Peters spent parts of five seasons in the majors, playing for the Detroit Tigers and Oakland A’s, between 1979 and 1986. In 307 games, Peters hit .277 with two home runs and 20 stolen bases. He was a starter for Detroit in 1980, playing 133 games, mostly in the outfield. He hit .291 that seasonContinue reading “Rick Peters”
Pacella pitched for five teams during parts of six seasons in the majors. He broke in with the New York Mets in 1977 and finished with the Detroit Tigers in 1986. In between he also played for the New York Yankees, Minnesota Twins and Baltimore Orioles. In 74 games he posted a 4-10 record withContinue reading “John Pacella”
Putting 12 letters in the mail today, going to: Jim Pankovits, Bob Sebra, Jose Mesa, Luis Medina, Mike Maddux, Jim Lindeman, Ross Jones, Stan Jefferson, Willie Fraser, Cameron Drew, Sherman Corbett and Jim Abbott.
Scarberry pitched for two seasons (1979-1980) for the Chicago White Sox. In 60 games, he went 3-10 with six saves and a 4.50 ERA. He threw 101.1 innings as a rookie for the ChiSox and posted a 4.62 ERA. Scarberry pitched professionally from 1973-1980. Scarberry faced the Toronto Blue Jays at Exhibition Stadium in hisContinue reading “Randy Scarberry”
Mayne caught for 15 years in the majors, playing for the Kansas City Royals, New York Mets, Oakland A’s, San Francisco Giants, Colorado Rockies, Arizona Diamondbacks and Los Angeles Dodgers from 1990-2004. In 1,279 games he hit .263 with 38 home runs. He enjoyed the best year of his career while playing for Colorado inContinue reading “Brent Mayne”
Eleven letters in the mail today, going to: Eric Bell, Jeff Calhoun, Joe Johnson, Tom Lampkin, Alex Madrid, Hipolito Pena, Luis Salazar, Rafael Santana, Nelson Santovenia, Mark Wasinger and Mike Campbell.
Howard Bailey pitched in 50 games for the Detroit Tigers from 1981-1983. In 118.2 innings he posted a 6-9 record with a 5.23 ERA. Nate Snell pitched for four seasons in the majors, breaking in with the Baltimore Orioles in 1984 and finishing with the Detroit Tigers in 1987. In 104 games, he went 7-6Continue reading “Swings and misses”
Mankowski played for six years in the majors, appearing in games for the Detroit Tigers and New York Mets between 1975 and 1982. He came up with the Tigers and spent the majority of his career in Detroit. He was the team’s primary third baseman in 1977 and 1978. His statistics from those two seasonsContinue reading “Phil Mankowski”
Putting 13 letters in the mail today, going to: Luis De Los Santos, Kelvin Torve, Dale Sveum, Steve Searcy, Eric Nolte, Donell Nixon, Terry McGriff, Mike Loynd, Ken Gerhart, Ron Gant, John Fishel, Jim Eppard and Mickey Brantley.
Henry pitched for 11 years in the majors, coming up with the Texas Rangers in 1984 and finishing with the Detroit Tigers in 1995. In 256 games he went 14-15 with 14 saves and a 4.65 ERA. He also played for the Houston Astros, Atlanta Braves, Cincinnati Reds and Seattle Mariners. Henry had his bestContinue reading “Dwayne Henry”