December 1, 1925|
|Died: August 26, 2010
|Batted: Switch||Threw: Right|
|May 13, 1944 for the Brooklyn Dodgers|
|Last MLB appearance|
|July 14, 1964 for the Philadelphia Phillies|
|Earned run average||4.00|
|Career highlights and awards|
Calvin Coolidge Julius Caesar Tuskahoma McLish (December 1, 1925 – August 26, 2010) was a starting pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the Brooklyn Dodgers (1944, 1946), Pittsburgh Pirates (1947–1948), Chicago Cubs (1949, 1951), Cleveland Indians (1956–1959), Cincinnati Reds (1960), Chicago White Sox (1961) and Philadelphia Phillies (1962–1964). He was a switch-hitter and threw right-handed.
McLish was named for Calvin Coolidge, Julius Caesar, and Tuskahoma, Oklahoma. He has stated that the origin of his lengthy name is that his father was given permission to name the newborn, and he took full advantage of the opportunity. McLish's parents were John and Lula McLish. His father was three-quarters Choctaw Indian.
Best season 
- 1959: 19 wins, 13 complete games, 235-1/3 innings (all career highs), and made the American League All-Star team
- He was nicknamed "Bus" or "Buster"
- Set a major league record with 16 consecutive road wins, later matched by Denny McLain, Rich Dotson and Greg Maddux
- After his playing career, McLish became a Major League pitching coach for the Phillies (1965–66), Montreal Expos (1969–75) and Milwaukee Brewers (1976–82), then a scout for the Brewers.
- McLish was inducted to the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame in August 2009.
|Philadelphia Phillies Pitching Coach
|Montreal Expos Pitching Coach
|Milwaukee Brewers Pitching Coach