Bob Buhl (1954 – Topps #210)

Robert Ray “Bob” Buhl was signed by and pitched mostly for the Milwaukee Braves (1953 – ’62) during his 15 year Major League career. He also spent time with the Chicago Cubs (1962 – ’66) and the Philadelphia Phillies (1966 – ’67). With Milwaukee, he was part of a pitching rotation that included Warren Spahn and Lou Burdette, considered to be one of the best in the Majors. He was an All-Star in 1960 (he played in 2 All-Star games that same year) and was a member of a World Series Championship Team (1957). Bob Buhl amassed a total of 166 Wins over his 15 year career in the Major Leagues. He died in 2001 at the age of 72.

Bob Buhl 1954 Topps #210

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One response to “Bob Buhl (1954 – Topps #210)

  1. Jimmy. Barely remember this pitcher in the “cobwebs” of my mind, but DO remember the name, but not so much as Spahn or Burdette. Cannot comment on him as I have only his name in the back of my mind. Sorry. PG

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