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Tom House

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  1. Thomas Ross House is a former Major League Baseball player, as well as an author and a pitching coach

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  2. born April 29, 1947 in Seattle, Washington

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  3. A left-handed relief pitcher, House batted from the left side

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  4. He is 5'11" tall, and his official playing weight was 190 pounds

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  5. pitched at the University of Southern California, and he began his professional career after the Atlanta Braves selected him with the 48th overall pick of the 1967 draft's secondary phase, as part of the draft's third round

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