Larry Burchart biography

Larry Burchart

Pitcher, Baseball Player

1946 –

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Who is Larry Burchart?

Larry Wayne Burchart is an American former Major League Baseball pitcher who appeared in 29 games for the 1969 Cleveland Indians.

The 6 ft 3 in, 205 lb right-hander was a high draft choice of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the June 1967 Major League Baseball draft. After two seasons in the Dodger farm system, he was selected by the Indians in the 1968 Rule 5 draft, which compelled Cleveland to keep Burchart on their Major League roster for 1969 or offer him back to the Dodgers. Working as a relief pitcher, Burchart allowed 42 hits and 24 bases on balls in 42⅓ innings pitched, with 26 strikeouts and no saves.

The Indians sent Burchart to their Triple-A Wichita Aeros affiliate, where he pitched in 1970–1971 before leaving the game.

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Born
Feb 8, 1946
Tulsa
Profession
Education
  • Oklahoma State University–Stillwater
Lived in
  • Tulsa

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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