Dick Stigman

1959 Topps

An All Star in 1960, Stigman pitched for seven seasons in the big leagues for the Indians, Twins and Red Sox. While he made the All-Star team in his rookie season, 1963 was perhaps Stigman’s best. He won 15 games that season (against 15 losses) compiling 193 strike outs and a 3.25 ERA along the way. Stigman won 12 games in the prior year’s campaign, but did not cross double digits in wins again during his career. He did, however, lose 15 games in 1964.


Dick Stigman – career stats

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