Toronto Blue Jays Coaches: Bob Miller, Gene Tenace, Cito Gaston, Bobby Doerr, Gary Matthews, Cookie Rojas, Jimy Williams, Dwayne Murphy NOT A BOOK

ISBN: 9781155910758

Published: August 17th 2011

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Toronto Blue Jays Coaches: Bob Miller, Gene Tenace, Cito Gaston, Bobby Doerr, Gary Matthews, Cookie Rojas, Jimy Williams, Dwayne Murphy  by  NOT A BOOK

Toronto Blue Jays Coaches: Bob Miller, Gene Tenace, Cito Gaston, Bobby Doerr, Gary Matthews, Cookie Rojas, Jimy Williams, Dwayne Murphy by NOT A BOOK
August 17th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 28 pages | ISBN: 9781155910758 | 10.79 Mb

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: Bob Miller, Gene Tenace, Cito Gaston, Bobby Doerr, Gary Matthews, Cookie Rojas, Jimy Williams, DwayneMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: 26. Chapters: Bob Miller, Gene Tenace, Cito Gaston, Bobby Doerr, Gary Matthews, Cookie Rojas, Jimy Williams, Dwayne Murphy, Dave Stewart, John McLaren, Jim Lett, Galen Cisco, Al Widmar, Gary Denbo, Jackie Moore, Nick Leyva, Carlos Tosca, Eddie Rodriguez, Terry Bevington, Mel Queen, John Sullivan, Brad Arnsberg, Bobby Knoop, Brian Butterfield, Harry Warner, Mark Connor, Rich Hacker, Gil Patterson, Billy Smith, Bruce Walton, Rick Langford, Don Leppert, Roly de Armas, Omar Malave, Alex Andreopoulos.

Excerpt: Robert Lane Bob Miller (February 18, 1939 - August 6, 1993) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball. Miller was never a star pitcher, but his ability to fill in as a starting pitcher or relief pitcher, as needed, allowed him to have a career that spanned 18 years in Major League Baseball.

In his diverse journey through organized baseball, he played for three World Series champions-the 1963 Los Angeles Dodgers, 1965 Los Angeles Dodgers and the 1971 Pittsburgh Pirates-five league champions and four division winners, as well as for four teams that lost 100 or more games in a season. Miller played for ten different teams during his major league career, tying a modern-day record (since 1900) with Dick Littlefield that has since been broken. He played with three different teams in each of three different seasons: the Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs in 1970- the Cubs, San Diego Padres and Pittsburgh Pirates in 1971- and the Padres, Detroit Tigers and New York Mets in 1973.

His 12 consecutive losses at the start of the 1962 season with the Mets tied a record since broken by Anthony Young. Steve Treder of Hardball Times described Miller as a whatever-is-needed utility pitcher. Former teammate Roy Hartsfield, who managed the Toronto Blue Jays when Miller was the teams pitching coach, called him The Christian, a...



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