Steve Fireovid

Fireovid pitched in 31 games for five different teams during parts of six seasons in the majors. He went 3-1 with a 3.39 ERA in 71.2 innings. He broke in with the San Diego Padres in 1981, then pitched for the Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago White Sox and Seattle Mariners before appearing in three games forContinue reading “Steve Fireovid”

Alan Fowlkes

Fowlkes appeared in 23 games for the San Francisco Giants and California Angels in 1982 and 1985. He posted a 4-2 record with a 5.48 ERA and 50 strikeouts. The vast majority of those games were for the Giants in 1982. He pitched in 21 games that season, making 15 starts and even getting aContinue reading “Alan Fowlkes”

Marvis Foley

Foley played in 203 games for the Chicago White Sox and Texas Rangers between 1978-1984. In 419 at bats, he hit .224 with 12 home runs. Typically serving as a reserve catcher, Foley caught a career-high 64 games for the White Sox in 1980, hitting .212 with four home runs. After his playing career ended,Continue reading “Marvis Foley”

Terry Felton

Felton pitched in 55 games for the Minnesota Twins between 1979 and 1982. In 138-and-1/3 innings, he posted a 5.53 ERA and saved three games. Felton did not win a big league game while losing 16. He pitched in seven total games during his first three trips to the majors, then appeared in 48 gamesContinue reading “Terry Felton”

John Felske

Felske played in 54 games for the Chicago Cubs and Milwaukee Brewers between 1968 and 1973. In 104 at bats he hit .135 with one home run, nine RBIs and seven runs scored. Following his playing career, Felske went on to coach and manage in the majors. He was the Philadelphia Phillies skipper from 1985-1987,Continue reading “John Felske”

Jack Fisher

Fisher pitched for 11 years in the majors, going 86-139 with a 4.06 ERA while working for the Baltimore Orioles, San Francisco Giants, New York Mets, Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati Reds from 1959-1969. He had the best year of his career in 1960 for Baltimore, going 12-11 with a 3.41 ERA. It was theContinue reading “Jack Fisher”

Steve Farr

Farr pitched for four different teams over an 11-year career that spanned from 1984-1994. In 509 big league games, he went 48-45 with a 3.25 ERA and 132 saves. He came up with the Cleveland Indians and lost 11 games as a rookie in 1984. Cleveland released him at the end of the season andContinue reading “Steve Farr”

Barry Foote

Foote caught for 10 seasons in the majors, breaking in with the Montreal Expos in 1973 and finishing with the New York Yankees in 1982. In 687 games he hit .230 with 57 home runs. Foote was Montreal’s starting catcher as a rookie in 1974. He played in 125 games and hit .262 with 11Continue reading “Barry Foote”

Dan Ford

Ford slugged 121 home runs in 10 seasons in the majors. He broke in with the Minnesota Twins in 1975 and was a starting outfielder for the team for four seasons. He joined the California Angels in 1979 and had the best year of his career, hitting .290 with 21 home runs, 101 RBIs andContinue reading “Dan Ford”

Tito Fuentes

Fuentes spent 13 years in the big leagues, mostly playing second base for the San Francisco Giants. He came up with San Francisco in 1965 and was a starter the following season, finishing third in the Rookie of the Year vote. He remained the Giants’ starting second baseman through the 1974 season. His best yearContinue reading “Tito Fuentes”