Macha appeared in 180 big-league games, playing for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Montreal Expos and Toronto Blue Jays between 1974-1981. He hit .258 with one home run during his time in the majors. Macha’s career-high for games played came with the Expos in 1980. He appeared in 49 games that year for Montreal and hit .290 […]
Mail day has come one day early! Letters are going to: Bobby Valentine, Gary Matthews, Dennis Leonard, Charlie Leibrandt, Rick Langford, Dennis Kinney, Bruce Kimm, Clint Hurdle, Danny Heep, Bob Bailor and Wally Backman.
One of the 100-oldest-living players, Harrington pitched in 58 games for the Philadelphia and Kansas City A’s between 1953-1956. He went 5-5 with three saves and a 5.03 ERA. His best year came for Kansas City in 1955 when he appeared in 34 games and had a 4.11 ERA. Harrington’s professional career started in 1949 […]
A two-time all star, Ken Forsch, won 114 games during a 16-year career that saw him pitch for the Houston Astros and California Angels. A versatile pitcher, Forsch worked as a starter and out of the bullpen. He saved 19 games for the Astros in 1976 which earned him his first trip to the all-star […]
Twelve letters in the mail today, going to: Eric Rasmussen, Ellis Valentine, Steve McCatty, Randy Lerch, Terry Landrum, Doc Medich, Ross Grimsley, Doug Flynn, Tim Flannery, Roger Erickson, Garry Templeton and Julio Cruz.
Martz went 17-19 with a 3.78 ERA during a four-year stint in the big leagues, spent pitching in Chicago for the Cubs and White Sox. He came up with the Cubs in 1980 and won his first game. The next season he pitched in a career-high 33 games, going 5-7 with a 3.68 ERA. He […]
Roenicke played for 12 years in the majors, hitting .247 with 121 home runs for the Montreal Expos, Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves. He had a cup of coffee with Montreal in 1976, then came back up to the big leagues with Baltimore in 1978. He turned in a strong season for […]