Duliba pitched for four teams over a seven-year major league career. He came up with the Cardinals in 1959 and stuck around St. Louis for three seasons before joining the Los Angeles Angels in 1963. Stops in Boston and Kansas City followed before four more years in the minors which eventually ended with his retirement after the 1971 season. Duliba never started a game in the majors, but he did appear in 176 of them, compiling a 17-12 career record with 14 saves to go along with a 3.47 ERA. His best year was probably 1964 when he went 6-4 for the Angels with a 3.59 ERA and 33 strike outs in 72.2 innings. He saved nine games that season for Los Angeles.
Bob Duliba – career stats