Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 1:54. He has three kids, Darron Stutton, Jaqueline Stutton, and Donald Stutton III. From being runners ups for 3 times in Miss California USA to a famous sports reporter and anchor, Heidi Watney has the perfect career... Pedro Jaime Martinez is the full name of one of the former professional baseball starting pitcher in Dominica. He also broadcasted golf, being an avid golfer himself. He also holds the major league record for number of consecutive losses to one team, having lost 13 straight games to the Chicago Cubs. A right-handed pitcher, Sutton played for the Sioux Falls Packers as a minor leaguer, and entered the major league at the age of 21. They are the only two Los Angeles Dodgers' twirlers, during their very first season, to strikeout more than two-hundred batters. He had a major fight with teammate Steve Garvey after Sutton expressed that Garvey had been getting more attention when Reggie Smith was clearly the team’s best player. | Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros, Milwaukee Brewers, Oakland Athletics, and California Angels. Copyright 1999- Donald Howard Sutton (born April 2, 1945) was born in Clio, Alabama, a small town in Barbour County, and on the same date as former Dodger teammate Reggie Smith. A minor baseball strike interrupted the season, causing him to return with a brilliant seven wins for one loss. Sutton had the best major league game in 1976 when the Dodgers finished the year with a 21-10 win-loss record. Donald Howard Sutton (born April 2, 1945) was born in Clio, Alabama, a small town in Barbour County, and on the same date as former Dodger teammate Reggie Smith. Sutton also worked for the Washington Nationals in the MASN N network until 2009, even though he had time left on his contract. Don Sutton was born on Monday, April 2, 1945, in Clio, Alabama. | Don has received several awards throughout his career.
His son, Daron, is a broadcaster for the Arizona Diamondbacks. He holds another record for pitching nine scoreless innings but got a no-decision seven times in his entire career.
He later attended the Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City for a year, and then Whitter College, California, despite wanting to study at Florida State University at the suggestion of his coach Dave Fuller. In 1995, 57.4% of the votes, in 1996 63.8% of the votes, in 1997 73.2% of the votes, and in 1998 Sutton received 81.6% of the vote - the only player selected for induction. Gaining fame and a new audience does not... Lisa Byington is a play-by-play sports commentator who has been active in the broadcasting business for a very long time. Don Sutton – Autographs and Baseball Cards I was playing to get to the big leagues. He played in Major League Baseball(MLB) as a right-hand pitcher. Technical Specs, See agents for this cast & crew on IMDbPro, producer / associate producer / executive producer (404 episodes, 1973-1980), executive producer (63 episodes, 1973-1980), associate producer / executive producer (23 episodes, 1973-1976), production supervisor (32 episodes, 1978-1980), production supervisor (7 episodes, 1973-1975), production supervisor (6 episodes, 1973-1975), production manager (4 episodes, 1973-1976), production manager (3 episodes, 1973-1975), associate director (7 episodes, 1973-1976), lighting director (3 episodes, 1974-1975), lighting director (2 episodes, 1973-1976), production assistant / program staff (7 episodes, 1973-1976), celebrity coordinator (7 episodes, 1973-1976), contestant coordinator (7 episodes, 1973-1976), creative consultant: Goodson-Todman (4 episodes, 1974-1976), production assistant / assistant to producer (4 episodes, 1974-1976), assistant to producer / production assistant (unknown episodes). Smarter Podcasts is a production channel of, Pitcher Don Sutton Talks About Being on The Dating Game, https://www.smarterpodcasts.com/podcast-player/4571/pitcher-don-sutton-talks-dating-game.mp3, Whitey Ford on His Career Options Outside of Baseball, Pitcher Rick Sutcliffe Greatest Hitting Adversary was Pete Rose, Dave Parker Values the Friendships Created at the All-Star Game, April 14, 1966, for the Los Angeles Dodgers, August 9, 1988, for the Los Angeles Dodgers. They later had to be separated by teammates and team officials after the brawl turned ugly, controversial, and a field day for the media and press present. He was initially skeptical about this trade because he hoped to be in California to live at home and be with his family. He divided his duties between Dodgers’ cable telecasts on Z channel and Atlanta Braves, which telecasted on TBS. Don Sutton became a free agent after the season of 1980. Where what happened yesterday is being preserved today. Sutton holds a record for most at-bats without a home run (1,354). Last Game: August 9, 1988 (Age 43-129d) vs. CIN 7.0 IP, 7 H, 5 SO, 3 BB, 5 ER, L Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 1998. Some athletes are just competitive and trophy-holder. Second place in the Senior Circuit that year was Steve Carlton (2.34 ERA). | There he played baseball, basketball, and football. He went back to the Atlanta Braves to work as a radio broadcaster. Last Game: August 9, 1988 (Age 43-129d) vs. CIN 7.0 IP, 7 H, 5 SO, 3 BB, 5 ER, L Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 1998. Sadly, Don Sutton doesn’t appear to be on any social media platform as of now. Learn how your comment data is processed.
