We’re not doing very well at the mailbox, as you can probably tell from our lack of regular posts. Thus, I am doing a second mailing this week, sending letters to: Paul Moskau, Steve Mura, Jim Maloney, Jim Merritt, Dave Wickersham, Bob Veale, Joel Harlen, Clyde Wright, Fritz Peterson, Wally Bunker, Neal Heaton, Willie Horton, […]
An all-star in 1977, Candelaria won 177 games during a 19-year career that saw him pitch for eight different teams between 1975-1993. He came up with the Pittsburgh Pirates and soon was one of the team’s better starting pitchers. He won 20 games in 1977 and led the National League with a 2.34 ERA. In […]
We have eight letters going in the mail today to: Bill Freehan, Paul Dade, Rich Dauer, Tom Donohue, Brian Doyle, Elliott Maddox, John Montefusco and Jim Morrison.
Roberge pitched for six years in the big leagues, going 12-12 with 10 saves and a 3.98 ERA. He came up with the Houston Astros in 1979 and appeared in 26 games, getting his first three wins in the process. He continued to make sporadic appearances for Houston though the 1982 season. He joined the […]
Our long slump persists, so we are putting 14 letters in the mail today, hoping more volume equals more responses. They are going to: Bucky Dent, Dave Frost, Lynn Jones, Mickey Klutts, Fred Stanley, Joe Strain, Steve Swisher, Bob Watson, Eric Wilkins, Rick Wise, Richard Wortham, Mark Littell, Frank LaCorte and Rafael Landestoy.
The Milwaukee Brewers closer in 1983, Ladd pitched for six years in the big leagues, going 17-23 with 39 saves for the Brewers, Houston Astros and Seattle Mariners. He came up with the Astros in 1979 and pitched in 10 games before returning to the minors for the next two seasons. Ladd resurfaced in the […]
Perhaps better known as a manager, Bobby Valentine played for 10 seasons in the majors, hitting .260 with 12 home runs. His best year came with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1974 when he hit .274 and scored a career-high 42 runs. Valentine went on to manage the Texas Rangers, New York Mets and Boston […]