Burt Hooton


Birthday: February 7

Chicago Cubs (1971-1975)

Top Ten in NL Wins for 4 seasons, none with the Cubs (1975, 1978, 1980-1981)

September 15, 1971
Burt Hooton gets his first career MLB victory with a complete game against the Mets.  Hooton strikes out 15 Mets batters and walks just 2, giving up 2 runs in a 3-2 Cubs victory in New York.

September 21, 1975
In just his 3rd MLB game pitched, Burt Hooton gets his first complete game shutout as he defeats the Mets at Wrigley Field 3-0.

April 16, 1972

Burt Hooten no-hitter, 7 K's 7 BB's vs Phillies at Wrigley Field

At the age of 22, Burt Hooton throws a no-hitter in only his 4th major league
start. The Cubs defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 4-0 behind Hooton who
struck out 7 Phillies, but walked 7 batters as well. Hooton ended with a
flurry as he struck out the last 2 batters in the ninth inning to complete
the no-hitter, Deron Johnson and Greg Luzinski.

May 16, 1972
At Philadelphia, Burt Hooton pitches a complete game, striking out 8 Phillies, giving up just 3 hits and one run as Cubs defeat the Phillies 8-1.

June 7, 1972
Burt Hooton scatters 13 Dodger hits, pitching a complete game, giving up just one run as Cubs defeat the Dodgers 5-1 in Los Angeles.

June 16, 1972
At Wrigley Field, Burt HOoton throws a 6-hit complete game shutout as the Cubs defeat the Dodgers 4-0 at Wrigley Field.

September 16, 1972
Burt Hooten hits a grand slam off Tom Seavar in an 18-5 Cubs win over Mets at Wrigley.

September 23, 1972
In game 1 of a doubleheader, Burt Hooton throws a 6-hit complete game shutout as the Cubs win game 1 2-0 over the Cardinals in St. Louis. 

April 19, 1973
In the 2nd game of a doubleheader, Burt Hooton throws a 3-hit complete game shutout as the Cubs defeat the Mets 7-0 in New York.

August 18, 1973
At Wrigley Field, Burt HOoton pitches a complete game, giving up 7 hits and one run as the Cubs defeat the Dodgers
2-1.

September 11, 1973
Burt Hooton pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Pirates at Wrigley Field. Cubs defeat Pirates 2-0.

May 20, 1974
At New York, Burt Hooton pitches a complete game, giving up just 4 hits and one run as Cubs defeat the Mets
2-1. 

May 2, 1975
Cubs trade Burt Hooton to Dodgers for Geoff Zahn and Eddie Solomon





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