Jim Eisenreich

Eisenreich spent 15 years playing in the majors, hitting .290 with 52 home runs and 105 stolen bases while playing between 1982-1998. His career was broken up by a two-year retirement due to Tourette’s Syndrome, which forced him to miss the 1985 and 1986 seasons. He saw limited action for the Minnesota Twins from 1982-1984,Continue reading “Jim Eisenreich”

Rawly Eastwick

A two-time world champion, Eastwick pitched for eight seasons in the majors, going 28-27 with 68 saves and a 3.31 ERA. A relief specialist, Eastwick arrived in the majors with the Cincinnati Reds in 1974 and took over as the team’s closer the following season. He led the National League with 22 saves in 1975Continue reading “Rawly Eastwick”

Jim Essian

Essian spent 12 years catching in the big leagues, playing for five teams from 1973-1984. In 710 games he hit .244 with 33 home runs. He was primarily a reserve for most of his career, but was the Chicago White Sox main catcher in 1977, which would go down as the best season of hisContinue reading “Jim Essian”

Barry Evans

Between 1978-1982, Evans played in 224 games for the San Diego Padres and New York Yankees, hitting .251 with two home runs. His best year was 1981 while playing for San Diego. He hit .323 that season in 54 games. The Padres sold him to New York following the season and he appeared in 17Continue reading “Barry Evans”

Dave Edwards

Edwards spent parts of five seasons patrolling the outfield for the Minnesota Twins and San Diego Padres. He came up with the Twins in 1978 and appeared in 15 games. He enjoyed the most productive year of his career in 1979, appearing in 98 games for Minnesota, hitting .249 with eight home runs, 35 RBIsContinue reading “Dave Edwards”

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 aContinue reading “Mike Easler”

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 andContinue reading “Mike Epstein”

Tom Egan

A reserve catcher for 10 years in the majors, Egan compiled a .200 career average with 22 home runs in 373 big-league games. His first appearance in the big leagues came with the California Angels in 1965 and he would go on to spend eight of his 10 big-league years with the Halos. He playedContinue reading “Tom Egan”