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Rollie Fingers

Rollie Fingers was born on August 25, 1946 in Steubenville, Ohio, USA as Roland Glen Fingers. He is an actor, known for Arli$$ (1996), 1971 American League Championship Series (1971) and Brewer's Boys. He is married to Lori Harden. They have two children. He was previously married to Suzanne Michele Frost, Danielle Lamar and Jill Cutler. See full bio »

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Arli$$ Rollie Fingers
1971 American League Championship Series
1971 American League Championship Series Himself - Oakland Athletics Pitcher
1974 World Series
1974 World Series Himself - Oakland Athletics Pitcher


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Other Works:

(book, with Yellowstone (Christopher) Ritter) "Rollie's Follies: A Hall of Fame Revue of Lists and Lore, Stories and Stats from Baseball's Most Famous Moustache". Cincinnati, OH: Clerisy Press, 2009. ISBN 1578603358 See more »

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6' 4" (1.93 m)

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Won 3 National League Rolaids Relief Awards (1977-1978 and 1980) and 1981 American League Rolaids Relief Award. See more »


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