Wayne Garrett gets some attention as he played on the 1969 Mets team that won the World Series and the 1973 Mets team that won the NL Pennant. He also had a MLB career that lasted through the 1978 season where he played in 1092 career games, hit .238 and finished with 786 hits and 61 home runs. His older brother Adrian made his debut in 1966 with the Braves and played in the major leagues through the 1976 season. For his MLB career, Adrian hit just .185 with 51 hits and 11 HRs in 163 games.
It is pretty simple to state that Wayne had the most successful MLB career, but it was very clear that Adrian had the most success playing in the Japanese Central League. He played for the Hiroshima Toyo Carp from 1977-1979. In 1977, he hit .279, 35, 91 followed by .271, 40, 97 in 1978 and .229, 27, 59 in 1979. With 1979 being his last season, Adrian hit .260 with 102 HR and 247 RBI over his three seasons in Japan.
Wayne joined the Chunichi Dragons for the 1979 season and hit ,252, 20, 71 in 115 games. He returned for the 1980 season and hit .217, 8, 22 in 77 games before closing out his career. Wayne's Japanese totals were .241, 28, 93 in 192 games. Combining the career games totals of both MLB and Japan, Wayne finished with 1284 games played and 99 home runs. Adrian played in just 547 games between the first two countries and had 113 HRs. 14 more home runs in 737 less games.