Ken Tatum--1973

We learn from the back of Ken Tatum’s
card that his nickname was “Goose” after
the famous Harlem Globetrotter, Reece
“Goose” Tatum.

Editor’s Note: The right-hander would go
16-12 in 176 games for the Angels, Red
Sox and White Sox working primarily in
middle relief. On October 11, 1970, the
Angels traded Ken Tatum to the Red Sox
along with Doug Griffin and Jarvis Tatum
for Tony Conigliaro, Ray Jarvis and Jerry
Moses--- making it the first time that two
players players with the same last name
were traded in the same deal (according
to another web site).

Funny, Ken doesn’t
look anything like
Goose--- and he
probably didn’t
dribble as well either.