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Randy Tate (baseball)

Win–loss record  5–13
Role  Baseball player
Name  Randy Tate

Strikeouts  99
Earned run average  4.45
Randy Tate (baseball) Amazoncom 1976 Topps 549 Randy Tate New York Mets Baseball Card

Education  Calhoun Community College

Randall Lee Tate (born October 3, 1952) was a Major League Baseball pitcher who played for the New York Mets in 1975. His record that year was 5 wins and 13 losses with an earned run average of 4.45. While Tate is noted for never having achieved a Major League hit despite having 41 at bats, he is best known for nearly pitching a no-hitter on August 4, 1975 at Shea Stadium against the Montreal Expos. Despite not allowing a hit through seven and one third innings, Tate ended up losing the game—which seems to have been the final straw for Mets management regarding the tenure of manager Yogi Berra, who was fired the next day.

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After spending the entire 1975 season in the Mets starting pitching rotation, Tate was sent to the Mets' class AAA minor league affiliate at Tidewater for the 1976 season. He pitched poorly and never made another major league appearance. After 1976, Tate was traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates and pitched for their Triple A affiliate. He tore his rotator cuff and was forced out of the league.


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