How old is Ron Reed?

How old is Ron Reed?

Ronald Lee Reed (born November 2, 1942) is a former two sport star who spent two seasons as a forward in the National Basketball Association before spending nearly two decades as a Major League Baseball pitcher.

What was Jack Reed’s record in 1976?

Following a poor performance against his former Cardinal teammates on May 22, 1976, Reed’s record stood at 2–1 with a 4.95 ERA, with one of his two wins being the result of having blown a save for starter Steve Carlton on April 24. From there, he became rock solid.

Who was the losing pitcher in the 1980 National League Championship Series?

Reed was the losing pitcher in game two of the 1980 National League Championship Series with the Houston Astros, however, he pitched shutout ball over the remainder of the post season, earning a save in game two of the World Series.

Where did RJ Reed go to high school?

Reed was born in LaPorte, Indiana, and was a baseball, basketball and football star at LaPorte High School. After high school, he received a contract offer from the Kansas City Royals, but chose, instead, to attended Notre Dame on a basketball scholarship.

Who played in the NBA and MLB at the same time?

Reed is one of 13 athletes to have played in both the National Basketball Association and Major League Baseball. The thirteen are: Danny Ainge, Frank Baumholtz, Gene Conley, Chuck Connors, Dave DeBusschere, Johnny Gee, Dick Groat, Steve Hamilton, Mark Hendrickson, Cotton Nash, Reed, Dick Ricketts and Howie Schultz.

What happened to Jim Reed in 1967?

He spent the 1967 season with the Richmond Braves, and went 14–10 with a 2.51 ERA. He again received a September call-up, and went 1–1 with a 2.95 ERA in three starts. Reed joined the Atlanta Braves out of Spring training 1968. After three appearances out of the bullpen, Reed was moved into the starting rotation on April 29.

Who was traded from the Braves to the Cardinals?

May 28, 1975: Traded by the Atlanta Braves with a player to be named later to the St. Louis Cardinals for Ray Sadecki and Elias Sosa. The Atlanta Braves sent Wayne Nordhagen (June 2, 1975) to the St. Louis Cardinals to complete the trade.