Charley Walters Biography
Charley Walters was a Major League Baseball pitcher who played for the Minnesota Twins in 1969 and is at present a games writer and columnist for the Saint Paul Pioneer Press paper. He was born on February 21, 1947.
Charley Walters Pioneer Press
Charley “Shooter,” writes a weekly sports column for the Pioneer Press.
Charley Walters Baseball
Walters had moved on from secondary school in 1965 and was playing Legion ball when his secondary school’s associate chief called to inform him that the Minnesota Twins were having an open tryout.
Walters questioned that he would get another once-over, yet went to the tryout at any rate. The Twins’ main scout, Angelo Giuliani, enjoyed Walters’ arm and group chief Joe Haynes offered Walters $400 each month and a $500 marking reward to play small-time baseball.
It took Walters four years to ascend to the significant associations. In 1969 Twins director Billy Martin chose to keep Walters in the group, and headliner Bob Allison gave Walters the moniker “Enormous Shooter,” which was subsequently abbreviated to “Shooter.”
Walters contributed six games in the significant associations, getting done with 6.2 innings pitched and a 5.40 ERA, 1 game completed, 6 hits, 4 runs, 4 acquired runs, 1 homer, 3 base on balls, 2 strikeouts, and 1 hit hitter. Protectively he had 1 help.
Charley Walters Age
He was born on February 21, 1947.
Charley Walters Wife
Walters lives in Mendota Heights, Minnesota. He is married to Paula Kelly who is a pediatrician at Healtheast Care System in Woodbury, Minnesota. They were married May 25, 1974, and have a son, Charles (born September 25, 1978), and two daughters, Caitlin (born May 30, 1981), and Kelly (born September 10, 1989).
Charley Walters Height
He is 5 ft 11 in tall.
Charley Walters Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $6 million.
Charley Walters Twitter
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