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Jim McAndrew

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Win–loss record  37–53
Role  Baseball player
Name  Jim McAndrew
Strikeouts  424
Earned run average  3.65

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James Clement McAndrew (born January 11, 1944 in Lost Nation, Iowa) was a Major League Baseball pitcher from 1968 to 1974; he pitched for the New York Mets for his first six years, and the San Diego Padres in the last.

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McAndrew started twelve games for the Mets in 1968; the Mets had a 4–8 record in those games, and his record was 4–7. He had a low 2.28 ERA in 1968.

He was the pitcher for the Mets on July 21st, 1970, when Preston Gomez pulled Clay Kirby with a no-hitter through 8 innings. McAndrew pitched a three-hit shutout against the Padres in that game.

He pitched in 161 games in his career, starting 110 of them. His W–L record was 37–53, with a 3.65 ERA; almost exactly the league average in those years. His nickname during his playing days was, "The Pride of Lost Nation, Iowa".


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