Mike Caldwell

The American League Comeback Player of the Year in 1978, Caldwell won 137 games over 14 years in the majors. He came up with the San Diego Padres in 1971 and bounced around the big leagues for the next seven seasons. He went 14-5 for the San Francisco Giants in 1974 but struggled the following […]

Swings and misses

An all star in 1974, John Hiller led the American League in saves (38), games finished (60) and games (65) in 1973. He was 10-5 that season with a 1.44 ERA and finished fourth in the Cy Young and fourth in the MVP vote as well. He went 17-14 with a 2.64 ERA during his […]

Larry Harlow

Harlow spent parts of six seasons playing in the majors. He was the Baltimore Orioles starting center fielder in 1978. Playing in 146 games, he hit .243 with 14 stolen bases and eight home runs. The Orioles dealt him to the California Angels the following season and he played in 109 games for the Halos […]

Swings and misses

Due to the fact we were out of town for two weeks and not getting our mail, we’ve got a lot of these to log. So, enjoy this super, super-sized swings and misses! Curt Simmons won 193 games pitching mostly for the Philadelphia Phillies and St. Louis Cardinals from 1947-1967. He made the National League […]

Swings and misses

One of the 100-oldest-living players, Tommy Brown spent nine seasons playing in the majors. He came up as a 16-year old with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1944 and stuck around for 1945 as well. With World War II over, Brown was out of pro ball in 1946 but came back to the Dodgers the following […]

Paul Mitchell

Mitchell pitched in 125 major league games from 1975-1980. He came up with the Baltimore Orioles, appearing in 11 games for them in his rookie season. He joined the Oakland A’s in 1976 and had the best year of his career, going 9-7 in 26 starts. The A’s sent him to the Seattle Mariners in […]