Frank Linzy

Almost exclusively a relief pitcher, Linzy was one of the top bullpen arms in the National League during much of the 1960’s. He came up with San Francisco and pitched eight games in 1963 before returning to the minors for 1964. He was back with the Giants in 1965 and this time he stuck. HeContinue reading “Frank Linzy”

George Culver

Culver went 48-49 with 23 saves and a 3.62 ERA during a nine-year stint in the big leagues. He came up with the Cleveland Indians in 1966 and finished with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1974. In between he pitched for the Cincinnati Reds, St. Louis Cardinals, Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers. His best yearContinue reading “George Culver”

John Kennedy

Mainly a utility infielder, Kennedy spend 12 years in the major leagues, coming up with the Washington Senators in 1962 and finishing his career with the Boston Red Sox in 1974. He played in 148 games for Washington in 1964, hitting .230 with seven home runs, 35 RBI and 55 runs scored. All of thoseContinue reading “John Kennedy”

George Strickland

Strickland spent 10 seasons in the major leagues, playing in the infield for the Pittsburgh Pirates and Cleveland Indians. He broke in with Pittsburgh in 1950, appearing in 23 games that year. He saw action in 138 games the following year which would serve as his career high. Never a great hitter, Strickland hit .216Continue reading “George Strickland”