Muser was a good defensive first baseman whose best season offensively came in 1973
with the White Sox, when he hit .285 with career highs of four HR, 30 RBI, and 38
runs in 309 at-bats. That July 3, he walked five times in a game to tie the AL record.
He became a Brewers coach after finishing his career with them.
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»June 30, 1975: Baltimore C Dave Duncan ties the major-league record with four consecutive doubles during an 8–2 win over first-place Boston. Compounding the loss, Boston P Dick Pole suffers a broken cheek when he is hit by a line drive off the bat of 1B Tony Muser.
»June 2, 1998: The KC Royals and Anaheim Angels play a brawl–filled game which results in managers Tony Muser and Terry Collins receiving 8–game suspensions. A total of 12 players are ejected in the Angels 7–5 victory.