Brian Meyer

Meyer pitched in 34 games for the Houston Astros between 1988-1990. In 50-and-2/3 innings, Meyer went 0-5 with two saves and a 2.84 ERA. Despite losing four games, 1990 was Meyer’s best season as he had a 2.21 ERA in 20 innings for the Astros. Meyer pitched his first game on September 3, 1988, atContinue reading “Brian Meyer”

Dyar Miller

Miller pitched for seven years in the majors, compiling a 23-17 record with a 3.23 ERA and 22 saves. A relief specialist, Miller made just one start in his career and pitched over 100 innings just once, in 1977, a year he split between the Baltimore Orioles and California Angels. He won six games thatContinue reading “Dyar Miller”

Pete Mackanin

Mackanin spent nine seasons playing in the majors, breaking in with the Texas Rangers in 1973 and finishing with the Minnesota Twins in 1981. In between, he spent time with the Philadelphia Phillies and Montreal Expos. He was Montreal’s starting second baseman in 1975 and 1976. He had his best year at the plate inContinue reading “Pete Mackanin”

Paul Moskau

Moskau went 32-27 with a 4.22 ERA during seven big league seasons pitching for the Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs. He came up with the Reds in 1977 and won six games in 19 starts. He won six more the next season as he started a career-high 25 games. His best season cameContinue reading “Paul Moskau”

Junior Moore

Moore played in 289 games for the Atlanta Braves and Chicago White Sox from 1976-1980. In 774 at bats he hit .264 with seven home runs. He had one full season as the Braves’ starting third baseman, appearing in 112 games in 1977 and hitting .260 with five home runs. Atlanta released him following theContinue reading “Junior Moore”

Jim Merritt

An all star in 1970, Merritt won 81 games during an 11-year big league career. He broke in with the Minnesota Twins in 1965 and quickly became a regular in their rotation. Merritt won 13 games in 1967, starting a streak of four straight seasons with at least 12 wins. The Twins traded him toContinue reading “Jim Merritt”

Paul Mirabella

Mirabella pitched in 298 games during a 13-year career that spanned from 1978-1990. He saw action with the Texas Rangers, New York Yankees, Toronto Blue Jays, Baltimore Orioles, Seattle Mariners and Milwaukee Brewers. In his career, he was 19-29 with 13 saves and a 4.45 ERA. Most of Mirabell’s appearances came in relief. He didContinue reading “Paul Mirabella”

Oddibe McDowell

McDowell spent seven years playing in the big leagues. He hit .253 with 74 home runs and 169 stolen bases while playing between 1985-1994 for the Texas Rangers, Cleveland Indians and Atlanta Braves. He hit 18 home runs and stole 25 bases as a rookie for the Rangers and finished fourth in the American LeagueContinue reading “Oddibe McDowell”

Ken McMullen

McMullen played for 16 years in the big leagues, breaking in with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1962 and finishing with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1977. In between, he played in 1,583 games for the Dodgers, Washington Senators, California Angels, Oakland A’s and Brewers. He hit .248 with 156 home runs while predominately playing thirdContinue reading “Ken McMullen”