[this is the thirty-first installment in the double dippers posts. here are the previous posts - brett butler, omar daal, eric young, nick willhite, chris gwynn, mickey hatcher, dave anderson, don zimmer, rafael landestoy, dave hansen, jose vizcaino, hideo nomo, greg maddux, mike maddux, jon garland, chan ho park, vicente romo, gene mauch, denny lewallyn, von joshua, joe moeller, dioner navarro, rudy seanez, bart shirley, randy wolf, ismael valdes, bobby castillo, mike devereaux, pete richert, and jay johnstone.]
orosco first came to the dodgers in 1988, just in time for his second world series title in 3 years. here's his 1989 score card.
after three seasons with the indians, orosco was traded to the brewers, as evidenced by his 1994 topps card:
orosco stayed for two years this time, appearing in 91 games for the dodgers. by this time, he had already passed hoyt wilhelm and dennis eckersley to claim the top spot on the career games pitched list. orosco split the 2003 season between the padres, yankees and twins, and although he signed a contract with the diamondbacks after the season ended, he didn't make it back to the majors.
here's to you jesse orosco - another dodger double dipper!