Lance Parrish

Lance Parrish

Lance Michael Parrish, aka "Big Wheel" (born June 15, 1956 in Clairton, Pennsylvania), is an American former professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as a catcher for the Detroit Tigers (1977–1986), Philadelphia Phillies (1987–1988), California Angels (1989–1992), Seattle Mariners (1992), Cleveland Indians (1993), Pittsburgh Pirates (1994), and the Toronto Blue Jays (1995). He was regarded as one of the best catchers in the 1980s, for both his offensive and defensive play.

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1984 Detroit Tigers Season - Regular Season - Season Highlights
... Lance Parrish makes all three outs in the 8-run 1st inning with, striking out and later grounding in a double play ... April 25 The Tigers beat the Rangers, 9–4, as Lance Parrish, Howard Johnson and Johnny Grubb hit home runs ... Alan Trammell is 3-for-4, and Lance Parrish hits his 8th home run ...
Detroit Tigers Award Winners And League Leaders - Awards and Achievements - Silver Slugger Award Winners (24)
... Catcher 1980 – Lance Parrish 1982 – Lance Parrish 1983 – Lance Parrish 1984 – Lance Parrish 1986 – Lance Parrish 1987 – Matt Nokes 1991 – Mickey Tettleton 1992 ...
Lance Parrish - Post-playing Career
... Parrish spent the 2002 season as a broadcaster, working as the color commentator for Tigers games on Detroit's WKBD station ... Parrish remained on Trammell's staff through the 2005 season when they were both dismissed ... Parrish has two sons in professional baseball ...

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