Mike Easler

Nicknamed “The Hitman”, Easler spent parts of 14 years playing in the majors. He came up with the Houston Astros in 1973 and spent three seasons there. He made a brief stop with the California Angles in 1976 before joining the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1977. It took a couple years, but Easler eventually became a […]

Mike Epstein

Epstein played for nine seasons, from 1966-1974, hitting .244 with 130 home runs for five different teams. After two years with the Baltimore Orioles, Epstein joined the Washington Senators in 1967 and had a career year two seasons later. In 1969 Epstein slugged a career-high 30 home runs while hitting .278 with 85 RBIs and […]

Chuck Essegian

Essegian spent six seasons in the major leagues, playing with six different teams from 1958-1963. He hit .255 in his career, with 47 home runs. Never really a full-time player, Essegian did get into 106 games for the Cleveland Indians in 1962. He hit .274 that year for the Tribe, with 21 home runs, 50 […]

Carl Erskine

One of the all-time great Brooklyn Dodgers, Erskine won 122 games over a 12-year career spent entirely with the Dodgers. Erskine came up with Brooklyn in 1948 and spent the next three seasons pitching primarily out of the bullpen. He made 19 starts for the Dodgers in 1951 and managed to win 16 games. By […]

Ed Erautt

Erautt won 15 games in a six-year major league career which spanned from 1947-1953. Erautt’s professional career began in 1942 at the age of 17 when he pitched for the Salem Senators before moving up to the Pacific Coast League’s Hollywood Stars. He stayed with the Stars until 1943 when he joined the army to […]