Bob Milacki

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Bob Milacki
Pitcher
Born: (1964-07-28) July 28, 1964 (age 49)
Trenton, New Jersey
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
September 18, 1988 for the Baltimore Orioles
Last MLB appearance
September 21, 1996 for the Seattle Mariners
Career statistics
Win-Loss 39-47
ERA 4.38
Strikeouts 387
Teams
Career highlights and awards
  • 14 wins in 1989

Robert "Bob" Milacki (born July 28, 1964 in Trenton, New Jersey), is a former professional baseball player who pitched in the Major Leagues between 1988 and 1996, mostly with the Baltimore Orioles.

Major league career[edit]

Milacki began his career with the Baltimore Orioles, pitching for them from 1988 to 1992. He started three games as a September call-up in 1988, allowing only 2 runs and 9 hits in 25 innings. In his rookie season of 1989, Milacki led the American League with 36 games started, posting a 14-12 record with a career-best 3.74 ERA.

On April 23, 1989, Milacki pitched a rare complete game shutout against the Minnesota Twins in which he faced the minimum 27 batters, as one would in a perfect game; he allowed 3 hits and 2 walks.[1]

On July 13, 1991, the Orioles defeated the Oakland A's 2-0 on a combined no-hitter. Milacki pitched the first six innings of the game, with no runs on no hits, three walks and three strikeouts.[2] Mike Flanagan, Mark Williamson, and Gregg Olson each followed up with a no-hit scoreless inning to complete the no-hitter.[3]

After posting a 6-8 record for the Orioles in 1992, Milacki became a free agent. He pitched a combined 22 games with the Indians, Royals, and Mariners through the 1996 season. In 1997, he pitched in six games for the Kintetsu Buffaloes in Japan.

Milacki is currently serving as a pitching coach in the Philadelphia Phillies minor league system with the High-A Clearwater Threshers, who play in the Florida State League.

Personal[edit]

Milacki grew up in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. He graduated from Lake Havasu High School in 1982.

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Preceded by
Tommy Greene
No-hit game
July 13, 1991
with Flanagan, Williamson & Olson
Succeeded by
Dennis Martínez