Bob Patterson

Patterson pitched for 13 seasons in the majors, going 39-40 with 28 saves and a 4.08 ERA. He broke in with the San Diego Padres in 1985, but only spent a year in America’s Finest City, before joining the Pittsburgh Pirates the next season. Patterson stayed in Pittsburgh until 1993 when he joined the TexasContinue reading “Bob Patterson”

Jim Poole

Poole pitched for 11 seasons in the majors, breaking in with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1990 and finishing with the Montreal Expos in 2000. In between, he pitched for the Texas Rangers, Baltimore Orioles, Cleveland Indians, San Francisco Giants, Philadelphia Phillies and Detroit Tigers. In 431 games, Poole went 22-12 with a 4.31 ERAContinue reading “Jim Poole”

Donn Pall

A member of the 1997 world champion Florida Marlins, Pall pitched for 10 seasons in the majors, going 24-23 with 10 saves and a 3.63 ERA. He came up with his hometown Chicago White Sox in 1988 and pitched for the team for six years before being traded to the Philadelphia Phillies in September 1993.Continue reading “Donn Pall”

Ed Putman

Putman played in 43 games for the Chicago Cubs and Detroit Tigers between 1976-1979. In 71 at bats he hit .239 with two home runs. He played most of his games at catcher, but also appeared at first base and third base during his brief major league stint. Putman’s professional career lasted from 1975-1981. EdContinue reading “Ed Putman”

Tom Poquette

Poquette played for seven seasons in the majors, breaking in with the Kansas City Royals in 1973 and finishing with the Royals in 1982. In between he played for the Boston Red Sox and Texas Rangers and hit .268 with 10 home runs in 452 games. Poquette was a regular for the Royals as aContinue reading “Tom Poquette”

Charlie Puleo

Puleo pitched for eight seasons in the majors, posting a 29-39 record with a 4.25 ERA in 180 games. He came up with the New York Mets in 1981 and went 9-9 in 171 innings for the team the following season. Following this promising start, the Mets dealt him to the Cincinnati Reds in aContinue reading “Charlie Puleo”

Ken Phelps

Phelps spent 11 seasons in the big leagues, playing for six teams and hitting .239 with 123 home runs. He broke in with the Kansas City Royals in 1980 and played 10 games for the Montreal Expos in 1982 before finding a home with the Seattle Mariners in 1983. Phelps hit 24 home runs inContinue reading “Ken Phelps”

Dan Petry

An all star in 1985, Petry won 125 games in a 13-year career that lasted from 1979-1991 and saw him pitch for four different teams. His best years came for the Detroit Tigers in the early to mid 1980’s. Petry won at least 10 games every year for Detroit from 1980-1985. He was a 19-gameContinue reading “Dan Petry”

Broderick Perkins

Perkins played sevens seasons in the big leagues for the San Diego Padres and Cleveland Indians. In 516 games he hit .271 with eight home runs. He broke in with San Diego in 1978 and hit .240 in 62 games. He continued as a reserve for the Padres until 1982 when he played 125 gamesContinue reading “Broderick Perkins”

Buddy Pritchard

A Pittsburgh Pirates bonus baby, Pritchard played in 23 games for the Pirates in 1957, getting one hit in 11 at bats. He scored a run and struck out four times in his brief career. Pritchard played in the minors for Pittsburgh from 1958-1965. He hit 12 home runs in Single A in 1960 andContinue reading “Buddy Pritchard”