Larry Loughlin

Larry Loughlin's left arm carried him through the South Puget Sound and all the way to a brief stint in Major League Baseball. Born Aug. 16, 1941, in Tacoma, he graduated from Bellarmine Prep and attended Santa Clara University. A 6-foot-1, 190-pound pitcher, he signed with the Philadelphia Phillies on June 2, 1964, as an amateur free agent. He made it all the way to the big league club in 1967, pitching a total of 5.1 innings in three games with five strikeouts.