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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

    2/9/2024...ex Senator, Tiger, Brewer: Jim Hannan, age 85. https://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2024/...sses-away.html

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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

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    2/9/2024...ex Senator, Tiger, Brewer: Jim Hannan, age 85. https://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2024/...sses-away.html

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    63-41 lifetime with a 3.88 career E.R.A. 101 starts and 165 relief appearances in a 10-year career.

    Fun Fact: Served as first President of the MLB Player Alumni Association.

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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

    brant alyea was a reds minor leagure al mcbean gave up a homer to shamsky as part of the four in a row

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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

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    2/9/2024...ex Senator, Tiger, Brewer: Jim Hannan, age 85. https://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2024/...sses-away.html

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    Here's the card I remember of Hannan. He only played 7 games for the Tigers in 1971 before being traded to the Brewers to finish out the season and his career. RIP Jim Hannan.



    https://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/H/Phannj102.htm
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    Sad for Reds fans

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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

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    One of my favorite Reds pitchers ever. RIP Don another one gone from my childhood.

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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

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    One of my favorite Reds pitchers ever. RIP Don another one gone from my childhood.
    I know the Reds had sone great pitchers in the 30s and 40s, but in my lifetime, Don Gullett is in the all-Reds rotation with Maloney, Soto, Rijo, and Cueto. Maybe Seaver instead of Soto or Rijo, but he seems like a ringer.
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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

    Quote Originally Posted by mth123 View Post
    I know the Reds had sone great pitchers in the 30s and 40s, but in my lifetime, Don Gullett is in the all-Reds rotation with Maloney, Soto, Rijo, and Cueto. Maybe Seaver instead of Soto or Rijo, but he seems like a ringer.
    I loved Gullett saw him pitch in person many times.

    While I was growing up in the '60s, I thought the Reds had some pretty good Pitchers.
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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Madden View Post
    I loved Gullett saw him pitch in person many times.

    While I was growing up in the '60s, I thought the Reds had some pretty good Pitchers.
    By the time I started watching, Maloney was the only one left. O'Toole, Jay and Purkey were all gone.
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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

    Quote Originally Posted by mth123 View Post
    By the time I started watching, Maloney was the only one left. O'Toole, Jay and Purkey were all gone.
    I liked all of them. Sammy Ellis too.

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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

    Saw Gullett pitch at Riverfront back in the 70's. This one hits home.

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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

    With Gullett's passing, Here is a mid-month update on the 2024 roster.

    2B - Steve Staggs
    SS/2B - Bud Harrelson
    SS/2B - Jimy Williams
    3B/2B/SS - Billy Gardner
    OF - Don Lassetter
    OF - Brant Alyea
    SP - Don Gullett
    SP/RP - Art (Red) Swanson
    SP/RP - Al McBean
    SP/RP - Jim Hannan
    RP - John Pregenzer

    Since the last roster update, the club has focused primarily on adding to the pitching staff, signing a front-end starter, a couple of versatile swingmen, and a relief arm. In the only other move, the club made a signing to help fill one of the holes in the outfield. As it's that time of year for pitchers and catchers to report, the club has no catchers and is scouring the area to locate some non-roster backstops to work with their pitchers.

    Team Strengths - Infield flexibility, Pitching staff versatility, and players with the chops to become managers in the future.

    Team Weaknesses - Gaping holes at C, 1B, and a shortage of outfielders. Lack of power bats.

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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

    Safe to say that Gullett is the opening day starter on this roster. RIP
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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

    Good article on Gullett from 1989.

    https://www.chicagotribune.com/1989/...only-a-memory/

    RIP sir
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    Re: Some Obituaries of Recently Deceased Major Leaguers Part Three

    Tom Qualters, a relief Pitcher who appeared in a total 34 games for the Phillies and White Sox between 1953 and 1958. He finished his career with a 0-0 record and did not record a save. his most interesting stat is his 1953 E.R.A. which was 162.16 after allowing 6 earned runs in one-third of an inning.

    https://www.baseball-almanac.com/pla...hp?p=qualtto01

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