MLB d.h., p.h., outfielder from 1975-82 for Twins, Blue Jays, Giants. #1 Draft Pick in 1968. Best season in 1977 (265 at - bats) with 32 RS, 17 doubles, 6 HR's, 49 RBI's, .338 BA. 8 year career .280 BA. Hitting coach for the Erie Seawolves (AA)
In 1954 Ed Andrews was the New York Yankees' first Negro League pitcher. Unfortunately Andrews never panned out as expected or he and not Elston Howard would have been the first black player in team history.
MLB shortstop, 3rd and 2nd baseman from 1927-1946.for the Phillies, Giants, Cubs, Tigers, Pirates. Military 1944 & 45. 2x All-Star./1937 lead league - hit by pitch. Best known for 1936, 37, & 40 World Series, 10 RS, 6 doubles, HR, 7 RBI's & .294 BA
MLB catcher from 1987-97 for Cubs, Braves, Red Sox, Reds, Giants. Hit a home run, 3 RBI's in 1992 World Series. Best season was 1994. In 276 at - bats had 30 RS, 17 doubles, 2 triples, 6 home runs, 34 RBI's and .263 BA
MLB pitcher from 1969-86 for the A's, Giants, Royals.
Won the MVP, Cy Young in 1971 going 24-8 while leading the league in ERA of 1.82 and Shutouts (8). Got over 300 K's. Won 20 games in 1973 and 22 in 1975. In 3 World Series went 0-3, 4.05 ERA
MLB outfielder from 1968-81 for 8 different teams. 10 seasons with over 25 HR's. Led league - 1969 with 120 RS and 1973 with 131 RS. 3x All-Star. 3x Gold Gloves. 3x 30 HR's /30 Steals..32x lead-off HR's. First base coach for Giants. Father of Barry Bonds
America Former Baseball Player And Coach -Pitcher -f ' San Diego Padres'(1983-89), 'Minnesota Twins'(1989) And 'The San Francisco Giants'(1990). Coach - 'Kinston Indians'(1993?2004), 'Canton?Akron Indians'(1995), 'San Diego Padres'(1997?2003) plus 2 more
American Baseball Player - First Baseman -'San Francisco Giants'(2008?10), 'Pittsburgh Pirates'(2010?11), 'Philadelphia Phillies'(2011), 'Yomiuri Giants'(2012?13), 'Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles'(2014), ' Pittsburgh Pirates'(2015), 'Fukushima Hopes'(2017)
MLB 3rd baseman from 1984-89 for Giants, Padres, Tigers. All - Star in 1986. In 1985 led league in hit - by - pitch with 11. Best year was 1985 as a rookie with 50 RS, 20 doubles, 3 triples, 16 HR, 61 RBI, .271 BA
Comedian & Actor: The George Burns & Gracie Allen Show, Six of a Kind, International House, A Damsel in Distress, The Sunshine Boys, Oh God!, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Going in Style, 18 Again!, Radioland Murders
German ww2 ME262 pilot born 1924. Was never in the Wehrmacht; author - The last of the few: An Me.262 Pilot remembers, flew the buckner 181, 131, fw 44, ar 66, f-13, w33, w34, ju86, ju88, ju52, me110, me210, me40, me262, klemm 35, sg38, kranich
MLB outfielder from 1963-80 for Cardinals, Angels, Giants, Brewers, Cubs, Mets, Royals, Phillies, Indians. Best in 1972 with 96 RS, 17 HR, 70 RBI, .291 BA, 25 SB./ Career SB 329. 1st base coach for Yankees, Reds, Rays, Cardinals; 3X World Series champion
WWII - Mine Platoon of the Anti-Tank Company, 69th Infantry Division, 271st Regiment. First combat at the 'Siegfried Line' in February 1945; crossed the Rhine on March 27, 1945; arrived at the KZ Buchenwald one day after its liberation
