William Brennan (baseball)
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|
Brennan attended Mercer University and was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Los Angeles Dodgers on September 1, 1984. He played for the Vero Beach Dodgers (1985), San Antonio Dodgers (1986) and Albuquerque Dukes (1987–1988) before making his major league debut with the Dodgers on July 19, 1988 as a starting pitcher against the St. Louis Cardinals. He worked 4.2 innings, gave up 3 runs and took the loss. He appeared in four games for the Dodgers during their championship year of 1988, making two starts.
He was back with the Dukes for 1989 and then moved around, playing for the Tucson Toros (Houston Astros), Harrisburg Senators (Montreal Expos), Toledo Mud Hens (Detroit Tigers) and Iowa Cubs, before getting another chance in the bigs with the Chicago Cubs in 1993. He pitched in 8 games, making 1 start in 93.
After one more season with Iowa, he was out of baseball after the 1994 season.
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