McNally won 20 games four straight seasons
Dave McNally, who pitched the Baltimore Orioles to their first World Series championship and later posted the landmark legal win that led to baseball's free-agent era and multimillion-dollar salaries, has died of cancer. He was 60.
McNally died late Dec. 1 in his hometown of Billings, Mont., said John Michelotti of Michelotti Sawyers & Nordquist Funeral Home.
A three-time All-Star and four-time 20-game winner, McNally beat
the Los Angeles Dodgers 1-0 to complete the ...
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