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    • Michael Mimbs

      Michael Mimbs is one of the finest baseball players to ever come out of Macon. After a stellar career at Windsor Academy he played collegiately at Mercer University for Macon Sports Hall of Fame member Barry Myers. He was picked in the 24th round of the Major League baseball draft by the Los Angeles Dodger in 1990. After being released by the Dodgers he signed as a free agent with the Montreal Expos where he spent one season before being taken in the Rule 5 draft by the Philadelphia Phillies. While playing for the Montreal organization’s Class AA Harrisburg team he had an 11-4 record and a 3.46 era which attracted the attention of the Phillies. Mimbs made his way to the major leagues in 1995with the Phillies and spent three years with the big league club appearing in 73 games with 37 starts. His first season he played in 37 games with 19 starts and had a career best 9-7 record. In his second major league start against the Atlanta Braves he allowed just one hit over six innings in picking up a win against his home state team. During his time in the Majors, Mimbs pitched 264.2 innings while compiling a 12-19 record and a 5.03 era. (more)

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