Charles Louis Leibrandt
Bats: Right, Throws: Left
Height: 6' 3", Weight: 195 lb.
Born: October 4, 1956 in Chicago, IL
School: Miami University of Ohio (Oxford, OH) by the Drafted Cincinnati Reds in the 9th round of the 1978 amateur draft.
( All Transactions) Debut: September 17, 1979 (Age 22)
vs. SFG 2.0 IP, 1 H, 0 SO, 2 BB, 0 ER Teams (by GP): Royals/Braves/Reds/Rangers 1979-1993 Agents: Dick Moss [*] Final Game: September 21, 1993 (Age 36)
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News -- March 2014
3/6 The Cardboard Examiner: 1993 TOPPS FINEST: #112 KIRBY PUCKETT: A KEG OF DYNAMITE ON AND OFF THE FIELD.SHOWING OFF THE GUN.DEFINING THE PLAYERKirby Puckett looked like a beer-league ... News -- November 2013
11/3 Kings of Kauffman: A youthful redux of 1985 in Kansas City: In 1985, then-General Manager John Shuerholz of the Kansas City Royals, along with Manager Dick Howser hung their rotation hopes ... News -- October 2013
10/16 Tomahawk Take: Morning Chop: Atlanta Braves News 10/16: Atlanta Journal-Constitution Wren discusses Braves’ season, playoff exit, future Q: You could have used an ace down the stretch, ...
10/9 Replacement Level Red Sox Blog: Division Series – Day Six Recap/Day Seven Preview: Two Game Fives the next two days while two series are over. Some discussion in the game thread last night (and what a great game ... News -- February 2013
2/15 Kings of Kauffman: A Memory Of Van Snider: Back in the mid-1980′s I saw a short clip about an outfielder in the Royals system who scouts were getting excited about. ... News -- October 2012
10/26 Puckett's Pond: Midday Memories: Twins 1991 World Series Game 6: The 1991 World Series was named the #1 Fall Classic of all time by ESPN. Relive the memories this postseason by celebrating ... News -- August 2012
8/12 Kings of Kauffman: Finding Royals Fame: I think one of the things you have to do as a fan when your team stinks is look at the glory days and remember when things were ... News -- June 2012
6/2 High Heat Stats: Consecutive CG shutouts by decade: By request of HHS reader Brett, here are the longest individual shutout streaks since 1918, broken down by decade. Note that streaks ... News -- May 2012
5/23 High Heat Stats: The Mount Rushmore of the Kansas City Royals: We finish the 1969 round of expansion with the Kansas City Royals. Just as a reminder, we’re trying to figure out which ... News -- April 2012
4/26 Bus League Baseball: The Bizarro Hall of Fame: The Class of 1999: The Bizarro Hall of Fame was a series I ran on my old blog, One More Dying Quail, in 2007. It consists of players who appeared ... News -- January 2012
1/11 High Heat Stats: WAAS for Pitchers: (For an explanation of the Wins Above All-Star Level method, as well as position-player values, see previous post.)The following ...
1/10 High Heat Stats: The 10 most under-appreciated players of the 1980s: #7 Mark Eichhorn: I love Mark Eichhorn so much that last year, I wrote a post at B-R.com entitled "I love Mark Eichhorn."It turns out that this ... News -- October 2011
10/14 B-R Blog: Long Relief Apperances In Winning & Last Game Of An LCS: How many of these efforts do you remember? Rk Player Date Series Gm# Tm Opp Rslt App,Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR Pit Str GSc IR IS ...
10/13 B-R Blog: Verlander ties 21st-century high in postseason pitches: Justin Verlander threw 133 pitches over 7.1 innings of ALCS game 5, allowing 4 runs (and the obligatory Nelson Cruz HR), but he ...
10/6 PaulLebowitz.com: GMs The Second Time Around: With two big general managing jobs open—the Angels and the Cubs—let’s take a look at recognizable title-winning ... News -- August 2011
8/19 i70baseball.com: Royals Five Year Bests: PitchersLooking at the top Royals pitchers by WAR by five year periods .
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5/26 B-R Blog: 1977 Topps #534 Paul Splittorff: Paul Splittorff of the Royals has died at the age of 64. He is the Royals' all-time leader in Wins: Rank Player Wins IP 1. Paul ...
5/19 Royally Speaking: Time to move Melky down: There is plenty of blame to go around for last nights 5-4 loss to the Texas Rangers, 13 walks issued by the pitching staff and ... News -- April 2011
4/17 B-R Blog: Justin Verlander’s Trippy Balk: Did you see this one? Verlander still has a ways to go before he catches up to some of these guys: Spanning Multiple Seasons or ...
4/11 B-R Blog: 1500+ IP After 1932 With ERA+ 100+ & Never An All-Star: How many pitchers had 1,500 IP after 1932 with an ERA+ of 100 or better in their career and never made an All-Star team? Here's ... News -- March 2011
3/3 B-R Blog: Relief Appearances Of 3+ IP In Postseason Deciding Games: How many players, from 1903 to 2010, have come into a post-season deciding game out of the bullpen and thrown 3 innings or more? ... News -- October 2010
10/21 B-R Blog: Data Dump: Postseason Strikeout-to-Walk Ratio Leaders: B-R user Simmy Cohen noticed that we don't have a K/BB leaderboard on our all-time playoff pitching leaders page, and asked if ... News -- May 2010
5/20 B-R Blog: WAR Data: Best Starting Pitchers Not In the Hall of Fame: Yesterday, I looked at the best eligible position players not in the Hall of Fame by WAR, and you responded with your votes by ...