|Batted: Right||Threw: Right|
|August 18, 1974 for the Chicago White Sox|
|June 3, 1981 for the Chicago White Sox|
|Career Highlights and Awards|
Francisco Javier (Jiménez) Barrios (June 10, 1953 – April 9, 1982) was a starting pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the Chicago White Sox (1974, 1976–1981). Barrios batted and threw right handed. He was born in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico.
Barrios was acquired from the Jalisco Charros of the Mexican League for shortstop Rudy Hernández, and played his entire major league career with the Chicago White Sox. He joined the pitching rotation in 1976, then, on July 28, he combined with Blue Moon Odom to no-hit the Oakland Athletics, 2–1, at the Coliseum. His most productive season came in 1977, when he recorded career-numbers with 14 wins, 119 strikeouts, nine complete games, and 231 innings pitched. Despite his 9-15 mark in 1978, he threw two shutouts with a 3.82 ERA in a career-high 33 starts. He declined after that and was released at the end of the 1981 season.
In a seven-season career, Barrios posted a 38-38 record with 323 strikeouts and a 3.91 ERA in 718 innings.
Barrios enjoyed a good winter season in the Mexican Pacific League and was ready to sign a contract with the Milwaukee Brewers for the 1982 season, when he died of a heart attack in his native city of Hermosillo at the age of 28.
- List of Major League Baseball no-hitters
- Players from Mexico in Major League Baseball
- Chicago White Sox all-time roster