Joel Edward Horlen (born August 14, 1937, in San Antonio, Texas) is a right-handed former Major League Baseball pitcher. Horlen pitched for the Chicago White Sox from 1961 to 1971, and the Oakland Athletics in 1972.
In his career, Horlen won 116 games against 117 losses, with a 3.11 earned run average and 1,065 strikeouts in 2,002 innings pitched.
He is the only baseball player to play for teams that won a Pony League World Series (1952), a College World Series (Oklahoma State-1959), and a Major League World Series (Oakland-1972).
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