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Paul Hartzell

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PAUL HARTZELL CALIFORNIA ANGELS PITCHER FROM LEHIGH

Paul F. Hartzell is a former Major League baseball pitcher who played in the American League from 1976 to 1984. During that time Hartzell pitched six seasons for the California Angels, Minnesota Twins, Baltimore Orioles, and Milwaukee Brewers. Hartzell retired in July 1981 but returned to baseball in 1984 and played in each level of professional baseball in one season, culminating with his first major league appearance since June 14, 1980 when he appeared in relief for the Milwaukee Brewers on September 15, 1984. While this streak is notable, it did not surpass the record set by Jim Bouton, who pitched in 1978 after previously pitching in 1970.
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