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Reggie Cleveland from the Chronology
Jun 20, 1978 - Toronto is defeated for the 3rd consecutive game by a Canadian-born pitcher. The Blue Jays lose to John Hiller of Detroit after having previously tasted defeat at the hands of Ferguson Jenkins and Reggie Cleveland of the Texas Rangers.
Jun 15, 1978 - Hours after the game the Red Sox sell popular OF Bernie Carbo to the Indians the last of what the press dubbed as "The Outlaws." Others reportedly out of favor with manager Don Zimmer and dealt off include Fergie Jenkins Jim Willoughby Rick Wise and Reggie Cleveland. Sam Bowen is called up to take Carbo's place.
Sep 25, 1977 - Detroit pounds out 18 hits against Boston's Reggie Cleveland but they still lose 12-5. Fisk Hobson and Yaz all homer for Boston giving the Sox a total of 210.
Jun 12, 1977 - The Red Sox sweep their first doubleheader in two years beating Texas 3-2 and 2-0 behind Reggie Cleveland and Luis Tiant. The two were the winners of the last twinbill sweep on September 26 1975 when Boston clinched a tie for the Eastern title.
Sep 26, 1975 - Luis Tiant and Reggie Cleveland toss 4-0 shutouts at the Indians in both ends of doubleheader. This is the first back to back Red Sox shutouts since 1956 and the 2nd in 42 years. Aase and Cleveland will repeat the twinbill shutout on Sept. 5 1977 beating the Blue Jays at Toronto 8-0 and 6-0.