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These former and current athletes in baseball, soccer and basketball have reason to celebrate

Sept. 12, 1940

Mickey Lolich

(age 79)

The former Lincoln High star pitched 18 seasons in the major leagues, winning 217 games with a 3.44 ERA and 2,832 strikeouts and capturing a World Series title in 1968 with the Detroit Tigers. He was an All-Star three times and was named MVP of the '68 Fall Classic.

Sept. 13, 1945

Rick Wise

(age 74)

From Madison High, he was a big-league pitcher for 18 seasons, posting 188 victories and a 3.69 career ERA with 1,647 strikeouts. A two-time All-Star, he tossed a no-hitter in 1971 and won Game 6 for the Boston Red Sox in their 1975 World Series duel with the Cincinnati Reds.

Sept. 14, 1987

Katherine Reynolds

(age 32)

The Portland Thorns defender is a 5-8 native of San Clemente, Calif., and former standout at Santa Clara.

Sept. 14, 1994

Gabby Seiler

(age 25)

The Portland Thorns defender hails from Peachtree City, Ga., and played college soccer for Florida.

Sept. 15,1980

Mike Dunleavy Jr.

(age 39)

As the son of then-Trail Blazers coach Mike Dunleavy, he led Jesuit to the state championship, then starred for Duke and spent 17 years in the NBA, averaging 11.2 points per game. The 6-9 Dunleavy Jr. is assistant GM of the Golden State Warriors.


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