Oakland Athletics: The Top 50 Oakland A’s of All-Time

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#35: Paul Lindblad

Left-hander Paul Lindblad had 655 appearances in his 14-year career, posting a record of 68-63 as a reliever. He struck out 671 batters, with a 3.29 ERA during his career.

Lindblad made his debut with the Kansas City A’s in 1965, before being traded in 1971 to the Washington Senators. He returned to Oakland in 1973, pitching four more seasons with the A’s before finishing his career with the Texas Rangers and New York Yankees.

In addition to winning the World Series with the A’s in 1973, Lindblad picked up another World Series ring in 1978 with the Rangers.