Meyer went 2-12 in 38 big league games pitched between 1964-1970. He came up with the New York Yankees in 1964 and pitched in seven games before being sold to the Los Angeles Angels. He pitched in six games for Los Angeles before they sold him to the Kansas City A’s, where he appeared in nine games, making seven starts. Meyer finished the year 2-8 with a 4.37 ERA in 22 games. He returned to the minors the following season and stayed there until 1969 when he made six appearances, including five starts, for the Seattle Pilots. He went on to pitch in 10 games for the Milwaukee Brewers in 1970 which would be the last year of his career.
Meyer struck out Carl Yastrzemski in 1964 for his first major-league strikeout.
Bob Meyer – career stats