Bob Galasso

Galasso pitched in 55 games during parts of three seasons spent in the big leagues. He appeared in 11 games for the Seattle Mariners in 1977, then returned for 31 games with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1979 before concluding his big-league run with 13 more games for the Mariners in 1981. In 118 innings pitcherContinue reading “Bob Galasso”

Swings and misses

Roger Erickson won 35 games during a six-year run in the big leagues. From 1978-1983, he pitched for the Minnesota Twins and New York Yankees. His best season was his rookie year when he was 14-13 with a 3.96 ERA for Minnesota. The 1978 National League MVP and a seven-time all star, Dave Parker wasContinue reading “Swings and misses”

Rick Wise

Over an 18-year stretch in the big leagues, Wise went 188-181 with a 3.69 ERA while pitching for five teams. He debuted for the Philadelphia Phillies in 1964 and had an 11-win season for the team in 1967. He won 15 games for Philadelphia in 1969. This began a nine-year run that saw Wise postContinue reading “Rick Wise”

Swings and misses

Hal Dues pitched in 37 games for the Montreal Expos between 1977-1980, going 6-8 with a save and a 3.08 ERA. His best year was 1978 when he won five games for Montreal ¬†and notched his lone save in 99 innings of work. An all star in 1976, Steve Swisher spent nine seasons in theContinue reading “Swings and misses”

Broderick Perkins

Perkins played sevens seasons in the big leagues for the San Diego Padres and Cleveland Indians. In 516 games he hit .271 with eight home runs. He broke in with San Diego in 1978 and hit .240 in 62 games. He continued as a reserve for the Padres until 1982 when he played 125 gamesContinue reading “Broderick Perkins”

Swings and misses

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 wasContinue reading “Swings and misses”

Gary Gray

Gray spent parts of six seasons in the big leagues, playing for the Texas Rangers, Cleveland Indians and Seattle Mariners from 1977-1982. In 211 games he hit .240 with 24 home runs. His best year came in 1981 when he hit .245 with 13 home runs for Seattle. He played in a career-high 80 gamesContinue reading “Gary Gray”

Gary Roenicke

Roenicke played for 12 years in the majors, hitting .247 with 121 home runs for the Montreal Expos, Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves. He had a cup of coffee with Montreal in 1976, then came back up to the big leagues with Baltimore in 1978. He turned in a strong season forContinue reading “Gary Roenicke”

Swings and misses

Ed Romero spent 12 years in the big leagues, hitting .247 with eight home run in 730 games. Used mostly as a backup infielder, he played for the Milwaukee Brewers, Boston Red Sox, Atlanta Braves and Detroit Tigers. He saw action in 116 games for Milwaukee in 1984 and played in 100 games for theContinue reading “Swings and misses”

Larry Biittner

Biittner spent 14 years playing in the majors, hitting .273 with 29 career home runs. He came up with the Washington Senators in 1970 and moved with the team to Texas in 1972. He played in 137 games for the Rangers during their first year in Arlington and hit his first three career home runs.Continue reading “Larry Biittner”