Jim Colborn

Jim Colborn pitched for the Royals from 1977-1978 and owns one of four no-hitters in club history (1977). A former All-Star in 1973, the right-hander spent parts of ten seasons at the major league level with the Cubs, Brewers, Royals and Mariners, compiling marks of 83-88 with a 3.80 ERA. Colborn has gone on to make a career in “the grand game,” becoming a coach, manager and scout over the last 25+ years, where he still works in 2015 with the Texas Rangers in the Pacific Rim. Colborn recently joined Dave O to discuss the journey that took him from Edinburgh University in Scotland to the Big Leagues with the Cubs, from becoming the first 20 game winner in Brewers history (1973) to 18 wins in the Royals rotation (1977), what it was like appearing in the movie “For Love of the Game” and lots more! (Photo Courtesy Kansas City Royals)

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