KAAT

KAAT may refer to:

  • the ICAO code for Alturas Municipal Airport
  • KAAT (FM), a radio station (103.1 FM) licensed to Oakhurst, California, United States
  • Jim Kaat, former Major League Baseball pitcher and broadcaster

Other articles related to "kaat":

1966 Minnesota Twins Season - Regular Season
... Jim Kaat won an AL best 25 games ... Kaat became the first pitcher in the history of the American League to win 25 games but not win the Cy Young Award ... Kaat also won his fifth Gold Glove ...
1992 American League Championship Series - Broadcasting Notes
... Over the course of Game 2, Jim Kaat was stricken with a bad case of laryngitis ... with Dick Stockton as a "relief analyst." There was talk that if Kaat's laryngitis did not get better, Don Drysdale was going to replace Kaat on TV for Game 3 ...
Jim Kaat - Biography - Baseball Career
... Kaat attended Hope College in Holland, Michigan, and pitched for the Flying Dutchmen baseball team, before being signed by the Washington Senators as an amateur free agent in 1957 ... Kaat would spend all of 1957 '58 in the minor leagues before breaking into the majors in 1959 ... After pitching in 16 games spread out over the next two seasons, Kaat became a permanent member of the pitching staff when the team moved west in 1961 to become the Minnesota Twins ...
KAAT (FM)
... KAAT (103.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Regional Mexican format ... KAAT also has an FM booster in Merced, California, with the call sign KAAT-FM1 ...
Jim Kaat - Biography - Personal Life
... Jim Kaat's marriage to first wife, Julie and second wife, Linda ended in divorce ... Jim Kaat's third wife, MaryAnn Kaat, died in July 2008 after 22 years of marriage ... Jim Kaat created a memorial fund in her name to put lights on the baseball fields in his hometown of Zeeland, Michigan in her honor ...