About Ron Reed Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Ronald Reed, popular as Ron Reed, is a former professional baseball player who appeared in the Major League Baseball. He comes from LaPorte, Indiana where he started learning the baseball game. He played as a relief pitcher for the Atlanta Braves which drafted him in the 1966 season. His first game in the Major League Baseball came on September 26, 1966. He spent his first few years as an MLB rookie with the Braves and left the team in 1975. He then signed with the St. Louis Cardinals with which he had a one year stint.
Reed also played for the Philadelphia Phillies which he signed in 1976 and stayed with the team until the 1983 season. In his final season in the Major League Baseball, he played for the Chicago White Sox. He has his final MLB games with the team on September 29, 1984.
According to statistics, he spent a total of 19 years in the league and has logged 3.46 ERA and made 103 saves. He also recorded 1481 strikeouts and ended his MLB career with 146-140 record.
In 1968, Reed was included in the National League All-Star team and had played a great role in helping the Atlanta Braves in its National League division win. He also recorded the highest number of reliefs in MLB with 13 in the 1979 season. Adie from his celebrated baseball career, he also played in the National Basketball Association.
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