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(He later married Playboy Playmate Jo Collins, though the marriage was brief).

Belinsky's no-no was the first thrown in Chavez Ravine; which would surprise most people. Belinsky originally signed with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1956, with whom he spent two minor league seasons before pitching for various minor league affiliates of the Orioles organization, from 1958-61.Born on December 7th, 1936, Bo Belinsky once said, “It’s no fun knowing that in every home in America your home is celebrated as a day of infamy.” He was known for his self demeaning wit, his playboy persona, and his electric fastball.But by the time his career was over, he was also known as one of those tragic figures whose vices prevented him to ever reach his full potential. As a handsome 25-year old rookie, he won his first five starts, threw a no-hitter in his 4th start, and dated Playboy models, soon becaming the toast of the town in a city that rarely elevates baseball players to the level of movie stars.Despite great potential, his career dissipated under the onslaught of his lifestyle. But there’s always somebody who doesn’t give up on you.” Friends stood by him and helped straighten out his life. You always try to be somebody other than who you are. There were always parties and women and booze and drugs.He compiled a 28-51 record and pitched for the Angels, Phillies, Astros, Pirates and Reds. Anthony’s Hospital where he spoke at the first anniversary of a unit designed to help alcoholics. When we spoke in 1981, Belinsky said he had been sober for 5 1/2 years. At the time, he felt he could handle it.” I followed that with this quote from Belinsky: “Everybody who takes it says, ‘I can handle it; I can deal with it.’ They’re dealing with a loaded gun.” Belinsky told me on that long-ago day that he knew he wasn’t cured.Ross Newhan, The Times' longtime baseball writer, wrote in 2001 about his first encounter with Belinsky in Palm Springs in 1962.