Home Sports LaMarr Hoyt, the 1983 AL Cy Young winner for the Chicago White Sox, dies at 66: ‘What a great competitor’

LaMarr Hoyt, the 1983 AL Cy Young winner for the Chicago White Sox, dies at 66: ‘What a great competitor’

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“We would sit around and talk pitching for hours,” said Dotson, who won 22 games with the Sox in 1983 and finished fourth in the Cy Young Award voting, in a statement. “He really knew how to pitch. His stuff was never great, but he had a great sinker and exceptional command. LaMarr, Britt Burns, Harold Baines and I all came up to the big leagues around the same time and grew up together, which eventually led to that memorable 1983 season.

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