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Johnny Sain

Johnny Sain
MLB Player information
NameJohnny Sain
PositionPitcher
BatsRight
ThrowsRight
MLB debutApril 24, 1942 for the Boston Braves
Last MLB appearanceJuly 15, 1955 for the Kansas City Athletics
Career statistics
Win loss record139 116
Earned run average3.49
Strikeouts910
Teams
As player * Boston Braves (1942, 1946 1951) * New York Yankees (1951 1955) * Kansas City Athletics (1955) As coach * Kansas City Athletics (1959) * New York Yankees (1961 1963) * Minnesota Twins (1965 1966) * Detroit Tigers (1967 1969) * Chicago White Sox (1971 1975) * Atlanta Braves (1977, 1985 1986)

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John Franklin Sain (September 25, 1917 - November 7, 2006) was an American right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball who was best known for teaming with left-hander Warren Spahn on the Boston Braves teams from 1946 to 1951. He was the runner-up for the National League's Most Valuable Player Award in the Braves' pennant-winning season of 1948, after leading the National League in wins, complete games and innings pitched. He later became further well known as one of the top pitching coaches in the majors.

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Sain (Stephan, filho de Marcelo D2), DJ Alves e Shock, do grupo Start, passaram pelo showlivre (www.showlivre.com) para falar do clipe da música "Que vença o...
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Sain (Stephan, filho de Marcelo D2), DJ Alves e Shock, do grupo Start, passaram pelo showlivre (www.showlivre.com) para falar do clipe da música "Que vença o...
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Nasir Saein Plays Dhol in the Sufi style only they know how to. TDF meet them in Oslo and are blown away at their skills!
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Read More on This Day in Baseball - http://www.thebaseballpage.com August 28, 1990, Ryne Sandberg of the Chicago Cubs becomes the first second baseman in his...
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7" single Hän Sinun On / Kun Hänet Nähdä Sain (Scandia) 1964 alunperin The Beatles "She Loves You" (1963) written by John Lennon-Paul McCartney , suom san Sa...
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7" single Hän Sinun On / Kun Hänet Nähdä Sain (Scandia) 1964 alunperin The Beatles "I Saw Her Standing There" (1963) written by John Lennon-Paul McCartney , ...
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noom sain deel twee o when the noom saints edited by pjetterpjotter.
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Pitching and coaching great Johnny Sain shows you how to grip and spin a baseball for a curveball, fastball, slider, and screwball using his Sain Spinner.
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Traed Wadin mid 80's.
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Raj Dholi - Studio.
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Proud Students, RHA host guest speakers at 'Don't Sink LSU' event - LSU The Reveille Tweet this news
LSU The Reveille--The event featured three guest speakers: Brian -Sain-, Proud Students member and English junior, -John- Proveti, French studies professor, and Kevin Carman, ... - Date : Tue, 09 Nov 2010 06:20:09 GMT+00:00
Red Sox will expect pitching coach Curt Young to play a major role on their staff - MassLive.com Tweet this news
MassLive.com--Coaching stars from -Johnny Sain- to Leo Mazzone elevated the job. In Boston, Farrell's departure is a big loss. No coach is irreplaceable, and Young, ... - Date : Tue, 02 Nov 2010 19:49:52 GMT+00:00
Classic (final?) image - The City Wire Tweet this news
The City Wire--Jaxon -Sain-, 3, watches Ron Whittaker as he signs his grounds pass on Sunday at Hardscrabble Fort Smith Classic. Chris Kirk of Georgia won the 2010 Fort ... - Date : Thu, 01 Jul 2010 14:33:33 GMT+00:00
MLB: As Pitch Counts Fall and Dollars Rise, Are Current Pitchers Babied? - Bleacher Report Tweet this news
Bleacher Report--Milwaukee Braves great -Johnny Sain- tried to throw as much as he could. Leo Mazzone, one of the best pitching coaches known today, recommended the four-man ... - Date : Tue, 04 May 2010 02:04:42 GMT+00:00
Robin Roberts, 83, Famed Phillies pitcher was for a short time a New York Yankee - Examiner.com Tweet this news
Examiner.com--In a February 20, 1962 New York Times article, pitching coach -Johnny Sain- remarked about Roberts' ability to bolster the Yankees staff. ... - Date : Thu, 06 May 2010 22:29:53 GMT+00:00
Padilla tardará - El Nuevo Diario Tweet this news
El Nuevo Diario--“Cada lanzamiento puede ser el último en la vida de un pitcher”, advierte -Johnny Sain- en su famoso libro, con espacio para abordar los múltiples riesgos que ... - Date : Tue, 04 May 2010 08:01:22 GMT+00:00

Preceded by
Ewell Blackwell
National League Wins Champion
1948
Succeeded by
Warren Spahn
Preceded by
Spud Chandler
Kansas City Athletics Pitching Coach
1959
Succeeded by
Freddie Fitzsimmons
Preceded by
Eddie Lopat
New York Yankees Pitching Coach
1961-1963
Succeeded by
Whitey Ford
Preceded by
Gordon Maltzberger
Minnesota Twins Pitching Coach
1965-1966
Succeeded by
Early Wynn
Preceded by
Stubby Overmire
Detroit Tigers Pitching Coach
1967-1969
Succeeded by
Mike Roarke
Preceded by
Hugh Mulcahy
Chicago White Sox Pitching Coach
1971-1975
Succeeded by
Ken Silvestri
Preceded by
Herm Starrette
Rube Walker
Atlanta Braves Pitching Coach
1977
1985-1986
Succeeded by
Cloyd Boyer
Bruce Dal Canton

