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.
former major league second baseman; played for Cubs, Indians, Red Sox, Senators, Braves & Angels; also played in Japan from 1964-66; brother of former major leaguer, Bob Aspromonte; managed Indians from 1972-74
MLB pitcher for the Tigers, Red Sox, and Browns from 1933-42. Best known for winning a World Series game in 1933 as a rookie. Best seasons 1935 with 18-7 record, led league with best w - l percentage, and 1937 with 17-9 record with one save
MLB catcher from 1953-66 with Reds, Giants, Braves, Cubs, and Angels. Hit a home run in 1962 World Series.
Best season was 1956, getting 28 home runs in 383 at - bats with 75 RBI's and .300 batting average
MLB outfielder from 1968-86 for 4 teams. 2x All - Star,
Gold Glove. 2x Silver Slugger. 1977 NLCS MVP with double, 2 HR's, 8 RBI's, .357 BA. Manager from 1993-2017 with Giants, Cubs, Reds, Nationals./ 3x
Manager of the Year. Won 2002 NL pennant
MLB third baseman from 1966-81 for A's, Brewers. as 'Captain Sal'. 4x All-Star; 3x World Series champion with 2 doubles & a triple. Brother of MLB catcher Chris Bando. Best season 1973, scoring 97 runs, 98 RBI's, 29 HR's & led league in doubles.(37)
Right-handed pitcher who debuted for the Cardinals in 1972, appeared in a few games for them again in 1974, and pitched some games for the Tigers in 1975, 1976, and 1977. He unfortunately died from leukemia in 1994