Larry Potash, Class of 1966 – INDUCTED INTO GANNON UNIVERSITY’S ‘ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME’


Larry Potash, DCC Class of ’66, played baseball for Gannon University. While at Gannon, he produced the school’s lowest single-season baseball ERA and pitched Gannon’s first-ever no-hitter in 1968. Potash is the only pitcher in school history to throw three shutouts in a single season. He was drafted by the New York Mets in 1970 and played two seasons in the minor leagues before an injury cut his career short.


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