This loss was a bit personal for me as I was hanging out with Pat a few months back in a bar having a couple of drinks with him and ciggarettes
He was a really nice guy and was pretty funny especially when he was telling me his stories about playing with the Yankees.

Pat you will be missed R.I.P.

Pat Dobson, 64, Orioles Starter on a Staff of 20-Game Winners, Dies

Published: November 25, 2006
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 24 (AP) Pat Dobson, one of four starters to win 20 games for the Orioles in 1971 and later a member of an illustrious pitching staff in Baltimore and a savvy scouting department with the San Francisco Giants, died Wednesday night in the San Diego area. He was 64.

Dobson went 20-8 with a 2.90 earned run average for the American League champion Orioles in 1971, rounding out a rotation that also included the Hall of Famer Jim Palmer (20-9), Dave McNally (21-5) and Mike Cuellar (20-9).