Phil Stephenson

Stephenson played for four seasons for the Chicago Cubs and San Diego Padres from 1989-1992. In 194 games, he hit .201 with six home runs. His career began in Chicago, but lasted just 17 games, as the Cubs dealt him to San Diego in September 1989. Stephenson played in 103 games for the Padres inContinue reading “Phil Stephenson”

Chris Hammond

Hammond pitched for 14 years in the majors, posting a 66-62 career record with a 4.14 ERA. He came up in 1990 with the Cincinnati Reds. He won 11 games for the Florida Marlins in 1993, which would be his career high. He went on to pitch for the Boston Red Sox before returning toContinue reading “Chris Hammond”

Mark Knudson

Knudson pitched for eight seasons in the majors, breaking in with the Houston Astros in 1985 and finishing with the Colorado Rockies in 1993. In 121 games he posted a 24-29 career record with a 4.72 ERA. He spent most of his career with the Milwaukee Brewers and it was with the Brewers that heContinue reading “Mark Knudson”

Gary Wayne

Wayne pitched for six years in the majors, going 14-14 with a 3.93 ERA for the Minnesota Twins, Colorado Rockies and Los Angeles Dodgers. Wayne played from 1989-1994 and never made a start in the big leagues. He had his best season while pitching for the Twins in 1992 as he won three games andContinue reading “Gary Wayne”

Kelly Gruber

A two-time all-star, Gruber played for 10 years, all but one of them for the Toronto Blue Jays, from 1984-1994. In 939 games, he hit .259 with 117 home runs while winning a Gold Glove and Silver Slugger award. Gruber first arrived in the big leagues in 1984 but had to wait until 1987 toContinue reading “Kelly Gruber”

Bill Landrum

Landrum pitched for eight seasons in the majors, going 18-15 with 58 saves and a 3.39 ERA for the Cincinnati Reds, Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates and Montreal Expos from 1986-1993. He enjoyed a solid year as the Pirates’ closer in 1989. He saved 26 games for Pittsburgh that season and had a sparkling 1.67 ERA.Continue reading “Bill Landrum”