Donald William Aase, a former Major League Baseball player who plied his trade as a professional pitcher was born on September 8, 1954. He played for 13 long seasons in the Major League Baseball and had a successful stint all along.
The start of his career can be traced back to 1972 when he was drafted as an amateur by Boston Red Sox. He, later on, represented the senior team of Boston Red Sox and went on to play a part in multiple teams. He also had a stint at National League where he played for New York Mets (1989) and Los Angeles Dodgers (1990).
- He was the first Angeltwirler to record a postseason victory when he was called in from the bullpen during Game 3 of the 1979 American League Championship Series.
- Don Aase finished the 1986 season with 34 saves shouldering the record of most single saves held by Stu Miller of Baltimore Orioles who had 27 saves. However, Don’s record was surpassed later on.
- He was part of the Major League Baseball All-Star game in 1986.
|Occupation: Professional Baseball Pitcher
Date of Birth: September 8, 1954
Age (As of 2016): 62 years
Place of Born: Orange, California
Height in m: 1.91 m
Height in ft: 6 ft 3 inches
Height in cm: 191 cm
Weight in kg: 95 kg approx.
Weight in the pound: 190 lbs.
Education- Savanna HS (Anaheim, CA)
Net Worth: Unknown
|Contracted- Drafted by Boston Red Sox in 1972 as an amateur|
|Debut-July 26, 1977|
|Debut Team: Boston Red Sox|
|Last Appearance: October 3, 1990|
|Last Team Appearance: Los Angeles Dodgers|
|Earned run average||3.80|