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Frank Linzy
Linzy in 1973
Born: (1940-09-15) September 15, 1940 (age 83)
Fort Gibson, Oklahoma, U.S.
Batted: Right
Threw: Right
MLB debut
August 14, 1963, for the San Francisco Giants
Last MLB appearance
September 2, 1974, for the Philadelphia Phillies
MLB statistics
Win–loss record62–57
Earned run average2.85

Frank Alfred Linzy (born September 15, 1940) is an American former professional baseball player, used almost exclusively as a relief pitcher. Over the course of his Major League Baseball (MLB) career, Linzy played for the San Francisco Giants (1963; 19651970), St. Louis Cardinals (19701971), Milwaukee Brewers (19721973), and Philadelphia Phillies (1974). He batted and threw right-handed.

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Major league career

In Linzy's first full MLB season (1965), he finished 13th in voting for the NL Most Valuable Player (won by his teammate, Willie Mays) and 3rd in voting for Rookie of the Year (won by Dodger Jim Lefebvre). That year, the hard-throwing righty had arguably his best season, in which he tallied a 9–3 win–loss (W-L) record, 57 games (G), 40 games finished (GF), 21 saves (SV), 8123 innings pitched (IP), allowing 76 hits (H), 19 runs (R), 13 earned runs (ER), 2 home Runs (HR), 23 walks (BB), notching 35 strikeouts (SO), hitting 3 batsmen (HBP), making 5 wild pitches (WP), facing 334 batters (BFP), yielding 8 intentional walks (IBB), and posting a 1.43 earned run average (ERA).

Linzy had only two games started (GS), over 11 MLB seasons. But he was not a "closer," in the modern sense of the word; Linzy was more of a 1960s "fireman," in that the Giants called upon him at any time — not just in the 9th inning — but in the 7th, the 8th, or whenever the opposition was threatening to score late in a tight game. In 1965 and 1966, Linzy was especially effective over the closing weeks in those two heated pennant races.

Linzy's big league totals include a record of 62–57 W-L, 516 G, 2 GS, 342 GF, 110 SV, 81713 IP, 790 H, 315 R, 259 ER, 35 HR, 282 BB, 358 SO, 14 HBP, 30 WP, 3,454 BFP, 97 IBB, 1 balk (BK), and a 2.85 ERA.


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