Here’s a card celebrating the solid Major League career of relief pitcher Eddie Fisher, who put in 15 years between 1959 and 1973:
Fisher had some excellent seasons in the mid-1960’s with the Chicago
White Sox, with his best in 1965 when he made the all-star team and went
15-7 with 24 saves, all in relief, with a 2.40 earned run average.
He continued to be an arm out of the ‘pen until his last season when he
returned to the White Sox and they tried him out as a starter for half
of his appearances, going 8-8 as a 36-year old.
Overall he finished with an 85-70 record with a 3.41 ERA along with 82
saves for no less than six organizations, leading the American League in
appearances in both 1965 and 1966.