3-time All-Star and 16-time Gold Glove Award winning pitcher during his four-decade career.
He played for the Hope College Flying Dutchman before signing his first professional contract with the Washington Senators.
He never received the Cy Young Award, but he won 25 games in 1966.
He had four children and six grandchildren with his third wife MaryAnn, who passed away in 2008.
He won two fewer Gold Glove awards than fellow pitcher Greg Maddux .