Kubiak played 10 years in the majors, coming up with the Kansas City A’s in 1967 and finishing with the San Diego Padres in 1976. In between those years, he hit .231 with 13 home runs while serving mostly as a reserve infielder. He played on three teams that won the World Series, all of them versions of the Oakland A’s, from 1972-1974. Kubiak appeared in two of the fall classics. He played in four games in the 1972 series and in four more games in the 1973 series. Following his playing career, Kubiak was a minor league manager for over 20 years.
For those of you who’ve ever found it hard to read a player’s answers to the questions, Kubiak went ahead and made it a lot easier.
As you can see, he typed his answers. In case you forgot the questions here they are:
- Who was your favorite player when you were growing up?
- Who was the toughest hitter/pitcher you faced?
- Who was your favorite teammate?
- What was your favorite park to play in?
- What is your favorite memory from your time playing baseball?
Ted Kubiak – career stats