Baseball - 1996
Barry Latman enjoyed a 13-year Major League Baseball career with the Chicago White Sox (1957-60), Cleveland Indians (1960-64), Los Angeles Angels (1964-66), and Houston Astros (1966-68). As a starter-reliever, he registered 59 victories, 16 saves, and a 3.91 ERA
Latman’s best big league season was 1961, when the right-hander compiled a 13-5 record--including nine straight wins--and was selected to the American League All Star Team. In 1959, he won eight games for the American League Champion Chicago White Sox, and pitched creditably in the World Series.