Baseball Hall of Famer; 2nd Baseman for the San Diego Padres (1988-1990), Toronto Blue Jays (1991-1995), Baltimore Orioles (1996-1998), Cleveland Indians (1999-2001), New York Mets (2002-2003), Chicago White Sox (2003-2004) and the Arizona Diamondbacks (2
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 - H.O.F.outfielder from 1948-62 for Phillies, Cubs, Mets. Known as 'Whitey' or 'Put Put'. 6x All - Star, 2x Batting Titles. Led league 2x triples, 4x walks, 1x stolen bases. Came in 3rd for R.O.Y. Award in 1948.Best season was 1958 with .350 BA
Baseball Pitcher born 1977, pitched in bigs for the Indians, Mets, Rangers, Nationals. Gave up Barry Bonds' 756th Homerun. Radio producer/host in Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas. Not to be confused with his father Mike Bacsik born 1952
Bench Coach of the Cincinnati Reds, Former major league second baseman; played for Pirates, Diamondbacks, Indians, Mets & Royals; 1X World Series champion; 2X All-Star; Gold Glove winner (1993); former Diamondbacks bench coach
Former New York Mets, KC Royals, Toronto Blue Jays, San Francisco Giants, Minnesota Twins, Detroit Tigers, and Atlanta Braves middle reliever. Member of the 1984 World Champion Detroit Tigers, & 1987 World Champion Minnesota Twins
Baseball HOF 1972 AL MVP 1951, 1954 and 1955 was in the world series 14 times and won the world series in 1947, 1949-1953, 1956, 1958, 1961-1962 baseball player for NY Yankees and played for the Mets in 1965. Managed the Mets and Yankees & coached, too
MLB pitcher from 1986-95 for Brewers, Mets, also played for Yokohama Bay Stars (Japan). Best season - 1988 going 10-8. Did not play MLB in 1993 & 94. Ended ML career on high note in 1995 (27 2/3 IP) had 1.63 ERA.. Coaches baseball at U of Kent State
Venezuelan Former Professional Baseball Player -
Colorado Rockies, Milwaukee Brewers, Atlanta Braves, Minnesota Twins, Chicago Cubs, San Diego Padres, New York Mets, Arizona Diamondbacks, Toronto Blue Jays.
Seattle Mariners (20
MLB 3rd & 1st baseman, outfielder 1986-2001 for 8 teams. 6x All-Star. 3x Silver Sluggers. Known as 'Bobby-Bo'. Led league 1991 in doubles. 3x BA over.300. Hit 34 HR in 1993. Best in 1990 with 112 RS, 32 HR, 120 RBI, .280 BA./ In 92 W.S., double, HR
MLB first baseman from 1956-1962 for Phillies, Cubs, Mets. Best was in 1957 with 78 RS, 35 doubles, 8 triples, 17 HR's, 76 RBI, .293 BA. Led league that season with 14 HBP.(Hit by pitcher). Was runner - up for R.O.Y. Award in 1957
MLB shortstop 1970-85 for Phillies, Cubs, Mets. Manager - Padres 87-88, Phillies 2001-04. Manager of Year 2001. 5x All - Star. 2x Gold Glove. Best season in 1978 with 78 RS, .294 BA. 1980 W.S. Champ for Phillies, batting .375 in 24 at - bats
American Baseball Player -Pitcher-'Atlanta Braves'(2005?09), 'St. Louis Cardinals'(2009), 'Arizona Diamondback's(2009?10), 'New York Mets'(2011), 'Hanshin Tigers'(2013), 'San Diego Padres'(2014), 'Minnesota Twins'(2015),2 More, 'Kansas City Royals'(2018)
American Former Baseball Player And Manager - Third Baseman - 'St. Louis Cardinals' (1955-1965), 'New York Mets' (1966-1967), 'Chicago White Sox' (1967-1968), 'Los Angeles Dodgers' (1968-1969). Manager - 'St. Louis Cardinals' (1978-1980). MVP in 1964
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
MLB H.O.F. catcher, outfielder from 1974-92 (19 yrs).
Known as 'Kid'. 11x All - Star & twice MVP of the game. 3 Gold Gloves. 5x Silver Sluggers. Led league in RBi's with 106 in 1984, while having 75 RS, 32 doubles, triple, 27 HR's and .294 BA
Executive Director of the Major League Baseball Players Association; played 1B for Diamondbacks, Padres, Mets, Tigers, Yankees, Red Sox; 1X All-Star; played college basketball at San Diego State & University of Arizona; former MLB Network studio analyst
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
former major league pitcher/manager/coach; played for Brooklyn/L.A. Dodgers, Reds, Phillies, Mets & Cardinals; pitching coach for Tigers; managed Padres & San Fransisco Giants; won four world series rings
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
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
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
Former MLB pitcher - chicago cubs (1982), toronto blue jays (1985), milwaukee brewers (1986-90), new york mets (1992)former pitching coach for the Altoona Curve; Current Indianapolis Indians pitching coach
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
MLB relief pitcher for Mets, Reds, Astros; 4X All-Star.
2x Rolaids Relief. 3x most saves. 10x with 29 or more saves. Best in 1988 with 6 wins, 39 saves, 1.57 ERA 424 saves (most for any left-handed pitcher). In 2000 World Series, 1-0, 3 1/3 IP, no runs
MLB pitcher, 1951-66 for Pirates, Yankees, Mets.
'Warrior'.- first to win ERA Title (1955) for last place team. 4x All-Star. Led league: Wins (58), complete games 3x, IP 2x. Won 17-18 games 4x. Best in 58 with 22-14, 3.68 ERA. 1960 W.S. 0-2, 13.50 ERA
former major league infielder; played for Mets, Expos & Cardinals; member of NY Mets 1969 World Series championship team; brother Adrian played in major leagues also; played two seasons in Japan for Chunichi Dragons
MLB pitcher from 1969-75 for the Mets, Braves. Best known for winning a game in 1969 World Series for Mets Championship with 6 2/3 IP, allowing 3 hits & no runs. Best season was 1971 going 12-11, 3.23 ERA
while getting 155 K's in 203 1/3 IP
former MLB player - detriot tigers (1948-53), cleveland indians (1953-54), baltimore orioles (1956-60), kansas city athletics (1956), chicago white sox (1960-61), boston red sox (1961), new york mets (1962)
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder. Previously played for the Detroit Tigers (2004-2009), New York Yankees (2010-2013), New York Mets (2014-2017), Los Angeles Dodgers (2017), and Toronto Blue Jays (2018). 3x MLB All - Star