Left-handed reliever who played six seasons in the major leagues.
He played baseball at Springfield North High School in Ohio.
He was at his best when it mattered, posting a very impressive 1.59 ERA when pitching in the World Series.
His parents were William and Eleanor McEnaney, and he was raised with four siblings.
He closed out the 1975 World Series, getting Hall-of-Famer Carl Yastrzemski to fly out to center field to end the game and win the series for the Reds.