The late Ralph Terry was a professional baseball player and golfer. He is likewise remarkable for surrendering a stroll off homer to Bill Mazeroski that won the 1960 World Series for the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Terry additionally played for the Kansas City Athletics, Cleveland Indians, and the New York Mets.

Terry played for the Independence Indians in the Ban Johnson League in 1953.

The home field for the Independence Indians was Shulthis Stadium in Independence, Kansas. The arena is a similar setting wherein Mickey Mantle began his career with the Independence Yankees in 1949.

Upon his return, Terry went 3-7 with a 3.39 ERA in 24 games, including 16 beginnings. His profession started to take off in 1960 when he posted a 10-8 record and 3.40 ERA. That year, he showed up, in two rounds of the 1960 World Series.

He was 0-2 with a 5.40 ERA in the two games, one beginning and one help appearance, and surrendered Bill Mazeroski’s stroll off homer in Game Seven.

In 1961, Terry posted a 16-3 record with a 3.15 ERA in 31 games (27 beginnings). In the 1961 World Series, he was 0-1 with a 4.82 ERA in two beginnings, however, came out on top for his first title when the Yankees crushed the Cincinnati Reds in five games.

Ralph Terry Wife and Children

Ralph Terry and his wife Tanya live in Larned, Kansa where the former Golden Norseman and retired baseball player is a professional golfer on the senior PGA Tour.

With regards to his children, there are no credible reports about his children with his wife Tanya


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