Chuck Taylor

Chuck TaylorA starter in the minor leagues, Chuck Taylor was used primarily out of the bullpen in an eight-year major league career with four teams. His best season came with the Montreal Expos in 1974 when he was Gene Mauch‘s most reliable relief pitcher, appearing in 61 games, saving 11, and posting a 2.17 ERA. He never had the benefit of pitching for a manager who liked to use a fireman out of the bullpen, so he never got the chance to save a lot of games in the mid-1970s like several other pitchers of his era, like Clay Carroll, Al Hrabosky, and others.