Worthington pitched for 14 years in the majors. He came up with the New York Giants in 1953, going 4-8 in 20 games. He remained with the Giants through their move to San Francisco where he went 11-7 with six saves in 151.1 innings in 1958. Worthington was traded to the Boston Red Sox in […]
Davis had 543 major-league at bats for three different teams between the years of 1963-1972. He played in the bigs for six of those 10 seasons, coming up with the Houston Colt .45’s as a 19-year old in 1963 and finishing with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1972. He posted a .260 career average with one […]
Eleven letters for the postman. Mail is headed to: Bob Stinson, Ted Simmons, Mickey Mahler, Dave Rozema, Jim Mason, Reggie Smith, Dave Rader, Steve Rogers, Craig Skok, Craig Swan, Shane Rawley and Doug DeCinces.
Wright spent parts of nine seasons playing in the big leagues, posting a .255 career average with six home runs in 341 games. Wright had two cups of coffee with the Boston Red Sox, the first coming in 1948 and the second in 1949, before becoming a full-time major leaguer. He played in 54 games […]
Another round of cards that have returned with no surveys. A three-time all star, Joe Rudi played for 16 years in the majors, mostly for the Oakland A’s. He came up with Oakland in 1967 and retired after playing for the A’s in 1982. In between, he made stops with the California Angels and Boston […]
Got a bunch of mail for the postman today. Letters going to: John Montague, Jim Sundberg, Brian Downing, Jose Morales, Eric Soderholm, Rick Sweet, Jim Dwyer, Elias Sosa, Mike Sadek, Dave Revering, Dave Roberts, Leon Roberts, Bob McClure, Greg Minton and Andy Messersmith. That’s 15 more, but who’s counting?
Stein spent 14 years playing in the majors, compiling a .267 career batting average and hitting 44 home runs along the way. He came up with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1972 but did not see regular action until 1975 while playing for the Chicago White Sox. Stein hit .270 that season in 76 games […]