In the seventh inning, Landphere smacked a double, knocking in a run, according to The Los Angeles Times.
That RBI was one of 54 he recorded on the year for UCSB that year. As a pro, Landphere would only knock in six. Landphere's professional career lasted all of 18 games.
Landphere's brief pro career began in 1990, signed by the independent Salinas Spurs as a free agent out of UC-Santa Barbara.
Landphere's time at UC-Santa Barbara in 1988 ultimately earned him first-team All-Big West.
Landphere's pro career then started in 1990. With the Salinas Spurs, Landphere got into those 18 games, 58 at bats. Landphere picked up a total of 10 hits, with one home run. He also struck out 19 times. It was his only time as a pro.
- Los Angeles Times, April 1, 1988: Santa Barbara Edges Titans, 7-6
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