Little played for five seasons in the majors, hitting .245 with three home runs in 327 games. He broke in with the Montreal Expos in 1982 and stayed there until 1985 when he was traded to the Chicago White Sox. He split the 1986 season between the ChiSox and the New York Yankees. That would be the end of his time in the big leagues, although he continued to play in the minors through 1988. Little’s best season came while playing for the Expos in 1983. He hit .260 while setting career highs in runs (48) and RBIs (36) that season.
Little started at second base for the White Sox on August 4, 1985, at Yankee Stadium when Tom Seaver beat New York to earn his 300th career win. Little had a hit and drove in two runs in the game. Seaver pitched nine innings and allowed one run to lead Chicago to a 4-1 win.
Little is the brother of former manager Grady Little.
Bryan Little – career stats