Well-traveled outfielder Oscar Gamble passed away today, January 31, 2018 at age 68.
Gamble began his career in the Cubs organization, and was acquired by the Phillies prior to 1970 for Johnny Callison. After 3 seasons as a part-time outfielder with the Phillies, he moved on to Indians, where he was an every-day player from 1973-75.
After quick stops with the Yankees, Padres, White Sox, and Rangers, Gamble returned to the Bronx for his longest stay anywhere (1979-84).
He wrapped up his career in 1985 with the White Sox. Gamble played for 7 teams over his 17-year career.