Alaskan-born Kutcher saw the most action in 1986, when he hit .237 in 71 games as
a utility man for the Giants. He went to the Red Sox after the 1987 as the player
to be named later in return for Dave Henderson.
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»June 23, 1986:
Mike LaCoss pitches a 3-hitter and belts his first ML home run, off position player Dane Iorg, as the Giants pound the Padres 18–1. Tying a ML record, 14 Giants get hits and 13 come around to score in the game. In his next at bat, on June 29th, LaCoss will belt the 2nd and last homer of what will be a 14-year career. That homer will be served up by Tom Browning of the Reds. Iorg gives up four runs in his inning, but does strike out CF Randy Kutcher.