Swings and misses

Joe Hicks played in 212 games during five years in the big leagues. He played from 1959-1963 and hit .221 with 12 home runs. He played sparingly for the Chicago White Sox in his first two years, then joined the Washington Senators in 1961. Hicks played in 102 games for the team in 1962 and […]

Kurt Stillwell

An all star in 1988, Stillwell spent nine years in the majors, hitting .249 with 34 home runs in 998 games. He broke in with the Cincinnati Reds in 1986 and was immediately a starter for the team, playing in 104 games as a rookie and 131 the next season. The Reds dealt him to […]

Swings and misses

A three-time all star, Chili Davis hit 350 home runs during a 19-year career that spanned from 1981-1999. In 2,435 games, Davis hit .274 with 2,380 hits and 1,372 RBIs. Davis was an all star in 1984 and 1986 while playing for the San Francisco Giants and in 1994 for the California Angels. He hit […]

Swings and misses

A reserve catcher, Bill Schroeder spent eight seasons in the big leagues, playing for the Milwaukee Brewers and California Angels from 1983-1990. In 376 games hit hit .240 with 61 home runs. Despite limited playing time, Schroeder twice crossed the double-digit home run threshold. He hit 14 for Milwaukee in 1984 then repeated the feat […]

Ken McMullen

McMullen played for 16 years in the big leagues, breaking in with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1962 and finishing with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1977. In between, he played in 1,583 games for the Dodgers, Washington Senators, California Angels, Oakland A’s and Brewers. He hit .248 with 156 home runs while predominately playing third […]

Mark Gubicza

A two-time all star, Gubicza pitched for 14 seasons in the majors, mostly for the Kansas City Royals, from 1984-1997. He broke in with Kansas City and immediately made an impact, winning 10 years his first season and finishing seventh in the American League Rookie of the Year vote. Gubicza went on to post double-digit […]

Swings and misses

An all star in 1979, Bruce Bochte spent 12 productive years in the big leagues, playing for the California Angels, Seattle Mariners and Oakland A’s. In 1,538 games Bochte hit .282 with 100 home runs. His best year came while playing for Seattle in 1979. He hit .316 that season while setting career highs in […]