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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

1990 Buffalo Bisons

Coca-Cola Park in 2010, home of the Buffalo Bisons. The park opened in 1988 as Pilot Field. (G21D Photo)
Features on each member of the 1990 Buffalo Bisons, AAA affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Players are as included in that year's team set, as well as interviews with two of the players. Click on the player's name to read more.

Interviews (2)
1 - Dann Bilardello, Respect the Game
2 - Hugh Kemp, Lessons Learned

1990 Buffalo Bisons (31)
1 - Moises Alou knew about body English, as a hitter and in the field
2 - Stan Belinda, No Comparison
3 - Dann Bilardello's first major league home run came off Tom Seaver
4 - Jackie Brown described himself as a slow worker
5 - Kevin Burdick suffered a broken nose in the dugout at AAA
6 - Steve Carter hit a home run in his sixth major league game
7 - Wes Chamberlain had fun and played hard over six major league seasons
8 - Terry Collins has spent his life in baseball
9 - Jeff Cook, Notable Exception
10 - Gordon Dillard, Reasonable Success
11 - Steve Henderson concentrated on pitches that made him look bad
12 - Mark Huismann had car troubles - on his way to his big league debut
13 - Hugh Kemp showed competitiveness in college
14 - Steve Kiefer came back from life-threatening bar assault to return to bigs
15 - Randy Kramer felt comfortable with the Pirates in May 1990
16 - Carlos Ledezma first served as trainer in minors, then clubhouse manager in bigs
19 - Orlando Merced played through injury for early shot at playoffs
20 - Armando Moreno got called up to the bigs for one game in 1990
21 - Vicente Palacios saw time in eight big league campaigns spanning 14 seasons
22 - Tom Prince took a clean hit as a Dodgers catcher in 1990
23 - Rick Reed, Another Chance
24 - Jeff Richardson looked out for his family; Played in three major league seasons
25 - Mike Roesler showed nasty stuff with the Reds
26 - Mark Ross' expectations raised in 1990
27 - Mark Ryal stayed ready over six major league seasons
28 - Danny Sheaffer worked to take advantage of his opportunities
29 - Tommy Shields made the bigs, then knew he had to prove himself
30 - Dorn Taylor waited until his sixth pro season to make the majors
31 - Mike York dried out, swore off alcohol and made the majors

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