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Jim Bibby
Born: October 29, 1944 (1944-10-29) (age 65)
Franklinton, North Carolina
Batted: Right Threw: Right 
MLB debut
September 4, 1972 for the St. Louis Cardinals
Last MLB appearance
May 26, 1984 for the Texas Rangers
Career statistics
Record     111-101
Earned run average     3.76
Strikeouts     1079
Career highlights and awards

James Blair Bibby (born October 29, 1944 in Franklinton, North Carolina) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher who played for the St. Louis Cardinals, Texas Rangers, Cleveland Indians, and Pittsburgh Pirates from 1972 to 1984.



Bibby was primarily a starting pitcher, although he also worked in relief towards the latter part of his career. He was an integral part of the 1979 Pirates team, who won the 1979 World Series.

On July 30, 1973, while with the Rangers, Bibby no-hit the Oakland Athletics at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 6-0, the first no-hitter in franchise history (from 1961 to 1971 the franchise had been known as the Washington Senators).

On May 19, 1981, at the age of 36 with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Bibby gave up a leadoff single to the Atlanta Braves' Terry Harper, then was perfect for the remainder of the game, proceeding to retire the next 27 straight batters. He pitched nine innings for the 5-0 shutout. On top of that he hit two doubles, going 2 for 3, and drove in a run and scored a run.


Bibby is the oldest brother of basketball player Henry Bibby and uncle of current NBA player Mike Bibby. He is married to Jacqueline Ann (Jordan) Bibby and has two daughters, Tamara Bibby of Washington, DC and Tanya Bibby (McClain) of Charlotte, NC.

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