ALPHABETIC LIST OF
THE 50 BRAVES PLAYERS OF THE 1970'S
WHO DIDN'T MAKE MY ORIGINAL 100 FAVORITE PLAYER LIST
#33 JERRY MADDOX
ATLANTA BRAVES 1978
Arizona State had a lot of players that achieved at least some degree of major league success during the 1970's: Sal Bando, Alan Bannister, Floyd Bannister, Hubie Brooks, Duffy Dyer, Larry Gura, Reggie Jackson, Lerrin LaGrow, Ken Landreaux, Rick Monday, Kenny Randle, Craig Swan and of course Braves slugger Bob Horner. But the guy that preceded Horner at third at ASU and set a NCAA record with 20 homers in a season? That would be Jerry Maddox, who also played in the majors for the Braves. But not for long. Fourteen at-bats. Three hits. One career RBI. That's his entire major league career. A bit disappointing, but not everyone can be Duffy Dyer.