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jim corsi, 1990 topps #623, A's

Player: Corsi, Jim

Card: 1990 Topps #623

Position: RHP

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James Bernard Corsi (born September 9, 1961 in Newton, MA, d. 2022) was an American former professional baseball pitcher for the Oakland Athletics (1988–89, 1992 and 1995–96), Houston Astros (1991), Florida Marlins (1993), Boston Red Sox (1997–99), and Baltimore Orioles (1999) over a 10 year career. He was a 25th-round pick in 1982 by the New York Yankees. He helped the Athletics win the 1988 American League Pennant, 1989 World Series, and 1992 AL Western Division.

He also pitched in the playoffs for Boston in 1998 during which he had his finest season out of the bullpen, with a 2.59 ERA in a career-high 59 games . Jim was also a member of the inaugural Florida Marlins team that began play in Major League Baseball in 1993.

From 2002 to 2005, Jim was a studio analyst for Boston Red Sox coverage on both the New England Sports Network and UPN 38 baseball coverage.

(excerpted from Baseball Almanac, BR Bullpen & Wikipedia)


1989 Topps #292


Jim is part of the Athletics Player Tour – Go To the Next Stop

Jim is also part of the Red Sox Players Tour – Go To the Next Stop

See all Jim’s baseball cards at TCDB

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