A member of the 1986 World Series winners, Doug Sisk pitching for nine years in the big leagues, going 22-20 with 33 saves. He spent the first six years of his career with the New York Mets. Pitching exclusively out of the bullpen, Sisk saved 11 games in 1983 and 15 more in 1984. He pitched 70 innings for the 1986 pennant winners who went on to beat the Boston Red Sox in the World Series. Sisk appeared in just one game of the series and threw two-thirds of an inning. He later pitched for the Baltimore Orioles and Atlanta Braves before his career ended.
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