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Haddix Name Meaning English: patronymic form of Haddock 

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Harvey Haddix, Jr. (September 18, 1925 – January 8, 1994) was a Major League Baseball left-handed pitcher who played with the St. Louis Cardinals (1952–1956), Philadelphia Phillies (19561957), Cincinnati Redlegs (1958), Pittsburgh Pirates (1959–1963) and Baltimore Orioles (19641965). Haddix was born in Medway, Ohio, located just outside of Springfield. He was nicknamed "The Kitten" in St. Louis for his resemblance to Harry "The Cat" Brecheen, a left-hander on the Cardinals during Haddix's rookie campaign.[1]

Haddix enjoyed his best season in 1953 pitching for St. Louis. He compiled a 20-9 record with 163 strikeouts, a 3.06 ERA, 19 complete games and six shutouts. After five-plus seasons with the Cardinals, he was traded to the Phillies. He also pitched for Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, and finished as an effective reliever with the Orioles.[1] He was on the Pirate team that won the 1960 World Series, and was the winning pitcher of Game Seven as a reliever, the Pirates winning the game on Bill Mazeroski's walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth.

Haddix is perhaps best known for pitching 12 perfect innings in a game against the Milwaukee Braves; the Pirates lost the game in the 13th.

Margaret Peterson Haddix (born April 9, 1964) is an American author. She is best known for writing The Missing series and the Shadow Childrensequence. She also wrote the tenth volume in The 39 Clues series, published by Scholastic.

Margaret Peterson Haddix was born in 1964 in Washington Court House, Ohio, where she grew up on a farm. Her father was a farmer who raised corn, soybeans, wheat, hogs and cattle. Her mother's occupation was nursing.[2]

She received a Bachelor of Arts in creative writing and journalism from Miami University in 1987. She worked as a newspaper copy editor in Fort Wayne, Indiana; as a newspaper reporter inIndianapolis; and as a community college instructor and freelance writer in Danville, Illinois. Haddix and her husband, Doug, a newspaper editor, now live in Columbus, Ohio, with their two children.

In 2004, Simon & Schuster, threatened to sue the makers of M. Night Shyamalan's film The Village over alleged similarities with the plotline of her first novel Running Out of Time.[3][4][5] The filmmakers wrote off the similarities as "meritless"

 

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