Tug McGraw

Frank Edwin "Tug" McGraw, Jr. (August 30, 1944 – January 5, 2004) was an American professional baseball relief pitcher and the father of Country music singer and actor Tim McGraw. As a Major League Baseball (MLB) player, Tug McGraw is often remembered for coining the phrase, "Ya Gotta Believe", which became a popular rallying cry for the New York Mets teams of the mid-60s and early 70s, and for recording the final out, via a strikeout of the Kansas City Royals' Willie Wilson, in the 1980 World Series, thereby bringing the Philadelphia Phillies their first world championship. He was the last active big league player to have played under legendary manager Casey Stengel. Provided by Wikipedia
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by McGraw, Tug, 1944-2004.
Published 1974
Subjects: '; ...McGraw, Tug, 1944-2004....
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (ISLdb)170597, (ISUdb)210206)
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by McGraw, Tug, 1944-2004.
Published 2004
Subjects: '; ...McGraw, Tug, 1944-2004....
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (SICdb)1579624)
Book
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