Dave LaRoche was a left-handed reliever who pitched for six teams from 1970-1983. He had some up and down years, but had a career mark of 65-58 with a 3.53 ERA and 126 saves. Dave was an All-Star in 1976 and 1977. I don't know how he got selected in 1977, since he went 8-7, 3.51, 17 saves for Cleveland and California. It may have been one of those "each team needs a representative" things.
Dave gained noteriety for his eephus pitch, which he called "LaLob." Since his career ended, he became a pitching coach (mostly in the minors) from 1984-1995 and from 2002-present. He has two baseball-playing children, Adam (1B for the Braves and Pirates) and Andy (3B for the Dodgers and Pirates).