THE ATLANTA BRAVES - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: PAUL CASANOVA, RON SCHUELER, JOE HOERNER, TOM HOUSE - HFSID 291107
THE ATLANTA BRAVES Four players on the 1972 Atlanta Braves roster sign a 5x3 card. Signatures: "Tom House", "Joe Hoerner", "Paul Casanova" and "Ron Schueler", 3x5 card. TOM HOUSE (born in 1947) is a former MLB relief pitcher and pitching coach.
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THE ATLANTA BRAVES
Four players on the 1972 Atlanta Braves roster sign a 5x3 card.
Signatures: "Tom House", "Joe Hoerner", "Paul Casanova" and "Ron Schueler", 3x5 card. TOM HOUSE (born in 1947) is a former MLB relief pitcher and pitching coach. He was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in 1967 and made his big league debut in 1971. House became an important part of the Braves bullpen in the early 1970's, pitching for over 100 innings with a 1.93 ERA in 1974. He was traded to the Boston Red Sox in 1975, and then to the Seattle Mariners where he finished his career in 1978. In his 536 innings pitched, House accumulated 34 saves, 29 wins and a 3.79 ERA. In 1985, he became a pitching coach for the Texas Rangers and worked with Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan. He is also known for catching Hank Aaron's historic 715th home run in the Braves bullpen on April 8, 1974. JOE HOERNER (1936-1996) was a relief pitcher in the Major Leagues. After becoming a World Series Champion in 1967 with the St. Louis Cardinals, he pitched in the 1968 World Series, where he became the first player in MLB history to get a hit in a World Series without having collected a hit in the regular season. He played for the Atlanta Braves in the 1972-1973 season. His career statistics include a 39-34 record with 412 strike outs, 99 saves and an ERA of 2.99. PAUL CASANOVA, a Cuban refugee born in 1941, was named TSN AL all-star catcher as a Senators rookie in 1966. The catcher had a rifle arm and led AL catchers in double plays three times, but his hitting tailed off after his first two seasons. He was traded to the Atlanta Braves in 1971 and played with the team for three seasons. His career statistics include 627 hits, 252 RBIs and a .225 batting average. RON SCHUELER (born in 1948) is a former Major League pitcher, coach and General Manager. He played for the Atlanta Braves, Philadelphia Phillies, Minnesota Twins and the Chicago White Sox. As a coach he worked for the Oakland Athletics, the Pittsburgh Pirates before becoming the GM of the Chicago White Sox. After which he worked with the Chicago Cubs, the St. Louis Cardinals and the San Francisco Giants. Pencil note (unknown hand) at bottom right. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition
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