Director/actor/writer 'Return to Tarawa: The Leon Cooper Story' 'Random Passage'/4 years Naval officer in WW2. Landing craft officer-Boat Group Commander for my ship-landing assault troops on the beaches of six Japanese island strongholds
U.S. Air Force brigadier general (Ret.)& author 'Around the World with LBJ: My Wild Ride As Air Force One Pilot', White House Aide, & Personal Confidant/Military aide & chief Air Force One pilot under President Lyndon B. Johnson
MLB relief pitcher 1978-88 for Yankees, Twins, Cubs, Dodgers, Giants. All-Star. Best seasons: 1979 went 14-2 (best w-l %), 9 saves, 2.85 ERA; 1983 - 5 wins, 30 saves & 1984 with 7 wins, 29 saves. 4x 20 saves or over. Father of New York Met 1B, Ike Davis
Author;'Just A Kid, A Guard at the Nuremberg Trials' 18 years old when drafted in 1944, into infantry. Found himself standing guard over Nazi war criminals, & watched as atrocities were described in detail throughout the Nuremberg Trails
Former Major League Pitcher for the San Diego Padres and the San Francisco Giants, lost his pitching arm to cancer, author of the best-selling books, 'Comeback', and 'When You Can't Comeback', director of the ministry, 'Outreach of Hope'
MLB shortstop & outfielder from 1985-2002 for Cubs, Pirates, Giants, Indians, Cardinals, Mets. 2x All-Star.
Hit HR in 2002 World Series with 3 RBI's. Best season with over 450 at-bats was scoring 71 runs, 22 doubles, 5 triples, 14 HR's with .300 BA
MLB pitcher from 1959-73 for White Sox, Angels, Giants, Orioles, Cardinals, Indians. An All - Star &
Fireman of the Year in 1965, going 15-7 with 24 saves and 2.40 ERA and in 1966 went 6-6 with 20 saves and 2.52 ERA
MLB outfielder from 1969-86 for Reds, Mets, Giants, White Sox. Known as 'Yahtzee'. 5x All - Star - MVP All - Star 1981, 1977 NL MVP, Sliver Slugger 1981. Led league in Runs score in 1977, HR's in 1977 and 78, RBI's in 1976, 77, and 78
Former MLB second baseman - Brooklyn Dodgers (1933-36), Chicago Cubs (1937,1947), Cincinnati Reds (1938-43,1946), New York Yankees (1947), New York Giants (1948). League leader in stolen bases in 1940 with 22 while scoring 102 runs
MLB catcher from 1946-54 for 4 teams.. In 1946 W.S. for winning Cardinals, he hit two doubles, 2 RS, 4 RBI's, with a .316 BA. Best season - 1952 with 35 RS, 4 triples, 8 HR's, 54 RBI's. Color Commentator for 'Baseball's Game of The Week' in 1970's & 80
MLB shortstop from 1952-67 for 4 teams. Played Pro
Basketball with Pistons in 1952 and 53. MVP in 1960, runner-up to Koufax for MVP in 1963. Bat champ 1960. Best season was 1963 - 85 RS, 43 doubles, 11 triples, 6 HR's, 73 RBI's, and 3rd in batting .319
MLB pitcher and first baseman from 1952-60 for Giants, White Sox, Orioles, Red Sox, and Indians. Best seasons: 1953 14-8, save, and .295 ERA. 1956 15-11 3.10 ERA. 1958 12 wins, 4 saves, and 2.89 ERA. Hit 21 HR's in 424 at - bats
Actress - The Slime People, Pajama Party, Ride The Wild Surf, City Under The Sea, Dr. Goldfoot & The Bikini Machine, The Ghost In The Invisible Bikini (title role). Wife of A.I.P. president James H. Nicholson from 1964 until his death in 1972
MLB pitcher from 1947-50, outfielder 1947-52 for Giants.. Known as 'Floppy', 'The Hondo Hurricane'. 1947 went 9-7, 4.57 ERA & had 94 at-bats with 13 RS, 4 doubles, 3 triples, 4 HR's, 13 RBI's, .309 BA
