Larry Curtis Foss
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 187 lb.
- School University of Wichita
- High School Wichita West High School
- Debut September 18, 1961
- Final Game September 28, 1962
- Born April 18, 1936 in Castleton, KS USA
- Died June 15, 2019 in Wichita, KS USA
''You're pitching tonight." - manager Danny Murtaugh to rookie Larry Foss as he got to the ballpark from Asheville - Foss would beat opposing pitcher Bob Gibson that night for his only major league win
Larry Foss pitched eight games in the majors in 1961 and 1962. With the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1961, he was one year younger than teammate Roberto Clemente. With the New York Mets in 1962, he was part of their new expansion team managed by Casey Stengel. His ERA with the 1962 Mets - 4.63 - was better than the team ERA. He was two years younger than teammate Marv Throneberry, who became a symbol of the team (Foss outlived Throneberry by 25 years).
He was the third major league pitcher to come out of Wichita State University; he was there at the same time as outfielder Don Lock. Larry had nine years in the minors, mostly in the Pirates' organization.
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