Rusty Staub

Rusty Staub

Daniel Joseph "Rusty" Staub (born April 1, 1944) is an American former Major League Baseball right fielder, designated hitter, and first baseman. He enjoyed a 23-year baseball career with 5 different teams. He was an original member of the Montreal Expos and that team's first star; though the Expos traded him after only 3 years, his enduring popularity led them to retire his number in 1993.

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... Rusty Staub and Ron LeFlore homered for the Tigers ... Rusty Staub tripled in the bottom of the fourth, but did not score as Willie Horton and Alex Johnson followed with ground balls to third base ... Rusty Staub and Willie Horton both hit home runs for Detroit ...
Rusty Staub - Retirement and Honors - Career Outside Baseball
... Staub established the "Rusty Staub Foundation" to do charitable works, and in 1986, founded the New York Police and Fire Widows' and Children's Benefit Fund ... Since September 11, 2001, Staub's organization has received contributions in excess of $112 million, and has played a vital role in helping many families affected by the attack ... Staub went on to work as a television announcer for Mets ball games ...

Famous quotes containing the word rusty:

    Perseverance, dear my lord,
    Keeps honor bright; to have done is to hang
    Quite out of fashion, like a rusty mail,
    In monumental mockery.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)