Jim Todd

Todd posted a 25-23 career mark with a 4.23 ERA and 24 saves as a member of the Chicago Cubs, Oakland A’s and Seattle Mariners from 1974-1979. He enjoyed his best season while pitching for the A’s in 1975. He went 8-3 that year with 12 saves and a 2.29 ERA. He won seven gamesContinue reading “Jim Todd”

Milt Thompson

Thompson spent 13 seasons playing in the majors, breaking in with the Atlanta Braves in 1984 and finishing with the Colorado Rockies in 1996. In between he had many productive seasons for the Philadelphia Phillies and St. Louis Cardinals. He also spent time with the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers. In 1,359 games, ThompsonContinue reading “Milt Thompson”

Walt Terrell

Terrell won 111 games during 11 years in the majors. He came up with the New York Mets in 1982 and was an 11-game winner for the team in 1984. The Mets dealt him to the Detroit Tigers at the end of 1984 and he would enjoy his best seasons with the team. Terrell wasContinue reading “Walt Terrell”

Steve Trout

Trout pitched for 12 seasons in the big leagues, going 88-92 with a 4.18 ERA. He broke in with the Chicago White Sox in 1978 and won 11 games the following year. He joined the Chicago Cubs in 1983 and posted 10 wins that season and 13 more in 1984. That season would be theContinue reading “Steve Trout”

Jose Tartabull

Tartabull spent nine seasons playing for the Kansas City/Oakland A’s and Boston Red Sox. From 1962-1970, he appeared in 749 games and hit .261 with two home runs while stealing 81 bases. He played in 107 games for the Kansas City A’s as a rookie and had, arguably, his strongest season at the plate, hittingContinue reading “Jose Tartabull”

Dick Tracewski

Tracewski spent eight seasons manning various infield positions for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Detroit Tigers from 1962-1969. In 614 games he hit .213 with eight home runs. He twice (1963, 1964) played in over 100 games, with 1964 going down as his best year at the plate. He played in 106 games that seasonContinue reading “Dick Tracewski”

John Tamargo

Between 1976 and 1980, Tamargo appeared in 135 games for the St. Louis Cardinals, San Francisco Giants and Montreal Expos. In 244 at bats he hit .242 with four home runs. Tamargo twice played in 42 games in a season, which would rank as his career high. His best year was probably his last year,Continue reading “John Tamargo”

Jim Tyrone

Tyrone played in 177 games for the Chicago Cubs and Oakland A’s between 1972-1977. He hit .227 in 405 at bats with eight home runs. His best year came with the A’s in what would be his final season in the majors, 1977. He played in 96 games for Oakland that year, hitting .245 withContinue reading “Jim Tyrone”

Roy Thomas

Between 1977 and 1987, Thomas pitched in 182 major league games, going 20-11 with seven saves and a 3.82 ERA. He enjoyed a cup of coffee with the Houston Astros in 1977, then pitched in parts of three seasons for the St. Louis Cardinals from 1978-1980. After spending the next two seasons in the minors,Continue reading “Roy Thomas”

Gary Thomasson

Thomasson spent nine seasons in the majors, playing for four different teams from 1972-1980. He came up with the San Francisco Giants in 1972 and was a starter at first base and in the outfield the following season. He had the best year of his career in 1977 when he hit .256 with 17 homeContinue reading “Gary Thomasson”