Bill Landrum

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Thomas William Landrum

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Bill Landrum finished sixth in the National League in saves with 26 in 1989 and had a 1.67 earned run average that season with the Pittsburgh Pirates. He finished seventh in the NL in saves with 17 in 1991, also with the Pirates.

His father Joe Landrum pitched for the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1950s.

After baseball, he worked in the movie industry. When he needed help teaching Randy Quaid how to be a pitcher for "The Rookie", he enlisted former teammate Jim Gott.

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