New York Yankees 1951 World Series Champions

1 Billy Martin * 5 Joe DiMaggio * 7 Mickey Mantle * 8 Yogi Berra * 9 Bobby Brown * 10 Phil Rizzuto * 11 Johnny Sain * 12 Gil McDougald * 14 Gene Woodling * 17 Vic Raschi * 21 Bob Kuzava * 22 Allie Reynolds * 25 Hank Bauer * 29 Charlie Silvera * 30 Ed Lopat * 35 Joe Ostrowski * 36 Johnny Mize * 38 Johnny Hopp * 40 Bobby Hogue * 41 Joe Collins * 42 Jerry Coleman * 52 Tom Morgan
Manager 37 Casey Stengel
Coaches: 2 Frankie Crosetti * 15 Tommy Henrich * 31 Jim Turner * 33 Bill Dickey

New York Yankees 1952 World Series Champions

1 Billy Martin * 7 Mickey Mantle * 8 Yogi Berra * 9 Hank Bauer * 10 Phil Rizzuto * 11 Johnny Sain * 12 Gil McDougald * 14 Gene Woodling * 17 Vic Raschi * 18 Ray Scarborough * 21 Bob Kuzava * 22 Allie Reynolds * 24 Tom Gorman * 25 Irv Noren * 29 Charlie Silvera * 30 Ed Lopat * 32 Ralph Houk * 36 Johnny Mize * 40 Ewell Blackwell * 41 Joe Collins
Manager 37 Casey Stengel
Coaches: 2 Frankie Crosetti * 31 Jim Turner * 33 Bill Dickey

New York Yankees 1953 World Series Champions

1 Billy Martin * 7 Mickey Mantle * 8 Yogi Berra * 9 Hank Bauer * 10 Phil Rizzuto * 11 Johnny Sain * 12 Gil McDougald * 14 Gene Woodling * 15 Joe Collins * 16 Whitey Ford * 17 Vic Raschi * 18 Jim McDonald * 21 Bob Kuzava * 22 Allie Reynolds * 24 Tom Gorman * 25 Irv Noren * 29 Charlie Silvera * 30 Ed Lopat * 36 Johnny Mize * 38 Art Schallock * 45 Don Bollweg
Manager 37 Casey Stengel
Coaches: 2 Frankie Crosetti * 31 Jim Turner * 32 Ralph Houk * 33 Bill Dickey

New York Yankees 1961 World Series Champions

1 Bobby Richardson * 6 Clete Boyer * 7 Mickey Mantle * 8 Yogi Berra * 9 Roger Maris * 10 Tony Kubek * 11 Héctor López * 12 Billy Gardner * 14 Bill Skowron * 15 Jack Reed * 16 Whitey Ford (World Series MVP) * 22 Bill Stafford * 23 Ralph Terry * 28 Bud Daley * 32 Elston Howard * 38 Johnny Blanchard * 39 Jim Coates * 47 Luis Arroyo
Manager 35 Ralph Houk
Coaches: 2 Frankie Crosetti * 29 Earl Torgeson * 31 Johnny Sain * 36 Wally Moses * 44 Jim Hegan

New York Yankees 1962 World Series Champions

1 Bobby Richardson * 6 Clete Boyer * 7 Mickey Mantle * 8 Yogi Berra * 9 Roger Maris * 10 Tony Kubek * 11 Héctor López * 14 Bill Skowron * 15 Tom Tresh * 16 Whitey Ford * 22 Bill Stafford * 23 Ralph Terry (World Series MVP) * 26 Dale Long * 28 Bud Daley * 30 Marshall Bridges * 32 Elston Howard * 38 Johnny Blanchard * 39 Jim Coates * 56 Jim Bouton
Manager 35 Ralph Houk
Coaches: 2 Frankie Crosetti * 44 Jim Hegan * 36 Wally Moses * 55 Spud Murray * 31 Johnny Sain

Detroit Tigers 1968 World Series Champions

1 Ray Oyler * 2 Tom Matchick * 3 Dick McAuliffe * 5 Jim Northrup * 6 Al Kaline * 7 Eddie Mathews * 8 Don Wert * 11 Bill Freehan * 12 Jim Price * 15 Fred Lasher * 16 Earl Wilson * 17 Denny McLain * 18 John Hiller * 21 Joe Sparma * 22 Pat Dobson * 23 Willie Horton * 24 Mickey Stanley * 25 Norm Cash * 26 Gates Brown * 27 Wayne Comer * 29 Mickey Lolich (World Series MVP) * 39 Jon Warden * 43 Daryl Patterson * 44 Dick Tracewski * 47 Don McMahon
Manager 10 Mayo Smith
Coaches: 50 Tony Cuccinello * 51 Wally Moses * 52 Hal Naragon * 53 Johnny Sain



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