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Bo Belinsky net worth, biography and wiki:Robert "Bo" Belinsky (December 7, 1936 – November 23, 2001) was an American left-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball, who became an instant southern California celebrity as a rookie with the original Los Angeles Angels, especially when the fourth of his season-opening four straight wins was a no-hitter against his former organization, the Baltimore Orioles. Belinsky is one of only two pitchers in Angels franchise history to start his career with a four-game winning streak or better (the other being Jered Weaver). Wikipedia
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|1||Developed a baseball academy at a Saturn dealership, in Las Vegas, Nv, where he used to work as a Saturn dealer.|
|2||Subject of a biography by Maury Allen.|
|3||When the Los Angeles Angels drafted him in 1961, he scornfully turned down their contract, saying he could make more money hustling pool--which is what he used to do before he became a professional baseball player.|
|4||Gave up Hank Aaron's 400th home run (20 April 1966).|
|5||Former professional pool hustler.|
|6||His Jewish mother converted to Catholicism at the time of her marriage to Belinsky's father.|
|7||Threw a no-hitter against the Baltimore Orioles on 5 May 1962, the team the Los Angeles Angels had bought him from. Belinsky "credited" the no-no to a girl he had picked up the night before. He'd later claim that his career tanked because his repeated efforts to track her down failed.|
|8||Went 28-51 with the Angels (1962-1964), Philadelphia Phillies (1965-1966), Houston Astros (1967), Pittsburgh Pirates (1969) and Cincinnati Reds (1970).|
|9||Did charity work on behalf of his church, the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.|
|10||After years of drug and alcohol abuse, he became a born-again Christian, joining the Pentacostal church in 1998.|
|11||Married and divorced paper heiress Janie Weyerhaeuser, with whom he had twin daughters.|
|12||Dated Ann-Margret, Tina Louise, Juliet Prowse and Connie Stevens.|
|13||Nicknamed "Bo" after the middleweight boxer Carl 'Bobo' Olson in tribute to his street brawling.|
|14||Once engaged to Mamie Van Doren.|
|15||Professional baseball pitcher.|
|16||Pitched for the American League's Los Angeles Angels, 1962-1964; and the National League's Philadelphia Phillies (1965-1966), Houston Astros (1967), Pittsburgh Pirates (1969), and Cincinnati Reds (1970).|
|Play It to the Bone||1999||Party Guest (as Bo Bolinski)|
|C'mon, Let's Live a Little||1967||Bo-Bo|
|The Lloyd Bridges Show||1963||TV Series||Hansen|
|That Regis Philbin Show||1964||TV Series||Himself|
|The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson||1963||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|77 Sunset Strip||1963||TV Series||Himself|
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|1||I've gotten more mileage out of winning 28 games than most guys do winning 200.|
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