Originally Posted by Bob Borkowski
Always one of my first thoughts when his career is discussed: he batted .307 for the 1976 Reds as the number 8 hitter in the lineup!
Ah, the many joys of remembering the Big Red Machine.
He won a bunch of gold gloves too. He had great range in CF and a great arm too. He was a very quiet person who easily was overshadowed by the big personalities on the BRM.