Doc Ellis was the workhorse of the Pittsburgh PIrates team in 1970 when he hurled 202 innings, posted a 13-10 mark, 3.21 ERA ... spun a no-hitter against the Padres on June 12th 1970 ... ranks as one of the top pitchers in the league. A fun-loving person but when he was pitching he was an aggressive mound master with outstanding control.
In 1971 with a 14-3 record at All-Star time, Doc Ellis started for the NL against Vida Blue of the AL. Ellis lost the 1971 All-Star Game, by yielding a single in the third inning to Luis Aparicio followed by a long homer by Reggie Jackson and another two-run homer by Frank Robinson.
In his career, Doc Ellis posted a 138-119 win/loss record