Jay Aldrich pitched in 62 games for the Milwaukee Brewers, Atlanta Braves, and Baltimore Orioles between 1987 and 1990. In 108.2 innings he posted a 6-5 record with two saves and a 4.72 ERA. Tom Newell saw action in two games for the Philadelphia Phillies in 1987. He pitched one inning and gave up fourContinue reading “Swings and misses”
Ken Gerhart played three seasons for the Baltimore Orioles, hitting .221 with 24 home runs in 215 games from 1986-1988. He was a starting outfielder for the team his final two years and hit 14 home runs in 1987. However, Gerhart was hit on the wrist by a pitch that season and the injury eventuallyContinue reading “Swings and misses”
Ramsey spent parts of seven seasons in the majors, playing for the St. Louis Cardinals, Montreal Expos and Los Angeles Dodgers between 1978 and 1985. In 394 games, he hit .240 with two home runs. Ramsey played in a career-high 112 games for the Cardinals in 1982 and hit .230 while driving in 21 runs.Continue reading “Mike Ramsey”
Johnson spent parts of nine seasons in the majors, playing for the Montreal Expos and briefly, the San Francisco Giants, from 1981-1990. In 569 career at bats he hit .255 with five home runs. Johnson never got into more than 86 games in a season, which happened in 1988 with Montreal. That ended up beingContinue reading “Wallace Johnson”
Last batch of letters for a while. Got 10 going out to: Pete Stanicek, Van Snider, Steve Shields, Tom Prince, Scott May, Jeff Kunkel, Ed Hearn, Drew Hall, Tommy Gregg and John Davis.
Randy Johnson appeared in 101 games for the Chicago White Sox and Minnesota Twins in 1980 and 1982. In 254 at bats he hit .244 with 10 home runs. He played professionally from 1979-1985. Curt Wardle pitched in 52 games for the Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins from 1984-1985. He compiled an 8-9 record withContinue reading “Swings and misses”
Mitchell played for four seasons in the majors, breaking in with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1980 and finishing with the Minnesota Twins in 1983. In 202 games, he hit .243 with three home runs. He was Minnesota’s starting center fielder in 1982 and played in 124 games. He hit .249 that season with 48Continue reading “Bobby Mitchell”
Friends, first of all thank you for all of the support over the years. It means a lot and helps us preserve the stories of all the players we’ve featured on this site. I am excited to report that yesterday we published our 589th player feature (Mike Stenhouse). That means we’re just 11 players awayContinue reading “The push to 600”
Stenhouse appeared in 207 games for the Montreal Expos, Minnesota Twins and Boston Red Sox from 1982-1986. In 416 at bats he hit .190 with nine home runs. He had the best year of his career while playing for the Twins in 1985. Stenhouse hit .223 with five home runs that season. Stenhouse played withContinue reading “Mike Stenhouse”
Eleven letters in the mail today, going to: Ken Williams, Benito Santiago, Junior Noboa, Tom Newell, Dave Meads, Louie Meadows, Lance McCullers, Ray Hayward, Albert Hall, Jose Alvarez and Jay Aldrich.