How can I parse this date of the string?

I have a string like this and I got the first part done but now need to get the second part

My string is this:
string patientInfo ="Robert Doe (DOB 1/23/1927"  (no right parenthesis)

I got the first and the last name . How do I get month, day and year in separate fields? so, get 1, 23 and 1927

This gets the first, middle and last name
int openParen = patientInfo.IndexOf('(');
                string patientName = patientInfo.Substring(0, openParen).Trim();

                string firtsName;
                string lastName; 
                string middleName;

                //if there's a middle name

                
               string[]  arrNames = patientName.Split(' ');
                if (arrNames.Length > 0)
                {
                    firtsName = arrNames[0];
                }
                if (arrNames.Length > 1)
                {
                    lastName = arrNames[arrNames.Length - 1];
                }
                if (arrNames.Length > 2)
                {
                    middleName = string.Join(" ", arrNames, 1, arrNames.Length - 2);
                }

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GaryCommented:
Using LINQ and  .Last()

dob = arrNames.Last();

else

dob = arrNames[arrNames.Length-1];
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CamilliaAuthor Commented:
No, both those lines of code give me the last name...not the date of birth.
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GaryCommented:
Didn't notice you had already split the string

dob = patientInfo.Split('(').Last();

dob_parts=dob.Split('/');
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CamilliaAuthor Commented:
Yes!, just got it. Thanks.
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