Bob Duliba

Duliba pitched for four teams over a seven-year major league career. He came up with the Cardinals in 1959 and stuck around St. Louis for three seasons before joining the Los Angeles Angels in 1963. Stops in Boston and Kansas City followed before four more years in the minors which eventually ended with his retirement […]

Don Dillard

Never a full-time player, Dillard still managed to spend six seasons in the majors, playing four years for Cleveland and his final two with the Milwaukee Braves. Dillard came up with the Indians in 1959, but played in just 16 games over the next two years. He got a better chance to show what he […]

Don Demeter

Demeter spent 11 seasons in the big leagues, amassing close to 1,000 hits and playing for five different clubs. He broke in with Brooklyn in 1956, but only played in three game before returning to the minor leagues. He came back up in 1958, again with the Dodgers, but now in Los Angeles. This time he […]

Chuck Diering

A veteran of nine big league seasons, Diering played for the St. Louis Cardinals, New York Giants and Baltimore Orioles from 1947-1956. An outfielder, Diering had three seasons where he played 128 games or more. His best year came in 1949 with the Cardinals. He played in 131 games that season, hitting .263 with 60 […]

Larry Dierker

Perhaps better known as the Houston Astros color commentator or maybe even as their manager, Dierker had a solid major league career, winning 139 games, almost all for Houston, from 1964-1977. Dierker came up as a 17-year old with the Colt .45’s in 1964. He only pitched in three games that season, but hung around and made the […]

Bud Daley

A veteran of 10 major league seasons, Daley twice earned trips to the All-Star Game and was part of two World Series winning teams during his career. Daley came up with Cleveland in 1955 and pitched for the Indians for the following three seasons. His career did not really hit its stride until he joined […]

Jerry Davie

Davie spent one season in the majors, pitching 11 games for the Tigers in 1959. He finished that season with a 2-2 mark and a 4.17 ERA. He started five games, striking out 20 in 36.2 innings of work. Davie’s pro career started in 1952 when he joined the Tigers’ organization. He spent 1953 and […]