Dick Bosman (born February 17, 1944 in Kenosha, Wisconsin), is a former Major League Baseball starting pitcher. In 11-year career he played for the Washington Senators (1966-71), Texas Rangers (1972-73), Cleveland Indians (1973-75) and Oakland Athletics (1975-76). He batted and threw right-handed.
Bosman was a hard thrower pitcher with an excellent control. In 1969 he compiled a 14-9 mark and led the league in earned run average (2.19). He reached a career-high 16 victories in 1970, and won 11 in 1975 to help Oakland to a division title.
Bosman compiled a career 82-85 record with 757 strikeouts and a 3.67 ERA in 1591 innings. After retiring, he has served as a pitching coach for the Orioles, Rangers and Devil Rays.
On July 19, 1974 Bosman pitched a 4-0 no-hitter game against Oakland, losing a perfect game on his own throwing error in the 4th inning. Earlier on August 14, 1970, he threw a 1-0 shutout against Minnesota. C├ęsar Tovar gave him the Twins only hit, a single. Trivia
A long time resident of Pinellas County in Florida, Bosman spends his time rebuilding old cars into hot rods. His daily ride is a fire red 1936 Chevy two-door sedan with a 330 horsepower (246 kW) Corvette engine, cruise control, air conditioning and power windows. The body and the backseat are the only things '36 on that car. He also has rebuilt about a dozen cars, including a 1946 Chevy he sold to former Devil Rays pitcher Bobby Witt and a 1933 Ford two-door sedan for the left-handed David Wells.