American professional baseball player.- Jimmy Wynn
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American professional baseball team based in Houston.
Jimmy Wynn, Rusty Staub, and Joe Morgan all made their major league debuts in the 1963 season.
American baseball manager and former outfielder who is the manager of the Houston Astros in Major League Baseball (MLB).
After expressing a desire to be traded upon the closure of the 1975 season, Baker was traded on November 17, 1975 along with Ed Goodson to the Los Angeles Dodgers for Lee Lacy, Tom Paciorek, Jerry Royster and Jimmy Wynn.
American former professional baseball left-handed pitcher, who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Cincinnati Redlegs/Reds, Washington Senators, Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros, St. Louis Cardinals, and Chicago White Sox.
Prior to the season, the Dodgers traded Osteen to the Houston Astros for outfielder Jimmy Wynn.
The championship series of Major League Baseball's 1974 season.
Steve Garvey hit .312, Jimmy Wynn knocked in 108 runs, Bill Buckner hit .314 in one of the best years of his career, Davey Lopes stole 59 bases, Andy Messersmith won twenty games, and Don Sutton won nineteen games.
Major League Baseball park in Cincinnati, Ohio.
On June 10, 1967, Houston outfielder Jimmy Wynn hit a home run to center, onto future I-75. This shot has been portrayed in many films and television shows.
Public high school located in the West End area of downtown Cincinnati, Ohio.
Jimmy Wynn, former MLB player (Houston Astros, Los Angeles Dodgers, Atlanta Braves, New York Yankees, Milwaukee Brewers)
The Tampa Tarpons were a minor league baseball team based in Tampa, Florida.
Jim Wynn (1962) 3 x MLB All-Star
The franchise's first season in the Houston Astrodome, as well as its first season as the Astros after three seasons known as the Colt .45s.
American professional baseball player, manager, scout and executive in Major League Baseball.
Richards stocked the Houston club (soon renamed the Astros) with young players – including Joe Morgan, Jimmy Wynn, Mike Cuellar, Don Wilson and Rusty Staub – but he was fired after the 1965 season when the on-field results did not match owner Roy Hofheinz' expectations.
World Series: St. Louis Cardinals over New York Yankees (4-1)
March 12 – Jim Wynn