Mike Wegener

1970 Topps

Wegener spent two years in the majors, both with the Montreal Expos. He was 5-14 as a 22-year-old rookie in 1969 for fledgling franchise. He started 26 games, throwing 165.2 innings. He started 25 more games in 1970, finishing with a 3-6 mark. He returned to the minor leagues in 1971 and spent the next seven seasons trying to get back to the majors, but never made it.

Wegener did a great job with the questionnaire. His answers are quite in depth and I particularly enjoyed his Gene Mauch story. He is notable as the man who gave up Willie Mays’ 3000th hit.


Mike Wegener – career stats

Published by Chris

Writer, historian, father, intrepid traveller, journalist, aging punk ... I am actually in a Hall of Fame.

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