Bobby Gene Tiefenauer
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Bob Tiefenauer, a relief pitcher in the major leagues, died on June 13, 2000, at the age of 70.
He made his debut with the Cardinals in 1952 and returned to the majors in 1955. He also had stops with Cleveland (1960), St. Louis (1961), Houston (1962), Milwaukee Braves (1963-1965), New York Yankees (1965), Cleveland (1965, 1967) an the Cubs (1968).
He pitched 315 innings in 179 games, posting a record of 9-25 and a ERA of 3.84.
In 1964, he pitched 73 innings, posted a 3.21 ERA and picked up 13 saves for the Braves.
Following his playing career, he was a bullpen coach and minor league pitching coach with the Philadelphia Phillies.
Source: Associated Press