In the final game of the 1980 season, Sutton was called on to complete a game winning save, 4-3, over Houston, forcing a one-game playoff — a poetic conclusion to a brilliant span of 15 years in L.A. Sutton started his broadcasting career in 1989 with the Atlanta Braves on TBS, a position that he held through 2006. During his time in the Los Angeles Dodgers, his impeccable record wins made him a hot commodity in the market.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Clio is also the birthplace of the late Alabama governor George Wallace. He was the mainstay of a ball club with a pitching-rich tradition, a career that spanned from the Drysdale-Koufax era (1966) to Fernando Valenzuela (1980). His candidacy and subsequent election were controversial, with critics pointing out that he had never won a Cy Young Award, had won 20 games only once, and had rarely led his league in any statistical category. However, he won all-country, all-conference, and all-state for both the seasons he led his team. 209 - Don Sutton had two-hundred nine strikeouts his rookie year, the most by a senior circuit rookie pitcher since Grover Alexander in 1911. Don Sutton – Social Media. Don was traded to Oakland Athletics in 1985 in exchange for Ray Burris. A multiple sports broadcaster... You have entered an incorrect email address! He pitched 10 innings with nine earned runs and one loss, which was quite impressive.
They lost the 1974 world series eventually. He also holds the major league record for number of consecutive losses to one team, having lost 13 straight games to the Chicago Cubs. He left TBS after the 2006 season, mainly because the network will broadcast fewer games in future seasons. Template:Los Angeles Dodgers. With Gene Rayburn, Don Sutton, Brett Somers, Charles Nelson Reilly. On the contrary, they are heroes in real life. Join Baseball Almanac as we take a look at some additional "Black & Decker" numbers of interest: 0 - Don Sutton never spent a single day on the disabled list, never won a Cy Young Award, never threw a no-hitter (but did have five one-hitters), and never hit a home run (but had 1,354 at-bats making giving him the fifth worst at-bat to home run ratio in Major League history). A 4-time All-Star, Sutton was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1998. Do you know who preceded him? The Sporting News awarded Sutton with the Rookie Pitcher of the Year Award. His son, Daron, is a broadcaster for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Smarter Podcasts.com, Delivering Sound Advice. April 14, 1966 is also the same day that Greg Maddux was born. in the postseason of the NFL.
He left TBS in 2006 because they had few games and cut back on their broadcasting. Don Sutton had a relatively quiet personal life. At the time he was born his father was 18 and his mother was 15. He was released from the team on August 10. Sutton started his broadcasting career in 1989 with the Atlanta Braves on TBS, a position that he held through 2006. She worried because she didnt know a Mickey, or a Whitey, or a Yogi, or a Moose, or an Elston, but I played with them every day. He won a total of 324 games, 58 of them shutouts and five of them one-hitters, and he is eighth on baseball’s all-time strikeout list with 3,574 K’s. He is often found making references to these hobbies during commentaries or broadcasting.
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