Bruce Brubaker

Brubaker pitched in just two major league games, the first for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1967 and the second for the Milwaukee Brewers in 1970. He did not fare well either time,  logging a total of 3.1 innings while allowing five runs. Still, he got on a baseball card, which is more than mostContinue reading “Bruce Brubaker”

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”

Jay Johnstone

Johnstone spent 20 years in the major leagues, breaking in with the California Angels in 1966 and finishing with 17 games with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1985. In between, he banged out 1254 hits while playing for six different teams. His best seasons probably came during a stretch with the Philadelphia Phillies in theContinue reading “Jay Johnstone”

Nate Oliver

Oliver spent parts of seven seasons in the major leagues, playing mostly for the Los Angeles Dodgers as well as the San Francisco Giants, New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs. He broke into the big leagues with Los Angeles in 1963 and played in 99 games in 1964. He posted most of his career highsContinue reading “Nate Oliver”