Ron Bryant

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Ron Bryant
Born: (1947-11-12) November 12, 1947 (age 71)
Redlands, California
Batted: Switch Threw: Left
MLB debut
September 29, 1967, for the San Francisco Giants
Last MLB appearance
July 29, 1975, for the St. Louis Cardinals
MLB statistics
Win–loss record57–56
Earned run average4.02
Career highlights and awards

Ronald Raymond Bryant (born November 12, 1947) was a Major League Baseball pitcher from 1967 to 1975. Bryant's career record was 57 wins and 56 losses with a 4.02 ERA, mostly with the San Francisco Giants. He had 519 strikeouts in 917 career innings pitched. In 1973, Bryant had a 24–12 record with a 3.53 ERA for San Francisco. His 24 wins tied him with Wilbur Wood for most victories that year and made him the National League's only 20-game winner. In 1972, he went 14–7 with a 2.90 ERA. Bryant was injured in a swimming pool accident during spring training in 1974 and he went 3–15 with a 5.61 ERA. His request to be placed on the voluntary retired list was granted by the Giants on April 4, 1975. The primary reason he stated for his decision was a desire to spend more time with his wife and their two children.[1] His contract was dealt by the Giants to the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for Larry Herndon and minor league pitcher Tony Gonzales on May 9, 1975. Bryant ended his brief retirement once the mandatory 60-day stay on the voluntary list expired on June 6.[2] His major league pitching career ended when he was released by the Cardinals on July 30, 1975 after rejecting a demotion to the Tulsa Oilers.[3]

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