Last batch of letters for a while. Got 10 going out to: Pete Stanicek, Van Snider, Steve Shields, Tom Prince, Scott May, Jeff Kunkel, Ed Hearn, Drew Hall, Tommy Gregg and John Davis.
Friends, first of all thank you for all of the support over the years. It means a lot and helps us preserve the stories of all the players we’ve featured on this site. I am excited to report that yesterday we published our 589th player feature (Mike Stenhouse). That means we’re just 11 players awayContinue reading “The push to 600”
Eleven letters in the mail today, going to: Ken Williams, Benito Santiago, Junior Noboa, Tom Newell, Dave Meads, Louie Meadows, Lance McCullers, Ray Hayward, Albert Hall, Jose Alvarez and Jay Aldrich.
Got seven letters going in the mail today, going to: Rolando Roomes, James Steels, Doug Jennings, Mike Hart, Ty Gainey, LaVel Freeman and Randall Byers.
Ten letters in the mail today, going to: Ed Wojna, Reggie Williams, Curt Wardle, Nate Snell, Razor Shines, Rick Schu, John Russell, Gary Green, Ken Dixon and John Cangelosi.
Putting 12 letters in the mail today, going to: Jamie Allen, Butch Davis, Jimmy Smith, Craig Minetto, Brad Mills, Ed Hodge, Doug Gwosdz, Rich Bordi, Mark Bomback, Dwight Bernard, Mike Barlow and Howard Bailey.
Putting 13 letters in the mail today, going to: Jeff Twitty, John Fulgham, Jerry Ujdur, Dave Owen, Ed Nunez, Jim Lentine, Mark Lee, Dave LaPoint, Curt Kaufman, Keith Creel, George Cappuzzello, Dave Van Gorder and Dennis Werth.
Putting 13 letters in the mail today, going to: Rick Williams, Jim Wright, Rick Peters, Willie Norwood, Nelson Norman, Larry Wolfe, Carlos Lezcano, Anthony Johnson, Leo Hernandez, Steve Hammond, Lorenzo Gray, Bob Babcock and Craig Chamberlain.
Guetterman pitched for 11 seasons in the majors. He came up with the Seattle Mariners in 1984, then joined the New York Yankees, New York Mets and St. Louis Cardinals, before concluding his career in 1996, back with the Mariners. He started a career-high 17 games in 1987 for Seattle and won 11 of them.Continue reading “Lee Guetterman”
Little played for five seasons in the majors, hitting .245 with three home runs in 327 games. He broke in with the Montreal Expos in 1982 and stayed there until 1985 when he was traded to the Chicago White Sox. He split the 1986 season between the ChiSox and the New York Yankees. That wouldContinue reading “Bryan Little”