Gerry Arrigo
Batted: Left Threw: Left
MLB Debut
June 12, 1961 for the Minnesota Twins
Final game
June 5, 1970 for the Chicago White Sox
Career Statistics
Win-Loss     35-40
ERA     4.14
Strikeouts     433
Career Highlights and Awards
  • Gerry threw two 1-hitters in his career, the first coming against the White Sox on June 26, 1964, and the last against the Mets on April 29, 1967

Gerald William Arrigo is a former Major League Baseball pitcher.

Before the 1960 season, he was signed as an amateur free agent by the Chicago White Sox, but was promptly drafted away from them by the Minnesota Twins in the 1960 first-year draft.

Gerry played his first game with the Twins on June 12, 1961, pitching an 1 1/3 innings in the start, giving up 3 earned runs in the 2nd inning. He was credited with the loss.

Arrigo threw two one-hit games in his career. On June 26, 1964, he had a no hitter going against the White Sox until Mike Hershberger slapped a single (baseball) to center in the top of the 9th inning. The second game on April 29, 1967, however, had no anticipation of a no-hitter as Gerry gave up the only hit of the game to the New York Mets' Jerry Grote in the first inning.

Gerry would go on to play his final MLB game with the White Sox on June 5, 1970

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