Chad Ogea

Chad Ogea

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Chad Wayne Ogea (; born November 9, 1970 in Lake Charles, Louisiana) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. He made his MLB debut in and played his final game in .

Professional playing career

Ogea played his first five major league seasons with the Cleveland Indians and his final season with the Philadelphia Phillies. He may best be remembered for his surprising hitting ability in the 1997 World Series against the Florida Marlins.

1997 World Series

Chad Ogea, having lost two games in the ALCS and winning no games in June, July, or August, managed to win two World Series games, both of them against Marlins ace Kevin Brown. In that Series, he gave up just two earned runs for an ERA of 1.54. But what was the most amazing was his hitting in that Series. In Game 6, Chad managed to get his first hit since high school off Brown, knocking in two runs in the process. Then he once again helped on offense on a first pitch double to lead off the 5th. He would score on Manny Ramírez's sacrifice fly. He was the first pitcher since Mickey Lolich to drive in two World Series runs and the first Cleveland Indians pitcher to drive in a World Series run since 1920.

Post Major League career

Ogea currently owns and operates a baseball training camp.

In February of , he was inducted into the Kinston Professional Baseball Hall of Fame.

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