Dick Ellsworth, who pitched for the Cubs and others from 1958-1971, passed away on October 10, 2022 at age 82.
Ellsworth played for 13 season, the first 8 with the Cubs. After a 1 game cup of coffee in 1958, he returned to the Cubs in 1960 and was a fixture in their starting rotation for the next 7 seasons. Ellsworth won 22 games in 1963, but also lost 22 in 1966. He made the All-Star team in 1964.
After one season (1967) with the Phillies, he played his final 4 seasons with the Red Sox, Indians, and Brewers. He was a starting pitcher until his final 2 seasons.