HOF (2021) MLB pitcher from 1959-83 for 5 teams. 16x Gold Gloves, 2x All-Star, Known as 'KItty'. Best seasons in 1966 with most wins, going 25-13, 2.75 ERA; 1974 went 21-13, 2.92 ERA & 1975 going 20-14, 3.11 ERA. In 2 World Series went 1-2, 3.78 ERA
Retired weightlifter from Australia, he won the silver medal in the Light heavyweight (82.5 kg) category at the 1984 Summer Olympics. Kabbas has been one of the most successful weightlifters to represent Australia at the Commonwealth Games
Former MLB Umpire 1977 to 1999. He officiated in the World Series in 1987 & 1997, as well as All-Star Game in 1991. Umpired American League Championship Series 1980, 1988, 1993 & 1995 (Game 6),&in the American League Division Series in 1981, 1996 & 1997
National Wrestling Hall of Fame inductee.
In 1978 he became the Director of Sports Operations at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. In 1982, he moved on to become the director of the U.S. Olympic Training facility at Lake Placid, NY
MLB H.O.F. outfielder, 1st baseman 1958-74 for Tigers. Known as 'Mr. Tiger'. 18x All-Star. 10x Gold Glove. Bat Title in 1955 (.340) with 121 RS, 24 doubles, 8 triples, 27 HR, 102 RBI. Most doubles (41) in 1961/ 68 W.S. 2 doubles, 2 HR,, 8 RBI, .319 BA
Right-handed pitcher who debuted with the New York Yankees in 1978. Despite being chosen the International League's pitcher of the year in 1980, he retired. He passed away in 2003, at the age of only 52
Former minor league baseball team - Following Major League baseball's takeover and realignment, Kane County is no longer a minor league affiliate but a team in a the independent pro league, American Association