Former MLB Players in Men’s Senior League

By on November 7, 2014
(EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

(EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

DUNEDIN, FLA.–Some former pro ball players still enjoy playing a bit of baseball in their later years but one wants to get back in the game as a coach in Australia.  While chatting with former Houston Astro Anthony Walker on Thursday November 7th prior to his Men’s Senior Baseball League game at the Englebert Complex he made a bit of a startling admission.  “I’d like to coach in the ABL,” said Walker.  It appeared to me that he had been “Down Under” but our conversation was cut short as his game was about to start.  Walker was originally signed by the Reds but made it to the majors in 1986 as a center fielder/pinch runner for the Astros where he hit .222 with two homers and 10 RBI. 

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