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Born Robert Harvey James in Glendale, California, Bob James was drafted by the Montreal Expos in 1976. Playing for the minors for 2 years, his first MLB game was September 7th, 1978. Playing for the Expos until 1984, he was traded to the Chicago White Sox. In the 1985 season he saved 32 games for the White Sox, putting him behind only Dan Quisenberry for the total number of saves by a pitcher in the American League, a record at the time. His last MLB appearance was October 2nd, 1987.