... Himself
- Draft Day Longshots (2011) ... Himself
- Greatest Second Baseman (2011) ... Himself
- Greatest Ballparks (2010) ... Himself
 2008 Pardon the Interruption (TV Series)
- Episode dated 11 June 2008 (2008) ... Himself
 1980 1980 MLB All-Star Game (TV Special)
Himself - AL Pitcher
 1979 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles (Video)
Himself - Baltimore Orioles Pitcher
 1972 This Is Your Life (TV Series)
- David Hartman (1972) ... Himself

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5' 10" (1.78 m)

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Retired from broadcasting after the 2000 Baseball season due to health reasons. However, Stone returned to his old spot in the WGN-TV broadcasting booth in 2003, replacing Joe Carter and reteaming with Chip Caray. See more »

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