Raziano, Barry – Bonin's Briefs

Raziano, Barry

We are collecting all sports trading cards, memorabilia and any photographs of Barry Raziano. He is a graduate of East Jefferson High School in Metairie, LA. He was drafted by the New York Mets in the 47th round of the 1965 amateur draft from East Jefferson High School. He pitched in the Mets minor league from 1966 to February 1, 1973, when he was traded by the New York Mets to the Kansas City Royals for Jerry Cram. He played in the Royals minor league for most of the season but was called up to the MLB level to pitch in 2 games for the Royals. On February 23, 1974, he was traded by the Kansas City Royals with cash to the California Angels for Vada Pinson. He played that season for the Angels AAA affiliate but also pitched in 13 games at the MLB level for the Angels. He spent 1975 with the Angels AAA team. He finished his career in 1977 with the New Orleans Pelicans which was a AAA team for the St. Louis Cardinals.

To see our Barry Raziano want list, visit this link to it on The Trading Card Database. This is a free website. The Trading Card Database is an archive of trading cards and all things trading card related. It is maintained via crowd-sourcing whereby visitors like yourself pitch in to add items with the goal of having a shared resource that not only preserves the hobby and its history, but also benefits collectors across the globe. The database is fully searchable by year, card manufacturer, player/character name, or team and is growing by the hour. You can add items to the site or use the database to track your personal collection by registering.

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