Ken Sanders

From BR Bullpen


Kenneth George Sanders
(Bulldog or Daffy)

BR page

Biographical Information[edit]

Ken Sanders pitched 10 years in the majors. His career arc was that of a journeyman, spending no more than three years with any one of the several teams he saw time with. In 1971, while with the Milwaukee Brewers Sanders led the American League in games pitched with 83, earning a league-leading 31 saves and finishing 16th in MVP voting, even with his team finishing 69-92.

Sanders was also in the minors for 13 seasons, finishing with a record of 90-76. As an 18-year-old, he went 19-10 for the Sanford Greyhounds in the Florida State League.

In later life, Sanders worked as a real estate consultant. In 2010, he oversaw the proposed sale of the field used in the film Field of Dreams.

Notable Achievements[edit]

Related Sites[edit]