Lorenzo Gray

1984 Topps

Gray played in 58 games for the Chicago White Sox from 1982-1983. In 106 at bats, he hit .208 with one home run. He played professionally from 1976-1985.

Gray made his major league debut on July 8, 1982, at Comiskey Park against the Detroit Tigers. He entered the game as a pinch runner for Vance Law and scored on a Jerry Hairston walk-off home run that gave Chicago a 3-2 win. Gray started the White Sox next game, which took place at Exhibition Stadium against the Toronto Blue Jays on July 9, at third base. He singled off Luis Leal in the top of the fifth inning for his first big-league hit. Gray came around to score on a Steve Kemp ground out, but Toronto won the game 7-6.

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Lorenzo Gray – career stats

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