Mike Bielecki

1990 Upper Deck

Bielecki pitched for 14 years in the majors, going 70-73 with a 4.18 ERA for five different teams from 1984-1997. His best seasons came for the Chicago Cubs, who he pitched for from 1988-1991. He went 18-7 with a 3.14 ERA in 212.1 innings in 1989, then won 13 games for the team in 1991 before being traded to the Atlanta Braves. Bielecki began his career with the Pittsburgh Pirates. He also pitched briefly for the Cleveland Indians and California Angels.

Bielecki pitched in two games for the Braves in the 1996 World Series. He made relief appearances against the New York Yankees in Games 3 and 4. He did not allow a hit or a run in three innings.

Mike Bielecki – career stats

1988 Topps

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