Skip Pitlock

1971 Topps

Pitlock pitched in 59 games for the San Francisco Giants and Chicago White Sox between 1970 and 1975. In 192.2 innings he posted an 8-8 record with a 4.53 ERA. Pitlock was up with the Giants in 1970 and won five games. He did not return to majors until 1974, with Chicago. He won three games that season, then faced just one hitter in 1975, which ended his major league service. Pitlock pitched professionally from 1969-1976.

Pitlock hit his lone career home run on Aug. 8, 1970 off Houston Astros pitcher Wade Blasingame. It came in the bottom of the fifth inning of their game at Candlestick Park and helped the Giants to a 6-5 win.

Skip Pitlock – career stats

1975 Topps

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