"Kevin Brown" is a name most baseball fans will recognize. It'll bring to mind visions of a 200 game winner and six-time All Star pitcher who received one of baseball's first $100 million contracts and once had a season where he pitched over 230 innings with an ERA under 2. This is not that Kevin Brown.
Kevin Dewayne Brown, also a pitcher, was the #2 overall pick in the 1986 secondary draft for the Braves and had made his major league debut as a 1990 Met when the Brewers acquired him in a trade that sent Charlie O'Brien to New York. Brown appeared in five games down the stretch for the Brewers and posted a 2.57 ERA, which was enough to get him a 1991 Donruss card. Here he is on card #674:
Brown made 15 appearances for the Brewers in '91, posting a 5.51 ERA. He was claimed off waivers by the Mariners the following spring and made just two more major league appearances.
Wikipedia says Brown is currently a pastor at Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church in Sacramento, California.
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