Witt won 142 games over a 16-year career that spanned from 1986-2001. He broke in with the Texas Rangers and won 11 games as a rookie. This would be one of seven seasons where he posted at least 10 wins. Witt went 17-10 with a 3.36 ERA for Texas in 1990. He also struck out 221 hitters in 222 innings in what was arguably his best season. Witt went on to pitch for the Oakland A’s, Florida Marlins, St. Louis Cardinals, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, Cleveland Indians and Arizona Diamondbacks.
Witt made it to the World Series in the final year of his career. He pitched in Game 6 of the 2001 Fall Classic for the Diamondbacks, entering in relief of Randy Johnson in the eighth inning. He walked New York Yankee Bernie Williams then got Todd Greene to ground into a double play before striking out Shane Spencer to end the inning. Arizona won the game 15-2. They won the series the next day.
Bobby Witt – career stats