Donald Bernard "Don" Schwall (born March 2, 1936 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania) is a former major league pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Atlanta Braves.

Schwall starred in baseball and basketball at Ypsilanti High School, played baseball athe University of Oklahoma, and was Minor League Pitcher of the Year in 1959

Schwall's best year in the major leagues was his first, 1961. He won 15 games and the AL Roookie of the Year award for a poor Red Sox team. After that he was injured and sank into mediocrity, being traded to the Pirates and later going to the Braves, where he worked out of the bullpen.

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