Bats: Left, Throws: Left
Height: 6' 2", Weight: 205 lb.
Born: July 18, 1944 in Coffeyville, KS
High School: Castlemont HS (Oakland, CA) by the Signed Minnesota Twins as an amateur free agent in 1962.
( All Transactions) Debut: April 18, 1965 (Age 20)
vs. DET 9.0 IP, 1 H, 10 SO, 5 BB, 0 ER Teams (by GP): Angels/Yankees/Orioles/Expos 1965-1983 Agents: Dick Moss [*] Final Game: September 21, 1983 (Age 39)
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News -- November 2013
11/1 Twinstrivia.com: Do you remember Garrabrant Alyea?: Garrabrant (Brant) Ryerson Alyea was born in Passaic, New Jersey and will turn 73 on December 8th. His father’ s family was ... News -- October 2013
10/25 halosdaily.com: Halo History: Andy Messersmith, The First Free Agent: In 1879, as professional baseball was steadily growing in po**** the owners of the eight teams of the National League were worried ...
10/2 James Smyth Broadcast: Top Yankees Postseason Home Runs by Inning: Third Inning: We continue our series with the biggest third inning home runs in Yankees playoff history:(1st inning, 2nd inning)6. ... News -- September 2013
News -- May 2013
5/31 halosdaily.com: Halo History: The Remarkable George Brunet: George Brunet (broo-nay) is probably the best Angels pitcher you have never heard of. The Angels acquired him in 1964 when the ... News -- February 2013
2/15 Halos Heaven: Friday HaloLinks: Radio Radio Edition:
Friday HaloLinks: It's nice to smell baseball in the air once again! Our Baseball Winter is officially ... News -- December 2012
12/21 Buhner Dot Com: The Yankee Pitcher Curse – Part 1: The Dawn Of Steinbrenner (1975-1981): A couple of weeks ago, Jeff Passan implied something that a lot of people have said in the past. He stated that players coming ... News -- July 2012
7/26 High Heat Stats: Fernando Rodney, in the zone: On Tuesday, Fernando Rodney converted his 13th straight Save chance and 28th in 30 tries, while running his scoreless streak ... News -- June 2012
6/2 High Heat Stats: All shutout streaks of 3 or more since 1918: I had to separate this from the “…by decade” post, due to data limitations. Here are all individual shutout ...
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
5/22 James Smyth Broadcast: All-Time Bluefield Team - Tom Phoebus: The 12th man on the All-Time Bluefield-to-the-Bigs Team pitching staff is Tom Phoebus. Adorned with an impressive unibrow, this ...
5/10 High Heat Stats: Jekyll and Hyde Pitchers: Recently, John Autin coined the term “disaster start” to denote starts where a pitcher allows more runs than innings ... News -- March 2012
3/30 Bus League Baseball: The Bizarro Hall of Fame: The Class of 1989: 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 -- November 2011
11/4 High Heat Stats: Bob Forsch 1950-2011: A day after the sad news about Manny Alou, today baseball lost another long time player in Bob Forsch. Forsch pitched for sixteen ... News -- September 2011
9/22 B-R Blog: Matt Moore fans 11 Yanks in his first start: Thursday night in the Bronx, 22-year-old Matt Moore, Tampa's latest pitching phenom, struck out 11 over 5 scoreless innings ...
9/5 B-R Blog: Phils’ reliever throws 20 wide ones: In a long-relief stint in Sunday's 14-inning game, David Herndon of the Phillies issued 5 intentional walks (and 7 walks in all) ... News -- June 2011
6/15 Johngy's Beat: An Evening with Tom Paciorek: When Tom Paciorek joined the Chicago White Sox, I was torn. While I had liked Paciorek from the early 70's when he was ... News -- May 2011
5/23 B-R Blog: 5+ Career Games Since 1919 With 1 IP Or Less & 5+ ER Allowed: Since 1919, how many pitchers have 5 or more games in their career where they lasted 1 inning or less in the game and allowed ... News -- April 2011
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
3/20 The Captain's Blog: Shuffling the Deck: Assigning Rotation Slots Nothing More than a Slight of Hand: The last two slots in the Yankees’ starting rotation remain up for grabs, but the order of the first three has been officially ... News -- February 2011
2/18 YankeeAnalysts.com: Can Lightning Strike Twice? Joba, Yankees Can Learn A Lot From Ron Guidry: (The following is being syndicated from The Captain’s Blog). Once upon a time, the Yankees had a promising young pitching prospect who ...
2/18 The Captain's Blog: Can Lightning Strike Twice? Joba, Yankees Can Learn A Lot from Ron Guidry: (In addition to appearing at The Captain’s Blog, this post is also being syndicated at TheYankeeAnalysts). Once upon a time, ... News -- October 2010
10/18 B-R Blog: Which Staff Had the Most Wins in Their Future?: Here's an interesting question sent to us by B-R reader Phil: "I've been a Mets fan since 1967, when, as the youngest kid in my ... News -- August 2010
8/8 B-R Blog: Brandon Morrow’s Big Day 8/8/10: By now, you've probably have heard about Morrow's effort today.
So, since 1920 and through yesterday, how many starting pitchers, ... News -- June 2010
6/8 B-R Blog: Consecutive Starts 8+IP, 1-R: With his shutout of the Reds tonight, not only has Matt Cain thrown at least 8 innings in 4 consecutive starts, he has also ...
6/5 B-R Blog: Stephen Strasburg, best game scores in a debut, and happy birthday to us!: Well, Stephen Strasburg's major-league debut is just about upon us. I have even dedicated an entire Stat Challenge to him and ...