Bobby Knoop

A veteran of nine major league seasons, Knoop played gold-glove second base for the California Angels from 1964-1969. Teaming with Jim Fregosi to form one of the best double-play combinations in the game, Knoop won the American League Gold Glove from 1966-1968. His best season at the plate was 1966 when he hit a career-high […]

Outgoing …

Another big mail day! Letters sent to: Greg Walker, Paul Popovich, Tom Bradley, Tim Wallach, Cookie Rojas, Ron Hunt, Cesar Cedeno, Jim Wynn, Chuck Dobson, Von Hayes, Tim McCarver and John Boccabella. Some pretty big names there, so it would be great if we could get most of them back filled out.

Wes Stock

Stock won 27 games over parts of nine big-league seasons, pitching for the Baltimore Orioles and the Kansas City A’s. Stock came up with Baltimore in 1959 and appeared in seven games. His best season came in 1964 when he pitched in 64 games for the Orioles and A’s. He went 8-3 that season with […]

Swings and misses

Three more returned without a completed survey. I took a shot with the Hall of Famer because I’d read he was sometimes agreeable to such things. Alas, it did not work out. Still, he sent this cool autographed picture, so it’s not like I came away empty handed. Robin Yount –┬ácareer stats Hemus’ card came […]

Outgoing …

Big mail day today as we try and jump start this thing after a bit of a layoff to finish some writing work. Letters are headed to Carlos May, Tommy Dean, Dennis Ribart, Bobby Knoop, Lloyd Moseby, Eric Davis, Ken Rudolph, Bobby Wine, Mike Wegener, Hubie Brooks, Bobby Bolin and Steve Blass. Should be back […]