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Jack Kralick, first Twin to throw a no-hitter, dies at 77

The Minnesota Twins say Jack Kralick, the pitcher to throw the first no-hitter in a Twins uniform, has died at the age of 77. Kralick was an original Twin, coming to Minnesota with the Washington Senators in 1961.
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