#48 P | 1977 | Debut — April 7, 1977 | 0
Birthplace: Los Angeles, California
Career: 6.79 ERA/1.844 WHIP
As a previous 20-game winner, Singer was one of the focal points of the Blue Jays initial marketing campaign, and was named the opening day starter for the expansion Jays in 1977.
Singer performed ineffectively in Toronto as he had run into injury problems, spending six weeks on the disabled list in June in July. After returning to the rotation on July 13, Singer pitched poorly again in a loss, and was subsequently moved to the bullpen, where he again pitched poorly in one game of mop-up relief in an 11-3 loss. Following this, Singer was shut down for the rest of the season — and it would turn out for his career, as Singer never again pitched in the major or minor leagues. He finished the 1977 season 2-8 with a 6.79 ERA.
Singer would miss the entire 1978 season and was released from the Blue Jays on December 2, 1978.
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