Small, gutsy, and bow-legged, Brohamer became Cleveland's second baseman in 1972
and was named to the TSN All-Rookie Team. He hit a career-high .270 in 1974. With the White Sox on September 24, 1977, he hit for the cycle. Brohamer, who started two ML triple plays, was a utility man for the second half of his career.
»September 24, 1977: Jack Brohamer becomes the first White Sox player since Ray Schalk in 1922 to hit for the cycle as Chicago whips the Mariners, 8–3. Brohamer also adds a double.
»August 28, 1978: The Mariners and Red Sox combine for 16 extra base hits in the Red Sox, 10-9 victory. The Sox, down 9–7 in the 9th, start a rally when Fred Lynn lines his 5th hit of the game. Lynn scores on an error and Butch Hobson drives home the winner with a 2-run double. Jim Rice hits his 34th homer, Jack Brohamer adds four hits, and Bob Stanley wins his 12th against one loss. The Sox lose Dwight Evans in the 7th when he is beaned by a Mike Parrott pitch, but X-Rays show no fracture however.