Paul Thormodsgard


Paul Thormodsgard

Paul Gayton Thormodsgard was a Major League Baseball pitcher in the late 1970s. He batted right-handed and threw right-handed at 6 foot 2. He was born on November 10, 1953 in San Francisco, California. Paul played 3 seasons in the MLB, all of them as a member of the Minnesota Twins in 1977 through 1979. In 50 career games, Thormodsgard had a 12-21 record with an ERA of 4.74. He allowed 4 home runs, 33 runs, and had 118 strike outs.

In 1977, Paul started 37 games while posting a 11-15 record and striking out 94 batters.

In Thormodsgard's final season in 1979, he pitched 1 inning in 1 game coming on in relief, allowing 1 run and getting a no descision.


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