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Charles Nagy
Pitcher
Born: May 5, 1967 (1967-05-05) (age 42)
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Batted: Left Threw: Right 
MLB debut
June 29, 1990 for the Cleveland Indians
Last MLB appearance
June 1, 2003 for the San Diego Padres
Career statistics
Win-Loss record     129-105
Earned run average     4.51
Strikeouts     1,242
Teams
Career highlights and awards

Charles Harrison Nagy (born on May 5, 1967 in Bridgeport, Connecticut) is a former Major League Baseball all-star right-handed pitcher. He played for 14 seasons in the major leagues, from 1990 to 2003, and he currently serves as the pitching coach for Cleveland Indians Triple-A team, the Columbus Clippers.

As a young boy, he lived for a few years in St. Petersburg, Florida, where he played Little League and was coached by his uncle, Sanford Harrison. Nagy attended Roger Ludlowe High School in Fairfield, Connecticut[1] where he starred in baseball and football. He anchored a strong senior class laden with talent including Scott Rabacs. He attended the University of Connecticut.

Nagy was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the first round he was the 17th pick of the 1988 amateur draft. He was a member of the 1988 USA Olympic baseball team. He played at the major league level from the 1990 through 2002 with Cleveland, and he finished fourth in the Cy Young Award voting in 1996. His last season, 2003, was with the San Diego Padres.

He was inducted in the Kinston Professional Baseball Hall of Fame in 2004, and the Cleveland Indians Team Hall of Fame on August 11, 2007.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.fairfieldcountysports.com/hall_of_fame_members/nagy.html

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Preceded by
Randy Johnson
American League All-Star Game Starting Pitcher
1996
Succeeded by
Randy Johnson
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