Friday, March 9, 2012

Epic Sideburns

Behind the very 1970s-styled sideburns, there's not a lot of information about this guy on the regular Internet databases:

Card #92 -- Jerry Bell, Milwaukee Brewers

Jerry Bell played his entire major league career with the Milwaukee Brewers. He was drafted by the Seattle Pilots during their only season in 1969, and then stayed with the organization after they relocated to Milwaukee. Primarily used as a reliever at first, he was moved to the regular starting rotation in 1973.

1973 would be the only season where Bell would stay with the parent club for the entire year, and was also the only season where he didn't end up getting a winning record. That said, his 9-9 mark gave him a .500 winning percentage...which was better than his club managed that year.

He was known for having decent control and was excellent at placing his pitches. However, he was out of the game after 1974.

2 comments:

  1. Those chops would make Elvis jealous!

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  2. Epic sideburns AND a near mono brow. Classic look indeed!

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