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Dick Stigman is a native Minnesotan, having been born in Nimrod, Minnesota and graduating from Sebeka High School. The Left Hander signed as an amateur free agent in 1954 and made his first appearance in the Major Leagues at the age of 24 on April 22, 1960, with the Cleveland Indians. In his rookie year with the Indians, Dick impressed enough to be named to the American League All-Star team. Following the 1961 season, he was traded to the Twins where he established himself in a starting rotation that included other current and former Camp Pro Staff members, Camilo Pascual, Jim Kaat and Lee Stange. He was a member of the 1965 Twins pitching staff that brought the first American Pennant to the Twin Cities. Dick made his final career appearance with the Boston Red Sox on September 10, 1966. Over his six year big league career, Dick made 235 appearances, pitched nearly a thousand innings with 30 complete games, including a 4-hit shutout of the New York Yankees for the Twins on July 3, 1964. He posted 755 career strikeouts and an ERA of 4.03.

Throws: Left
Bats: Right
Born: January 24, 1936 - Nimrod, MN
Major League Teams:
Cleveland Indians (1960-1961)
Minnesota Twins (1962-1965)
Boston Red Sox (1966)

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