Former Major League Pitcher Frank Tanana Speaks at MSU Baseball First Pitch Dinner in February

Michigan native and former Major League pitcher Frank Tanana is lending his time to an in-state program. He has been named speaker for Michigan State baseball's 13th Annual First Pitch Dinner. 

The event takes place on February 4th at the Kellogg Center at 12 p.m. A silent auction and player autographs with the 2018 Spartans will be available before the formal program and dinner at 1 p.m. 

Individual tickets are $50. Tickets for MSU baseball alumni are $40, $25 for college students and $15 for children and students. 

The California Angels selected Tanana in the first round of the 1971 MLB Draft. He went on to a 21-year career with six different teams after debuting with the Angels in 1973. 

Tanana won 240 games, recorded over 2,700 strikeouts and retired with a 3.66 ERA. He was a three-time American League All-Star from 1876-78. 

Tanana led baseball in strikeouts in 1974 and the AL in ERA in 1977. He was inducted into the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame and the National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame. 

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