Denny McLainDennis (*1944) is a former professional baseball player. He played for ten seasons in Major League Baseball as a right-handed pitcher, most prominently as a member of the Detroit Tigers. In 1968, Dennis became the last Major League Baseball pitcher to win 30 or more games during a season — a feat accomplished by only 11 players in the 20th century.
Dennis' success on the playing field led to endorsement opportunities from the Hammond Organ Company; he also made musical appearances in Las Vegas. He was invited to appear with his musical quartet on The Ed Sullivan Show along with his World Series opponent (and guitarist) Bob Gibson. Dennis also made appearances on The Steve Allen Show and The Joey Bishop Show. He also released two albums on Capitol Records.
Denny McLain At The Organ
Capitol Records ST 2881
Denny McLain, Hammond X-77 organ
Bob Schneider, tenor sax
Ernie Skuta, trumpet, flugelhorn
Eddie Kayne, bass
Ed Demetrak, drums
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