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Cy Greenlaw
Baseball (2005)  

While pitching for the Tacoma Tigers of the Western International League from 1946-48, Cy Greenlaw threw a no-hitter.
Greenlaw, born in Tacoma, played college baseball at St. Mary’s College in California from 1935-39. During the summer months, he also played for Superior Dairy of the Tacoma City League and for Wenatchee and Vancouver of the Western International League.
The left-hander joined the 1937 Johnson Paint semi-pro team that placed fifth at the American Amateur Baseball Congress national championship tournament in Wichita, Kansas. It was the first time that a Tacoma team had participated in the event. He earned All-America honors at the tournament.
He went on to play in the Mid-Atlantic League in Ohio and North Carolina from 1939 through 1941.