Professional Baseball Player. As a right-handed pitcher, he played in the majors for nine seasons with the Cincinnati Reds, the Los Angeles Dodgers, and the Anaheim Angels. He was on the Los Angeles Dodgers' 1959 championship team and in his career pitched in 362 games, mostly in relief, with a record of 54-51, 539 strikeouts, 32 saves and a 4.03 ERA. He worked as a pitching coach for 14 years with the Yankees, Minnesota, Detroit, Texas and Oakland. With the New York Yankees, he won World Series rings in 1977 and 1978, under manager Billy Martin, his close friend.
Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith
He loved his family
Member of S.C. Hall of Fame
A true friend to all and baseball
Virginia Ruth Burch Fowler