The first Gene Garber appearance in professional baseball was in the 20th round of the 1965 amateur draft, where he was selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates. Once he played his way into the majors, there was Gene Garber appearance as a sidearm relief pitcher for the Kansas City Royals, the Philadelphia Phillies, and the Atlanta Braves.
Garber had his best year in the majors in 1982, recording a career-high 30 saves, placing seventh in the Cy Young Award voting, as well as helping his Braves team to a division title.
Garber now sits with a second place rank on the Braves’ career saves lit behind eventual hall-of-famer John Smoltz.
**Gene Garber Speaker**
The list of Gene Garber speaker topics is not just limited to sports. Off the field, Garber is busy with his own farm and is a member of the Lancaster County Agricultural Preservation Board.
**Gene Garber Appearance**
A Gene Garber appearance on the field was never a pleasant experience for opposing hitters, especially when he delivered his oft-frustrating change-up.
**Gene Garber Endorsement**
A Gene Garber endorsement of his superb baseball skills is his distinction for ending Pete Rose’s 44-game hitting streak.
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