Bob Gibson, American sportscaster, retired professional baseball player. Achievements include Pitching a no-hitter against the Pittsburgh Pirates, August 14, 1971. Recipient National League Cy Young award, 1968, 1970, Golden Glove award, 1965-1973; named National League Most Valuable Player, 1968, World Series Most Valuable Player, 1964, 1967; named to National League All-Star Team, 1962, 65-70, 72, The Baseball Hall of Fame, 1981.
Pitcher St. Louis Cardinals, 1959-1975. Coach New York Mets, 1981-1982, Atlanta Braves, 1982-1984. Broadcaster KMOX Sports Division, St. Louis.
Special advisory to American League president Gene Budig Major League Baseball, 1998. Special advisory St. Louis Cardinals.
- Sixty Feet, Six Inches: A Hall of Fame Pitcher & a Hall of Fame Hitter Talk About How the Game Is Played
- Bob Gibson and Reggie Jackson offer a candid and unfiltered look at America's pastime, discussing the art of pitching, the art of hitting, and all things baseball.
- Sixty Feet, Six Inches: A Hall of Fame Pitcher & a Hall of Fame Hitter Talk about How the Game Is Played (Paperback) - Common
- Subtitle on cover: A Hall of Fame hitter & a Hall of Fame pitcher talk about how the game is played.
- Sixty Feet, Six Inches: A Hall of Fame Pitcher & A Hall of Fame Hitter Talk about How the Game Is Played Played
Born November 9, 1935
1959 - 1975
1981 - 1982
1982 - 1984