Les Rohr

Pitcher, Baseball Player

1946 –


Who is Les Rohr?

Leslie Norvin Rohr is a former baseball player for the New York Mets in the late 1960s. He was born in Lowestoft, England, where his father was serving with the United States Air Force. Six months later he moved to Billings, Montana with his family, where he grew up, attended high school, and currently lives.

Rohr, a left-handed pitcher, was selected by the Mets in the first round of the 1965 Major League Baseball Draft. Rohr played in the minor leagues until being called up to play for the Mets near the end of the 1967 season.

The beginning of the end of Rohr's career came early the 1968 season in the final innings of a 24-inning game against the Houston Astros. Entering the April 15th game as a relief pitcher in the 22nd inning and pitching through the 24th inning, he pulled a tendon in his pitching arm. After one more failed start against the Los Angeles Dodgers, he spent the remainder of the season on the disabled list or back in the minor leagues. Rohr made only one more appearance on the mound for the Mets, verses the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1969.

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Mar 5, 1946
Lived in
  • Lowestoft

on July 23, 2013


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