Tom Browning

Tom Browning

Thomas Leo Browning (born April 28, 1960 in Casper, Wyoming) is a former Major League Baseball left-handed pitcher. During a 12-year baseball career, he pitched for the Cincinnati Reds (1984–1994) and the Kansas City Royals (1995). He is also co-author of Tom Browning's Tales from the Reds Dugout.

Browning pitched the twelfth perfect game in baseball history on September 16, 1988 against the Los Angeles Dodgers. He also won the World Series with the Reds in 1990.

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Cincinnati Reds Award Winners And League Leaders - National League Statistical Leaders - Pitching - Games Started
38) 1973 - Jack Billingham (40) 1981 - Mario Soto (25) 1986 - Tom Browning (39) 1988 - Tom Browning (36) 1989 - Tom Browning (37) 1990 - Tom Browning (35) 1993 - José Rijo (36) 1994 - José Rijo (36 ...
Tom Browning - After Retirement
... Browning retired with a 123–90 record, a 3.94 ERA and 31 complete games ... In February 2006, new Reds CEO Bob Castellini invited Browning to spring training as a special instructor ... Browning's book, Tom Browning's Tales from the Reds Dugout, debuted in March 2006 and was co-authored by Reds employee Dann Stupp ...
1990 World Series - Matchups - Game 3
1 9 ... R H E Cincinnati 1 ... Oakland 1 ... WP Tom Browning (1–0) LP Mike Moore (0–1) Home runs CIN ... Tom Browning started for the Reds while Mike Moore, who got two wins in the 1989 World Series, got the assignment for Oakland ... Rickey Henderson's third inning solo blast made it 8–3, but Tom Browning pitched effectively for six innings to earn the victory ...
Cincinnati Reds Award Winners And League Leaders - National League Statistical Leaders - Pitching - Home Runs Allowed
... - Mario Soto (13) 1983 - Mario Soto (28) 1985 - Mario Soto (30) 1988 - Tom Browning (36) 1989 - Tom Browning (31) 1991 - Tom Browning (32) 2005 - Eric Milton (40) ...

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