Ray Fosse

United States

Baseball

B: March 4, 1947

Two Time All-Star

Fosse was a catcher for twelve years in the majors for the Cleveland Indians (1967-'72, '76-'77), Oakland A's (1973-'75), Seattle Mariners (1977) and Milwaukee Brewers (1979). Fosse was an All-Star in 1970 and '71 and won two World Series with the A's. He won Gold Glove awards in 1970 and '71. In the 1970 All-Star Game he is very well known as being on the receiving end of a home plate collision with Pete Rose. He finished his career with a .256 batting average. Fosse currently serves as a broadcaster for the Oakland A's.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1975 Superteams Baseball Preliminary
2
$4,000
TOTALS
$4,000

PERSONAL BESTS
Superteams Obstacle Course
29.20
1975 Superteams Baseball Preliminary


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