Cisco Carlos

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Francisco Manuel Carlos

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Cisco Carlos pitched a complete game shutout on September 14, 1967 as a member of the Chicago White Sox against the Cleveland Indians. He pitched 10 innings, giving up 5 hits, walking none and striking out 2 as the White Sox won, 4-0, on a 10th inning grand slam by Don Buford. Cisco saw action in each season from 1967 to 1970, finishing with an 11-18 record and 3.72 ERA in 73 games. With the Denver Bears of the American Association, he led the league with 13 wins in 1970, retiring after a 1973 season spent in the Houston Astros chain.

He had a 352 ERA+ his first season, a 253 ERA+ his last season, and a 77 ERA+ in-between.

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