This week’s 5 Questions With… features Jerry Reuss. Reuss is a former MLB pitcher whose career spanned 22 seasons and included stops in 8 cities including two stints with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Jerry would spend his first three MLB seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals, the team that drafted him in the second round of the 1967 draft. He would go on to be part of the Astros, Pirates (twice), Dodgers, Reds, Angels, White Sox, and Brewers organizations throughout his career. Arguably the biggest moment of his career came on June 27, 1980 when, as a member of the dodgers, he threw a no-hitter against the San Francisco Giants. He is also one of only 29 players to play in four different decades.
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