Puleo pitched for eight seasons in the majors, posting a 29-39 record with a 4.25 ERA in 180 games. He came up with the New York Mets in 1981 and went 9-9 in 171 innings for the team the following season. Following this promising start, the Mets dealt him to the Cincinnati Reds in aContinue reading “Charlie Puleo”
Anderson pitched in 64 games for the Cleveland Indians in 1982 and 1983. He went 4-10 with a 3.68 ERA and seven saves while making six starts. He pitched in the minors from 1977-1985. The final game of Carl Yastrzemski’s storied career came on October 2, 1983 at Fenway Park in Boston. Anderson was onContinue reading “Bud Anderson”
Shawn Boskie pitched for nine seasons in the majors, going 49-63 with a 5.14 ERA for the Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia Phillies, Seattle Mariners, California Angels, Baltimore Orioles and Montreal Expos from 1990-1998. He won 12 games for California in 1996 despite a 5.32 ERA. Boskie was the starting pitcher for California on September 6, 1995Continue reading “Swings and misses”
Putting a bunch of letters in the mail today, 18 total, going to: Gary Varsho, Phil Stephenson, Troy Neel, John Moses, Leo Gomez, Terry Clark, Dion James, Mike Kingery, Robin Ventura, Franklin Stubbs, Gerald Perry, Alejandro Pena, Jack McDowell, Fred Manrique, Pete Harnisch, Paul Gibson, Kelly Downs and Mike Capel. Three more on 8/28/20 –Continue reading “Outgoing …”
A three-time all star, Kern pitched for 13 years in the majors, posting a 53-57 mark with a 3.32 ERA and 88 saves. He came up with Cleveland in 1974 but saw limited action. However, by 1976 he was a big part of the Indians’ bullpen, pitching in 50 games, saving 15 of them andContinue reading “Jim Kern”
Scott spent parts of four seasons catching for the Texas Rangers, Seattle Mariners and Cincinnati Reds between 1983 and 1991. In 173 games he hit .217 with seven home runs. He enjoyed his two most productive years in 1984 and 1985 while playing for the Rangers and Mariners. He hit .221 with three home runsContinue reading “Donnie Scott”
Had 22 stamps, so we’re putting 11 letters in the mail. They’re going to: Tom Pagnozzi, Erik Hanson, Randy Kramer, Pat Perry, Wes Chamberlain, Andres Galarraga, Rene Gonzales, Jim Traber, Jerome Walton, Wally Ritchie and Stan Wall.
Landrum pitched for eight seasons in the majors, going 18-15 with 58 saves and a 3.39 ERA for the Cincinnati Reds, Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates and Montreal Expos from 1986-1993. He enjoyed a solid year as the Pirates’ closer in 1989. He saved 26 games for Pittsburgh that season and had a sparkling 1.67 ERA.Continue reading “Bill Landrum”
Leach pitched for 11 years in the majors, playing for the New York Mets, Kansas City Royals, Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox between 1981 and 1993. Primarily pitching out of the bullpen, Leach made just 21 starts in his career. In 376 games he compiled a 38-27 record with a 3.15 ERA and 10Continue reading “Terry Leach”
Twelve letters in the mail today, going to: Danny Jackson, Greg Myers, John Smiley, Dave Valle, Jeff Sellers, Dwayne Henry, Bobby Rose, Ozzie Smith, John Wehner, Greg Briley, Geno Petralli and Roger Mason.