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Peter Vuckovich

Former Major League baseball pitcher, 1975 to 1986. Pitched for the Chicago White Sox, Toronto Blue Jays, St. Louis Cardinals & Milwaukee Brewers. Was a member of the original Toronto Blue Jays team of 1977. A pitcher during his professional career, but portrayed a power hitting first baseman in the 1989 film "Major League". See full bio »

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Known For

Major League Haywood
(1989)
1982 American League Championship Series Self - Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher
(1982)
1982 World Series Self - Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher
(1982)

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 1989 Major League
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 1982 1982 World Series (TV Mini Series)
Self - Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher
- Game 7 (1982) ... Self - Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher
- Game 3 (1982) ... Self - Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher
 1982 1982 American League Championship Series (TV Series)
Self - Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher
- Game 5 (1982) ... Self - Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher
- Game 2 (1982) ... Self - Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher
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Height:

6' 4" (1.93 m)
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While with the Brewers, Vuckovich co-owned a bar in Milwaukee with outfielder Gorman Thomas. It was called "Stormin' & Vuke's", a play on their nicknames. See more »

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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