Don Gullett

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June 27, 2013 by Elizabeth Metz

Gullett

Left-handed pitcher, 1970-1976. Coach, 1993-2005. Inducted 2002.

Key starting pitcher for the Big Red Machine who made it to the Majors at age 19.  His career ERA with the Reds sits at 3.03, and he received Cy Young votes in 1974 and 75. Though shoulder troubles cut his career to only 8 years, he played for four World Championship winning teams (two each with the Reds and Yankees.) Later served as pitching coach for the Reds for two decades.

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  1. […] chief architects of the Big Red Machine teams of the 1970s. Responsible in particular for drafting Don Gullett and Ken Griffey, signing Dave Concepción, trading for Joe Morgan and George Foster, and hiring […]

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