Bill Bryan

1965 Topps

Bryan caught for parts of eight seasons in the major leagues, breaking in with the Kansas City A’s in 1961 and finishing with the Washington Senators in 1968. A career .216 hitter, Bryan had his best year in 1965 when he appeared in 108 games for the A’s. He hit .252 that season with 14 home runs, 51 RBI and 36 runs scored. In addition to the A’s and the Senators, Bryan played for two seasons with the New York Yankees.


Bill Bryan – career stats

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