Wegman pitched for 11 years for the Milwaukee Brewers from 1985-1995. In 262 games he went 81-90 with a 4.16 ERA. He won 12 or more games for the Brewers four times. His best year was 1991 when he went 15-7 with a 2.84 ERA.
Wegman’s first start came on September 14, 1985 at home against the Boston Red Sox. He pitched seven innings and gave up five hits and two runs, but did not factor into the decision. (Boston won the game 10-8.)
Wegman’s last game came on October 1, 1995, also at home against the Boston Red Sox. He entered the game in the bottom of the ninth inning, taking B.J. Surhoff’s spot in right field. He recorded a put out on a fly ball hit by Reggie Jefferson. The Brewers won the game 8-1.
Bill Wegman – career stats