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21 Steve Kohls

  • Position:
    Pitcher
  • Height:
    6-0
  • Weight:
    225
  • Bats:
    R
  • Throws:
    R
  • Hometown:
    Sheboygan, WI

Batting

SeasonTeamGPPAABRH2B3BHRRBIBBHBPSOSFSHSBCSAVGOBP
1973Sheboygan A’s5141253100020300000.2500.357
1974Sheboygan A’s000000000000000000
1975Sheboygan A’s299391112342219202500000.2530.269
1976Sheboygan A’s13252324100120400000.1740.240
1977Sheboygan A’s32121114143365317612200200.2890.331
1978Sheboygan A’s411501422949104531703110000.3450.373
1979Sheboygan A’s391201081532831181111600000.2960.367
1980Sheboygan A’s223129571018201000000.2410.290
1981Sheboygan A’s481661463050819411611630000.3420.404
1982Sheboygan A’s12111013001200410000.3000.273
1983Sheboygan A’s278679203170310611800000.3920.442
Total-26881775413223546152514754414950200.3120.359

Pitching

SeasonTeamGPGSCGIPHHRRERBBSOWLSERAIP for Calculation
1973Sheboygan A’s000000000000000
1974Sheboygan A’s21112.1131767111004.3812.3333
1975Sheboygan A’s1210072.26014827714533000
1976Sheboygan A’s97244.2521322329293304.6344.6667
1977Sheboygan A’s1813797.2115510063878041005.8197.6667
1978Sheboygan A’s2210270.2731685066874716.3770.6667
1979Sheboygan A’s1113575.2702593251924603.8175.6667
1980Sheboygan A’s1110457.1500442052452403.1457.3333
1981Sheboygan A’s159268351231246699101.5968
1982Sheboygan A’s94126230201021302113.4626
1983Sheboygan A’s103024413302115240307.8824
Total-119802454953215431264445512323824.99476.3334

Possessor of a blazing fast ball and wicked breaking pitch, Steve Kohls played 11 seasons with the A’s. When he wasn’t pitching, he played outfield and was a feared hitter.

Kohls finished with a .314 career batting average in 274 games with 47 doubles, 16 triples and 25 home runs. He won 32 games and ran up 502 strikeouts on 549 innings.    He holds 8 club records and is listed in the top 10 in 28 different game, season or career categories.

He was one of the leaders of the A’s strong 1981 club, going 9-1 on the mound with a 1.59 earned run average and 69 strikeouts in 68 innings. He also hit .342 that season with eight doubles, a triple and nine home runs.

His best year in terms of average was 1978 when he hit .345. He was club’s most valuable pitcher in 1978.