Mike Stenhouse

Stenhouse appeared in 207 games for the Montreal Expos, Minnesota Twins and Boston Red Sox from 1982-1986. In 416 at bats he hit .190 with nine home runs. He had the best year of his career while playing for the Twins in 1985. Stenhouse hit .223 with five home runs that season. Stenhouse played withContinue reading “Mike Stenhouse”

Randy Scarberry

Scarberry pitched for two seasons (1979-1980) for the Chicago White Sox. In 60 games, he went 3-10 with six saves and a 4.50 ERA. He threw 101.1 innings as a rookie for the ChiSox and posted a 4.62 ERA. Scarberry pitched professionally from 1973-1980. Scarberry faced the Toronto Blue Jays at Exhibition Stadium in hisContinue reading “Randy Scarberry”

Horace Speed

Speed played in 113 games for the San Francisco Giants and Cleveland Indians between 1975 and 1979. He hit .207 with four stolen bases. He appeared in 70 games for Cleveland in 1978 and hit .226. This would account for the bulk of his time in the majors. He played in the minors from 1969-1980Continue reading “Horace Speed”

Phil Stephenson

Stephenson played for four seasons for the Chicago Cubs and San Diego Padres from 1989-1992. In 194 games, he hit .201 with six home runs. His career began in Chicago, but lasted just 17 games, as the Cubs dealt him to San Diego in September 1989. Stephenson played in 103 games for the Padres inContinue reading “Phil Stephenson”

Bill Scherrer

Scherrer pitched for seven years in the majors, compiling an 8-10 record with 11 saves and a 4.08 ERA. He came up with the Cincinnati Reds in 1982 and had his most productive season the next year. He pitched in 73 games for the Reds in 1983 and earned two wins while saving 10 gamesContinue reading “Bill Scherrer”

Franklin Stubbs

Stubbs spent 10 seasons in the majors, hitting .232 with 104 home runs for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros, Milwaukee Brewers and Detroit Tigers. He played from 1984-1992, then returned to the majors in 1995 with Detroit. He twice hit 23 home runs in a season, for the Dodgers in 1986 and the AstrosContinue reading “Franklin Stubbs”

Buddy Schultz

Schultz pitched for five seasons in the majors, playing for the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals from 1975-1979. In 168 games he went 15-9 with 12 saves and a 3.68 ERA. He had his best season while pitching for the Cardinals in 1977. He appeared in 40 games that year, mostly pitching in relief.Continue reading “Buddy Schultz”

Donnie Scott

Scott spent parts of four seasons catching for the Texas Rangers, Seattle Mariners and Cincinnati Reds between 1983 and 1991. In 173 games he hit .217 with seven home runs. He enjoyed his two most productive years in 1984 and 1985 while playing for the Rangers and Mariners. He hit .221 with three home runsContinue reading “Donnie Scott”