We are putting 13 letters in the mail today, going to: Sid Bream, Tony LaRussa, Glenn Brummer, Bill Gullickson, Mickey Hatcher, Al Holland, Ruppert Jones, Bill Laskey, Andre Robertson, Dave Schmidt, Lee Smith, Mike Smithson and Wayne Tolleson.
From 1979-1987, Randy Niemann pitched in parts of eight seasons in the majors, winning seven games and saving three more. He came up with the Houston Astros and pitched in 26 games as a rookie. He made seven starts that year for Houston and threw two shutouts while picking up three wins and a save. […]
We have 12 letters going out today to: Pat Tabler, Guy Sularz, Larry Sorensen, Doug Sisk, Willie McGee, Roger McDowell, Howard Johnson, Tom Herr, Len Dykstra, Rick Dempsey, Tim Corcoran and Larry Bowa.
Rick Waits pitched for 12 seasons in the big leagues, going 79-92 with a 4.25 ERA. He pitched one game for the Texas Rangers in 1973 before joining the Cleveland Indians in 1975. He won 13 games for the Tribe in 1978, then 16 more in 1979. He was again a 13-game winner in 1980, […]
The American League win leader in 1977, Leonard pitched for 12 years in a career shortened by injuries. He posted 144 wins in those 12 seasons, while pitching exclusively for the Kansas City Royals. He won 15 games in 1975, then another 17 in 1976. In 1977 he won 20 games while striking out 244 […]
Lots of letters in the mail today. They are going to: Spike Owen, Ronn Reynolds, Jim Essian, Willie Randolph, Ruben Sierra, Terry Whitfield, Joel Youngblood, Jesse Orosco, Bob Ojeda, Lee Mazzilli, Rudy Law, Jay Howell, Sid Fernandez, Bill Fahey, Nick Esasky, Bobby Brown and Bruce Berenyi.
Joe Pettini played in 188 games for the San Francisco Giants during the 1980-1983 seasons. He hit .203 with one home run while serving as a utility infielder. His best season was his rookie year when he played in 63 games and hit .232 with his lone home run. Following his playing career, Pettini was […]