MLB outfielder , first baseman from 1965-80 for 7 teams. Known as 'Skitch'. Best seasons in 1970 with 104 RS, 35 doubles, 3 triples, 17 HR's, 88 RBI's and .294 BA & in 1974 with 35 doubles, 5 triples, 20 HR's, 96 RBI's, .292 BA. 1971 NLCS hit .313
MLB 2nd baseman from 1979-91 for Cardinals, Twins, Phillies, Mets, Giants. All - Star in 1985 with 97 RS, 38 doubles, 3 triples, 8 HR, 119 RBI, .302 BA. In 3 W.S. had 4 doubles and a home run. Hitting coach for the Lancaster Barnstormers
MLB pitcher from 1952-66 for 6 teams. All - Star (1955). Known as 'NUL'. Best seasons were 1955 with 16-7, 2.99 ERA, leading the league in shutouts with 5 & 1956 with 20-14, 4.06 ERA. While a reliever in 1961 went 7-4, 3 saves, 2.02 ERA
MLB H.O.F. pitcher 1928-43 for Giants. Known as 'King Carl or Meal Ticket'. 2x MVP, 9x All-Star, 3x ERA Title. No-hitter 1929. Led in wins 3x, saves while going 21-12, K's in 1937, Best in 1936 with 26-6, 3 saves, 2.31 ERA. / 3 W.S. 4-2 with 1.79 ERA
Negro Leagues. MLB H.O.F. outfielder, 1st baseman from 1949-56 for Giants, Cubs. 'Mr. Murder' best season 1951 with 94 RS, 19 doubles, 11 triples, 24 HR, 121 RBI, .312 BA. In 1953 had 72 RS, 97 RBI, .329 BA. Two World Series had double, triple, .394 BA
former MLB player - san francisco giants ('71-'74), new york mets ('75-'77), san diego padres ('77), california angels ('77), new york yankees ('77), chicago cubs ('78-'80), new york mets ('81-83), oakland athletics ('84-'86)
MLB shortstop, 3rd & 2nd baseman from 1925-36 for Yankees, Tigers, Cubs, Reds, Giants. Best season 1928 with 89 RS, 10 triples, 63 RBI's and .319 BA. Performed In 5 World Series. Played himself in the movie 'The Pride of the Yankees'.April 22, 1993
former MLB pitcher - chicago cubs (1976-81), philadelphia phillies (1982), san francisco giants (1983-89), Currently commentators for EA SPORTS MVP Baseball Games, announcer for the San Francisco Giants, has 'majestic hair'
MLB shortstop, 2nd & 3rd baseman from 1964-73 for Giants, Yankees. 1968 had the highest fielding % for a shortstop in N.L. & most assists in 1967. Hit 9 triples in 1965. Manager for Astros from 1986-88, Manager of the Year in 1986. Son of Max Lanier
former QB at the University of Michigan, was the 1979 Rose Bowl and Hula Bowl MVP. Played 1st base and DH for the Detroit Tigers (1981-83), Toronto Blue Jays (1984-88), Texas Rangers (1989), and San Francisco Giants (1990).
Last surviving witness to 'The Sutton Hoo excavation' in 1939, considered to be one of the most important excavation's made in British archaeological history. She lives in Chester, UK and is now 84 years old
Australian WWII veteran and a member of Semut 1, a group of undercover allied operatives lead by the eccentric English Major Tom Harrisson in Borneo in 1945. Now lives in Bayswater, West Australia with his wife Margery
MLB 2nd & 3rd baseman from 1936-48 for Giants, Braves, A's, Tigers. Known as 'Hotshot'. All-Star. 2nd for 1945 MVP with 71 RS, 24 doubles, 3 triples, 10 HR's, 54 RBI, .285 BA. In 45 World Series for winning Tigers had double, 4 RS, 2 RBI with .250 BA
MLB pitcher from 1956-71 for Giants, Orioles, Senators, Yankees, Royals. Cy Young (1967), ERA Title (1960), 4x All - Star. Best seasons were 1960 with 15-12, 3 saves, 2.70 ERA & 1967 going 22-19 with 2.85 ERA