Holly pitched in 39 games for the Minnesota Twins between the years 1977-1979. He appeared in 18 games in 1977, making five starts and going 2-3 with a 6.89 ERA. He was back in Minnesota the next year for 15 games. He went 1-1 this time with a 3.57 ERA. He saw action in just […]
Castro pitched for 10 years in the majors, coming up with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1974 and finishing with the Kansas City Royals in 1983. Used almost exclusively out of the bullpen, he went 31-26 with 45 saves over his career which also included a brief stint with the New York Yankees in 1981. His […]
Knowles pitched for 16 seasons in the majors, mostly out of the bullpen, for eight different teams from 1965-1980. He was an all star for the Washington Senators in 1969 when he went 9-2 with 13 saves. He set a career-high with 27 saves the following year for Washington, but he also lost 14 games. […]
The American League Comeback Player of the Year in 1978, Caldwell won 137 games over 14 years in the majors. He came up with the San Diego Padres in 1971 and bounced around the big leagues for the next seven seasons. He went 14-5 for the San Francisco Giants in 1974 but struggled the following […]
Twelve letters going out today to: Luis Pujols, Mike Proly, Dennis Lamp, Sixto Lezcano, Randy Hundley, Ron Hodges, Tommy Helms, Joe Coleman, Leon Durham, John Castino, Ellis Burks and Billy Hatcher.
An all star in 1974, John Hiller led the American League in saves (38), games finished (60) and games (65) in 1973. He was 10-5 that season with a 1.44 ERA and finished fourth in the Cy Young and fourth in the MVP vote as well. He went 17-14 with a 2.64 ERA during his […]
Holt spent nine years in the majors, coming up with the Minnesota Twins in 1968 and finishing with the Oakland A’s in 1976. In 707 major league games he hit .265 with 19 home runs. He played sparingly for the Twins during his first two seasons in the big leagues, but saw action in 142 […]