Paul Hartzell

Hartzell pitched for six years in the majors, finishing with a 27-39 lifetime record. He came up with the California Angels in 1976 and won seven games while posting a 2.77 ERA in 37 games. The season was arguably his best as his ERA would go down as his career low and he pitched theContinue reading “Paul Hartzell”

Bob Humphreys

Humphreys pitched for five teams over the course of nine years (1962-1970) in the majors. In 319 games he went 27-21 with a 3.36 ERA and 20 saves. He came up with the Detroit Tigers, then joined the St. Louis Cardinals in 1963. He appeared in 28 games for the team in 1964 before beingContinue reading “Bob Humphreys”

Jay Howell

A three-time all star, Howell pitched for 15 years in the majors, starting with the Cincinnati Reds in 1980 and finishing with the Texas Rangers in 1994. In between those years he was one of the best relief pitchers in baseball. After a stop with the Chicago Cubs in 1981 and three years with theContinue reading “Jay Howell”

Marc Hill

Hill caught for 14 years in the big leagues, breaking in with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1973 and finishing with the Chicago White Sox in 1986. In 737 games, Hill hit .223 with 34 home runs. Hill played for four teams, fitting stints with the San Francisco Giants and Seattle Mariners in between hisContinue reading “Marc Hill”

Tom Herr

An all star in 1985, Herr played second base in the majors for 13 years, hitting .271 with 28 home runs in 1,514 games. He spent the majority of his career with the St. Louis Cardinals and enjoyed his best seasons for the Redbirds. His finest year was 1985 when he hit .302 with 110Continue reading “Tom Herr”

Bill Harrington

One of the 100-oldest-living players, Harrington pitched in 58 games for the Philadelphia and Kansas City A’s between 1953-1956. He went 5-5 with three saves and a 5.03 ERA. His best year came for Kansas City in 1955 when he appeared in 34 games and had a 4.11 ERA. Harrington’s professional career started in 1949Continue reading “Bill Harrington”

Ray Herbert

An all star in 1962, Herbert pitched for 14 years in the majors, winning 104 games with a 4.01 ERA. He came up with the Detroit Tigers in 1950 and saw limited action over the next two years. After missing 1952 to military service, Herbert returned to the Tigers in 1953 and pitched in 43Continue reading “Ray Herbert”

Toby Harrah

A four-time all star, Harrah played in the majors for 17 years, breaking in with the Washington Senators in 1969 and finishing with the Texas Rangers in 1986. He hit .264 in his career with 195 home runs and 238 stolen bases. He was selected to his first all-star team in 1972 when he hitContinue reading “Toby Harrah”

Roy Howell

An all star in 1978, Howell spent 11 years playing third base in the majors for the Texas Rangers, Toronto Blue Jays and Milwaukee Brewers. In 1,112 games Howell hit .261 with 80 home runs. He came up with Texas in 1974 and was the Rangers’ starting third baseman the following year, when he hitContinue reading “Roy Howell”