Friday, March 5, 2010

2000 Topps, Wascar Serrano

#T57 Wascar Serrano

Here is a Padrograph of former Padre, Wascar Serrano. Wascar spent five seasons in the Padre organization before getting a Major League call up in 2001. In the big leagues, he made 20 appearances (5 starts) and finished his Major League career with a 3-3 record with a 6.56 ERA. After the season, he was traded with Ben Davis and Alex Arias to the Mariners for Brett Tomko, Tom Lampkin, and Ramon Vazquez. He pitched for Seattle's AAA team for one season before he was let go.

The next year, he pitched a little for the Kansas City T-Bones. He made 5 starts and 1 relief appearance while posting a 7.71 ERA before he got released. He then headed to Mexico, where he pitched his final two seasons. His final season playing ball was 2005.


Play at the Plate said...

Is his name Wescar or Wascar? Either way, it's an interesting name.

zman40 said...

I guess it is Wascar. For some reason, I thought it was Wescar, yet I still managed to get his name right in the title. Thanks for pointing that out.

Play at the Plate said...

No problem Z...I was just curious because it's an unusual name.