The Montreal Expos’ franchise leader in wins, Rogers career spanned from 1973-1985, all with Montreal. A five-time all star, Rogers won 158 games for the Expos. He was second in the Rookie of the Year vote in 1973 and second in the Cy Young in 1982. He also finished fifth in the Cy Young in […]
Hutton spent 12 seasons playing in the majors, hitting .248 with 22 home runs in 952 games. He first came up with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1966 but appeared in just three games. He returned to the minors and did not come back to the majors until 1969 when he played in 16 games […]
An all star in 1982, Hume pitched for 11 years in the majors, going 57-71 with 92 saves. He came up with the Cincinnati Reds in 1977 and soon became a fixture in their bullpen. He saved 17 games in 1979, then led the National League in games finished (62) in 1980 while saving 25 […]
We’ve got some more mail headed out. Letters going to: Willie Wilson, Biff Pocoroba, Ron Pruitt, Dwayne Murphy, Bill Madlock, John Lowenstein, Lerrin LaGrow, Ron Kittle, Tom House, Dave Hilton, Dave Heaverlo, Jim Colborn and Jim Clancy.
Humphrey caught for three teams from 1971-1979, posting a .211 career average with six home runs. Primarily a backup, Humphrey did appear in 123 games for the California Angels in 1977. He hit .227 that year with two home runs and a career-high 34 RBIs. In addition to the Angels, Humphrey also played for the […]
A two-time all star, Chalk spent nine years playing in the majors. He came up with the California Angels in 1973 and was an all star the very next year. Splitting time between third base and shortstop, Chalk hit .252 with five home runs and 10 stolen bases in 1974. He became California’s full-time third […]
Ten more letters in the mail today, going to: Gene Pentz, Mike Phillips, Darold Knowles, Don Kirkwood, Leron Lee, Bob Locker, Wilbur Howard, Jim Holt, Gene Clines and Ken Clay.