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Billy McCool

Date of birth
Jul 14, 1944

Ht: 6'2"Wt: 195 lbs.

Birthplace
Batesville, IN

Summary
William John McCool (born July 14, 1944 in Batesville, Indiana) was a left-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball. He played the bulk of his short career with the Cincinnati Reds and spent a year each with the San Diego Padres and St. Louis Cardinals. In 1965 and '66 he was second in the National League in saves and in 1966, he was named a National League All-Star. In 1968 McCool suffered a...
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Trivia
  • As a 19 year old rookie in 1964 he teamed with Sammy Ellis to give the Reds the best left-right late game relief combo in the majors.

Nicknames
Cool Billy and McGoo

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Cincinnati Reds - Billy McCool - 1965 Postcard
by RAB88 Sep 03, 2012
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Cincinnati Reds - Billy McCool - 1965 Topps Card
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Updated personal notes for Billy McCool
Edited the personal notes for Billy McCool.
  • Added trivia: "As a 19 year old rookie in 1964 he teamed with Sammy Ellis to give the Reds the best left-right late game relief combo in the majors."
  • Added nicknames: "Cool Billy and McGoo"
by dwilson Mar 03, 2010
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