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KEN BRETT

MLB  Deceased
Positions
P-349
Born
Place
Died
November 18, 2003   (55.061)
Ht/Wt
5-11 / 195
Bats/Throws
Left / Left
High School
El Segundo  (El Segundo,CA)
College:
 
Drafted:
Boston Red Sox:  1966-1-4 (June-Reg) 
Full Name
Kenneth Alven Brett 
TBC Player ID
9188
MLB Debut
Brother of George Brett, Father of Casey Brett

Control
52
K-Rating
39
Efficiency
50
vsPower
41

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PITCHING STATISTICS
GameAgeSeasonResultDecisionIPHRERHRBBSOWPBKHBTBFPitchesStrBalStr%Career GCareer W-LFeat Description
1978-04-1029.2041978W  3-0 vs MINWSHO950002201033000 25076-76Complete game/Shutout
1976-07-1527.3001976W  5-3 vs MILWCG10733141000040000 20057-5410 Strikeouts, 200th career game
1975-05-2826.2521975W  3-0 vs HOUWSHO990000100135000 17047-47Complete game/Shutout
1974-05-2725.2511974W  6-0 vs SDNWSHO920000400029000 14535-39Complete game/Shutout, 2-hitter
1973-08-2924.3451973L  3-1 vs SFNL 8933341000035000 13029-3310 Strikeouts
1973-05-1924.2431973W  3-0 vs CHNWSHO930002500031000 11219-28Complete game/Shutout, 3-hitter
1971-05-0922.2331971L  6-1 @ MIL  6.2411011000025000 5610-1310 Strikeouts
1970-09-1922.0011970W  7-3 vs WS2W 7.2732021100033000 4810-1111 Strikeouts
1970-07-2021.3051970L  3-2 vs OAKL 3.273312800020000 324-7Struck out at least 2 batters per inning (1.2+ ip)
1970-06-0721.2621970W  7-4 vs KCASv 310002400012000 232-51st career save
1970-04-2521.2191970L  10-4 vs MIL  21000150008000 132-4Struck out at least 2 batters per inning (1.2+ ip)
1969-09-1220.3591969W  4-3 @ NYAW 7.293323100134000 51-11st career win
1967-09-2719.0081967L  6-0 vs CLE  23110020008000 10-01st career game


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