Don Bosch

Don Bosch
Center fielder
Born: (1942-07-15) July 15, 1942 (age 75)
San Francisco, California
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
September 19, 1966, for the Pittsburgh Pirates
Last MLB appearance
July 9, 1969, for the Montreal Expos
MLB statistics
Batting average.164
Home runs4
Runs batted in13
Teams
  • Pittsburgh Pirates (1966)
  • New York Mets (1967-1968)
  • Montreal Expos (1969)

Biography

MLB debut Sept 19, 1966, for the Pittsburgh Pirates Last MLB appearance July 9, 1969, for the Montreal Expos MLB statistics Batting typical .164 Home works 4 Works batted in 13 Groups Pittsburgh Pirates (1966) NY Mets (1967–1968) Montreal Expos (1969) Donald John “Don” Bosch (given birth to July 15, 1942 in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California) is a ex – Major League Football (MLB) participant and minor group baseball all-star. Bosch was signed with the Pittsburgh Pirates seeing that an amateur free of charge agent in 1960. He managed to get to the main league membership in 1966. Among, Bosch made prevents in Kingsport, Batavia, Grand Forks, Kinston, Asheville, and Columbus. While using the Kinston Eagles, in 1963, he was called towards the Carolina Group all-star group and in 1966 while an associate from the Columbus Jets he produced the International Group all-star team. Following 1966 time of year, Bosch was exchanged with the Pirates with Don Cardwell to the brand new York Mets for Dennis Ribant and Gary Kolb. He performed in 94 big group video games for the Mets during 1967 and 1968. He also spent time during both years in the International Group. Following the 1968 campaign, Bosch was purchased with the Montreal Expos through the Mets. The Expos brought him up to the big leagues for 49 video games in 1969. Through the 1970 time of year, Bosch was exchanged with the Expos towards the Houston Astros for Mike Marshall. Bosch spent the growing season in Oklahoma Town and Buffalo-Winnipeg before departing professional football. His combined main group record was a .164 batting average, 52 hits, 6 doubles, a triple and four house runs in 146 video games – all as an outfielder. Bosch scored the 1st run in a significant league regular period video game in Canada. In the Expos’ inaugural house video game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Jarry Recreation area on Apr 14, 1969, he singled off Nelson Briles leading off underneath of the initial; he and Rusty Staub would rating on the three-run home work by Mack Jones—the first-ever house run within an MLB video game in Canada.

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