Hoyt Wilhelm pitches no-hitter vs. Yankees
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Alex Coffey was the communications specialist at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Lou Brock and Hoyt Wilhelm elected to the Hall of Fame
On Jan. 7, 1985 two players who perfected two unpredictable aspects of the game joined the Hall of Fame.
Cubs trade Hoyt Wilhelm to Braves for Hal Breeden
In 1970, when Hoyt Wilhelm was 47, he was traded to the Atlanta Braves in exchange for first baseman Hal Breeden.
Hoyt Wilhelm’s career ends at 49
The Los Angeles Dodgers released the 49-year-old Wilhelm on July 21, 1972, ending the future Hall of Famer’s record-setting and age-defying career.