Kutyna pitched in 159 big-league games between 1959-1962 for the Kansas City A’s and the Washington Senators. He went 14-16 with eight saves and a 3.88 ERA. He won six games while pitching 143 innings for the Senators in 1961 in what was arguably his best season. Kutyna’s professional career stretched from 1953-1963.
While he did not answer our five questions, Kutyna sent enough information to answer those questions and a lot more.
He had President John F. Kennedy sign the ball he recovered.
A few more items from Kutyna, including his reminiscence on his career.
As well as his thoughts about facing Ted Williams.
And an article on his bullpen heroics for the Senators.
Marty Kutyna – career stats