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Bob Gibson Edit Profile

also known as Pack Robert Gibson

sportscaster , professional baseball player

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.

Background

Gibson, Bob was born on November 9, 1935 in Omaha. Son of Pack Gobson and Victoria Gibson.

Education

Student, Creighton University.

Career

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.

Achievements

  • Achievements include Pitching a no-hitter against the Pittsburgh Pirates, August 14, 1971.

Works

Connections

Married Wendy Nelson. Children: Annette, Renee.

father:
Pack Gobson

mother:
Victoria Gibson

spouse:
Wendy Nelson

children:
Annette Gibson

Renee Gibson