Jessie Orosco-
2012 Honoree

orosco senior

Major League baseball player; originally with the Twins, played for many teams including the  Dodgers. Jessie is a lefty pitcher but hits right handed. In 1986 he was credited with saving games four and seven of the World Series to clinch the championship for the Mets. He also helped the LA Dodgers win the World Championship in 1988. Later he was a key to  the Orioles reaching the American League Championship Series. Jessie retired in 2003 at age 46, one of the oldest players to be playing in the modern age. He holds the major league record for career pitching appearances.






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