John Felske

73Felske
1973 Topps

Felske played in 54 games for the Chicago Cubs and Milwaukee Brewers between 1968 and 1973. In 104 at bats he hit .135 with one home run, nine RBIs and seven runs scored. Following his playing career, Felske went on to coach and manage in the majors. He was the Philadelphia Phillies skipper from 1985-1987, where he compiled a 190-194 record.

Felske

Felske’s lone home run came on June 1, 1972 off New York Yankee Lindy McDaniel. It helped the Brewers to a 9-8 win.

John Felske – career stats 

86Felske
1986 Topps

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Writer, historian, father, intrepid traveller, journalist, aging punk ... I am actually in a Hall of Fame.

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  1. Chris, I very much enjoy your “Letters from Home Plate” and am always interested in the players’ responses to your questions. Since they are retired, I wonder if you would consider asking them two more questions which they may now answer honestly, without fear of retribution. The questions are:1. Who was the best umpire during your time in the majors? and 2. who was the worst? My guess is that most of these umpires are retired or passed and I think the players’ responses would be both illuminating and often humorous. Keep up the good work! Terry French

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