| Born: January 15, 1963 |
|July 19, 1988, for the Los Angeles Dodgers|
|Last MLB appearance|
|October 2, 1993, for the Chicago Cubs|
|Earned run average||5.18|
MLB debut July 19, 1988, for the LA Dodgers Last MLB appearance Oct 2, 1993, for the Chicago Cubs MLB statistics Gain–loss record 2–2 Earned work typical 5.18 Strikeouts 18 Groups LA Dodgers (1988) Chicago Cubs (1993) William Raymond Brennan (given birth to January 15, 1963) was a pitcher in Main League Football. Brennan spent his senior high school years in Nashville, Tennessee and performed for Bellevue and Hillwood Great Schools. Brennan attended Mercer School and was signed seeing that an undrafted free of charge agent with the LA Dodgers on Sept 1, 1984. He performed for the Vero Seaside Dodgers (1985), San Antonio Dodgers (1986) and Albuquerque Dukes (1987–1988) prior to making his main league debut using the Dodgers on July 19, 1988 being a beginning pitcher against the St. Louis Cardinals. He proved helpful 4.2 innings, quit 3 works and took losing. He made an appearance in four video games for the Dodgers throughout their championship calendar year of 1988, producing two starts. He was back again using the Dukes for 1989 and moved around, using for the Tucson Toros (Houston Astros), Harrisburg Senators (Montreal Expos), Toledo Dirt Hens (Detroit Tigers) and Iowa Cubs, before getting another possibility in the bigs using the Chicago Cubs in 1993. He pitched in 8 video games, making 1 begin in 93. After yet another season with Iowa, he was out of baseball following the 1994 season.