Rollie Fingers

Rollie Fingers
Birthdate 8/25/1946
Death Date
Debut Year 1968
Year of Induction 1992
Teams Athletics, Brewers, Padres
Position Pitcher

Rollie Fingers was a three-time World Series Champion, a 7-time All Star, a four-time Rolaids Relief Man of the Year & 1981’s Cy Young and MVP.

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The World Series MVP in 1974, Rollie Fingers had a 1.35 ERA in 16 Fall Classic games

The World Series MVP in 1974, Rollie Fingers had a 1.35 ERA in 16 Fall Classic games

One of the most effective closers in the history of the game, Rollie Fingers achieved individual and team success. During his 17-year career, Fingers earned 341 saves, leading the league three times. The reliever pitched in the postseason 6 times and helped three teams capture the World Series title
Rollie Fingers was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on August 2, 1992

Rollie Fingers was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on August 2, 1992

Rollie Fingers was a dominant reliever of his era. The seven-time All Star led the league in saves three times, had 20 or more ten times and finished with 341 overall. After the required 5-year wait, he appeared on the writers ballot for the Hall of Fame. Sixty-five and seven-tenths percent of the s
Fingers says being a Hall of Famer means,

Fingers says being a Hall of Famer means, "...that your dreams came true".

Rollie Fingers had quite a career. A 7-time All Star, Cy Young and MVP Award winning pitcher, he was also a three-time World Series champ and Fall Classic MVP. He finished his career as one of baseball’s most respected relievers. In 1992 baseball writers voted him into Cooperstown In this hand

2 responses to “Rollie Fingers”

  1. Brett Martin says:

    No they should not be categorized as CY Young candidates. Mr. Young was/is the epitomy of endurance. Relievers have an award- Fireman of the Year.

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