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Win–loss record  34–41
Role  Baseball player
Name  Jim Bullinger

Strikeouts  392
Earned run average  5.06
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Similar People  Kirk Bullinger, Derrick May, Dann Howitt, Paul Sorrento, Ty Van Burkleo

Education  University of New Orleans

James Eric Bullinger (born August 21, 1965) is a former starting pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the Chicago Cubs (1992-1996), Montreal Expos (1997) and Seattle Mariners (1998). He batted and threw right-handed. He is the brother of pitcher Kirk Bullinger. Jim Bullinger was converted to a pitcher in the Cubs' farm system, after initially playing as a shortstop. He played for the University of New Orleans before going pro, where his team made it to the 1984 College World Series.

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He made his major league debut on May 27, 1992. On June 8 of that year, he hit a home run on the first pitch he faced in his first at-bat in the majors, one of only five pitchers to accomplish this feat.

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In a seven-season career, Bullinger posted a 34-41 record with 392 strikeouts and a 5.06 ERA in 642.0 innings pitched.

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