As an Atlanta farmhand, the 6'4" Schueler threw a no-hitter for Shreveport (Texas
League) on September 7, 1970. He went 11-16 in his busiest season as a starter, with
the 1974 Phillies, then spent most of his career in long relief. He was on the White
Sox staff in June 1979 when pitching coach Freddie Martin
died; just 31 years old,
Schueler retired as a player and took Martin's place. He joined Oakland's coaching
staff for 1983.