Rick Bosetti

Bosetti played for seven seasons in the majors, hitting .250 with 17 home runs for the Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals, Toronto Blue Jays and Oakland A’s from 1976-1983. He played in 162 games for Toronto in 1979, leading the league in games played and hitting .260 with eight home runs. Rick Bosetti – career […]

Scott Bailes

Bailes pitched for nine seasons in the majors, going 39-44 with a 4.95 ERA for the Cleveland Indians, California Angels and Texas Rangers. He came up with Cleveland in 1986 and won 10 games and saved another seven while pitching mostly in relief for the Tribe. He continued shifting between the rotation and the bullpen […]

Alan Bannister

Bannister played for 12 seasons, serving as a utility man for five teams, from 1974-1985. In 972 games he hit .270 with 19 home runs and 108 stolen bases. Bannister broke in with the Philadelphia Phillies but did not see any serious action until he joined the Chicago White Sox in 1976. He hit .275 […]

Howie Bedell

Bedell played in 67 games for the Milwaukee Braves and Philadelphia Phillies in 1962 and 1968. He hit .193 and did not have a home run. Most of Bedell’s MLB playing time came for the Braves in 1962. He appeared in 58 games for Milwaukee and hit .196 while scoring 15 runs. He played in […]

Swings and misses

Between 1962-1966 Larry Elliot appeared in 157 games for the Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Mets. In 437 at bats he hit .236 with 15 home runs. His best year came with the Mets in 1966 when he hit ..246 with five home runs and a career-high 32 RBIs in 65 games. The long-time Oakland […]

Thad Bosley

Bosley spent 14 years playing in the big leagues, mostly as a reserve outfielder/pinch hitter. He broke in with the California Angels in 1977 and finished his career with the Texas Rangers in 1990. In between he played for the Chicago White Sox, Milwaukee Brewers, Seattle Mariners, Chicago Cubs and Kansas City Royals. In 784 […]