|BIRTHDAY||30 August, 1934|
|BIRTH PLACE||Mumbai , Maharashtra|
|AGE (in 2005)||70 Years Old|
Baloo Gupte was an Indian Cricketer who was born as Balakrishna Pandharinath Baloo Gupte on 30th August 1934 in Bombay, India. He was a leg-spinner whose bowling style was Legbreak googly and was a Right-handed batsman.
The talented sports person, Gupte made his debut in 1960-1961 against Pakistan which was led by Fazal Mahmood in Madras (Chennai) at the Corporation Stadium. He played a total of three Tests and 99 First Class matches, wherein, he took 3 and 417 total wickets respectively.
Between 1960-61 and 1964-65, the rising star of 60’s, played three Tests. He played First Class for Bombay, Bengal, and Railways between 1953 to 1967-68.
Baloo Gupte died after a prolonged illness on 5th July 2005 in Bombay at the age of 70.
|DEATHDAY||DEATH PLACE||DEATH COUNTRY|
|5 July, 2005||Mumbai, Maharashtra||India|
See given below celebrity profiles about Baloo Gupte's family, relatives;
Subhash Gupte, one of the most successful Indian spinners, was his elder brother. He belonged to an excellent family of cricketers and was a great human, both in personal and professional lives.
|Address||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Debut||Test - vs Pakistan at Nehru Stadium, Jan 13, 1961|
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