An All Star in 1962, Terry led the American League with 23 wins for the world champion New York Yankees. Terry was also the MVP of the 1962 World Series, going 2-1 with a 1.80 ERA in the series win over the San Francisco Giants. Terry’s career spanned 12 seasons from 1956-1967 but it reached its zenith during his second stint with the Yankees. Terry won 76 games for New York from 1959-1964. He won 11 games for Cleveland in 1965, but did not break double digits in wins again during his career. Terry pitched in five total World Series, all for the Yankees. He was part of the 1961 champions as well. Following his career, Terry became a successful professional golfer, playing in four PGA tournaments in the early 1980’s.
Ralph Terry – career stats