Michael Kendall Flanagan (December 16, 1951 – August 24, 2011)  was an American professional baseball left-handed pitcher, front office executive, and color commentator. He spent 18 years as a player in Major League Baseball (MLB) with the Baltimore Orioles (1975–1987, 1991–1992) and the Toronto Blue Jays (1987–1990).
Dec 16, 2010 · Mike Flanagan Position: Pitcher Bats: Left • Throws: Left 6-0 , 185lb (183cm, 83kg) Born: December 16, 1951 in Manchester, NH us More bio, uniform, draft, salary info Cy Young 1x All-Star 1983 World Series 46 46 46 46 Become a Stathead & surf this site ad-free. SUMMARY Career WAR 25.5 W 167 L 143 ERA 3.90 G 526 GS 404 SV 4 IP 2770.0 SO 1491 WHIP
- December 16, 1951
Aug 25, 2011 · Flanagan was a crafty left-hander who went 167-143 with a 3.90 ERA in 18 seasons with Baltimore and Toronto. He was 141-116 with Baltimore and is a member of the team's Hall of Fame.
Sep 20, 2013 · Mike Flanagan was the ace of a Baltimore Orioles staff for over a decade. The 1979 Cy Young Award winner helped the Orioles to two World Series appearances and was part of a combined no-hitter in 1991. He relied on a repertoire of pitches, including a fastball, heavy sinker, slow curve, and changeup.
Aug 26, 2011 · Maybe that’s the reason Flanagan, a Manchester, N.H. native forever identified with Baltimore, pointed a shotgun at his head and ended his life Wednesday at age 59, leaving so many admirers and...
Sep 7, 2011 · According to Baseball Almanac, Flanagan is the 85th major leaguer or ex-major leaguer to commit suicide. Of course the actual figure is higher, as it doesn't include those men who wittingly...
Michael Kendall Flanagan was a Major League Baseball player who pitched for the Baltimore Orioles ( 1975 - 1987 ), Toronto Blue Jays ( 1987 - 1990 ), and Baltimore Orioles ( 1991 - 1992 ). Prior to the 1982 season Flanny, his nickname, was seeking $485,000 in his salary arbitration case.
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Aug 26, 2011 · Mike Flanagan, the Baltimore left-hander who won the 1979 Cy Young Award as the American League’s leading pitcher and who later worked as an Orioles executive, coach and broadcaster, died of a...
Aug 25, 2011 · Former Orioles pitcher Mike Flanagan was found dead on his property in Baltimore County, Maryland, on Wednesday afternoon, the Baltimore Sun reported, citing team sources.
Aug 25, 2011 · Mike Flanagan's peerless control made him one of Baltimore's best pitchers. AP Photo. I will remember him only with fondness. I will remember him as a great teammate, and a very good pitcher, a ...
May 17, 2019 · He was 59.” Mike Flanagan (left) in 2008 with an Orioles fan. (Photo: Keith Allison/Flickr) That was when I shouted out loud on the bus. He’d had a fine career. And then he killed himself? I hit the Internet. I learned Flanagan had shot himself in the backyard of his home outside Baltimore.
Pitcher Mike Flanagan played 18 seasons for the Orioles and Blue Jays. Flanagan had 167 wins, 143 losses, an earned run average of 3.90, and 1,491 strikeouts. He won 1 Cy Young Award and was selected to play in 1 All-Star Game.