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Share your memories of Bill McNulty
HERE IS WHAT OTHER METS FANS HAVE TO SAY:
December 13, 2009 Bill McNulty was mentioned in "Seasons in Hell" by Mike Shropshire which is a great book all about the Texas Rangers from 1972 through 1975. He was supposed to be some prospect. The Rangers got him from the A's in October 1972 and he played in Spring Training for the Rangers in 1973 then the Rangers traded him to the Mets for Bill Sudakis about a week before Opening Day. Big, strong guy who could play both first, third and outfield. Had a good year for the Tides in 1973 hitting 25 homers with 69 RBIs. Wonder why he was not given a shot to make the team in 1974. The Mets probably could have used his bat that year...
He was 1 for 27 in his Major League career with the A's. At least he got that one hit.
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