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1975 Press Photo James Colborn Milwaukee Brewers - RRW74229

AdID: 438864

Availability: In stock

Part Number: RRW74229

Height: 7

Width: 5

Source: Rogers


This is an original press photo. James William Colborn (born May 22, 1946 in Santa Paula, California) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. The right-handed Colborn pitched for the Chicago Cubs (1969-1971), Milwaukee Brewers (1972-1976), Kansas City Royals (1977-1978) and Seattle Mariners (1978).

After graduating from Whittier College with a degree in sociology, Colborn studied for his masters degree at Edinburgh University in Scotland, where he also starred in basketball as well as baseball, being named all-Scotland. He was planning on becoming a sociology professor until baseball lured him away. In 1966, while in college, Colborn struck out 21 batters in a College All-Star Game in the Netherlands.

In 1967, the Chicago Cubs signed Colborn as an amateur free agent. He found himself in Leo Durocher's doghouse after struggling as a young relief pitcher for three years. At the end of the 1971 season, Colborn was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers for Jose Cardenal.

1973 was Colborn's best season; he became the Brewers' first-ever 20-game winner, posting a 20-12 record with a 3.18 ERA. He also was named to the American League All-Star team, but did not pitch in the game.
"Wikipedia"Photo measures 5.25 x 7inches. Photo is dated 04-04-1975.