Fran Mullins

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Francis Joseph Mullins

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Fran Mullins was an infielder who played in parts of three seasons with three different teams in the majors. He made his debut on September 1, 1980 and started the last 20 games of the season at third base for the Chicago White Sox. His first hit was a double against Jerry Koosman of the Minnesota Twins on September 12th. He hit just .194 with no homers and 3 RBI but only committed 1 error at third base.

He did not play in the majors again until he was with the San Francisco Giants in 1984. He was on the team for the entire season, hitting .218 with 2 home runs and 10 RBI. His first major league home run came on May 11th against the Montreal Expos. The pitcher was Charlie Lea. He had started the game batting eighth and playing shortstop.

In 1986 he spent time with the Cleveland Indians. He started 8 games and appeared in 20 others that year, batting .175 with no home runs and 5 RBI. His last major league hit came on September 27th against Lee Guetterman of the Seattle Mariners.

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