About Bryan Harvey Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Bryan Harvey is a retired professional baseball player in the Major League Baseball. He played in the league from 1987 until 1995. He was born in Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee and was a right handed relief pitcher. Before making the leap to professional baseball, Harvey was a student of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and went to Bandys High School prior to attending college.
The California Angels signed Harvey as an amateur free agent in 1984. He played for the Angels affiliates in the minor leagues until he was called up in 1987 to play for the team in the MLB. During the 1988 season, Harvey was able to record a .583 win-loss percentage after pitching with an ERA of 2.13. Harvey finished second in the voting for the AL Rookie Player of the Year award. He lost to Walt Weiss.
In 1991, Harvey pitched with a 1.60 ERA, recorded a total of 46 saves and finished 63 games. For those figures, he was named into the MLB All-Star Game and as the AL Rolaids Relief Man of the Year. He finished fifth in the voting for the AL Cy Young Award.
Harvey was named again to the MLB All-Star Game in 1993 while playing for the Florida Marlins and finished 8th in the voting for the Cy Young Award.
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