Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, Milton Stephen Pappas is more famous by the name Milt Pappas. He is a retired Major League Baseball player who spent seventeen years in the league. He started to showcase his amazing pitching skills in Cooley High School where he was eyed by a number of scouts. However, Pappas opted to be part of the Baltimore Orioles and spent his first rookie seasons with the team. He played his debut game on August 10, 1957 and recorded numerous wins in the next few seasons as a major league pitcher. In 1962, he was included to the All-Star team and had the same recognition again in the 1965 season. According to reviews, he had almost perfect control and amazingly won most of his games from the 1959 season to 1965. However, he was transferred to the Cincinnati Reds in the latter part of the 1965 season and has recorded 16 games in 1967. Pappas also played for the Atlanta Braves and the Chicago Cubs, wherein he continues his winning performances. His last game in the major league was for the Chicago Cubs on September 18, 1973. He finished his lengthy career with a record of 1, 728 strikeouts, a win-loss record of 209-164 and 3.40 earned run average.
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