A hard thrower who can start or relieve, Bosio joined the Brewers' rotation midway
through 1987 and tossed a two-hit shutout against Minnesota August 28. In 1988 he
was 6-12 as a starter (despite a 3.36 ERA) and also saved six games. Bosio became
the anchor of Milwaukee's staff in 1989 with a 15-10, 2.95 record.
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»October 4, 1987:
Boston's Roger Clemens closes out his season with a 2-hit, 12-strikeout, 4–0 win over the Brewers, improving his record to 20-9. Chris Bosio is the loser.
»December 3, 1992: The Mariners sign free agent P Chris Bosio to a 4-year contract.
»April 22, 1993: Seattle's Chris Bosio hurls a 7-0 no-hitter against the Red Sox. He walks the 1st two batters he faces, then finishes the game by retiring the last 26 Red Sox in a row.