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 hit […]

Tommy Helms

The National League Rookie of the Year in 1966, Helms spent 14 years in the big leagues, playing for four teams from 1964-1977. He played in just 23 games in 1964 and 1965, but became the Cincinnati Reds starting third baseman in 1966. He hit .284 that season with nine home runs and 72 runs […]

Tom House

Perhaps best known for catching Hank Aaron’s 715th home run, House pitched for eight seasons in the majors, going 29-23 with 33 saves. He came up with the Atlanta Braves in 1971, bouncing back and forth between the majors and minors for the next couple seasons. By 1973 he was an important member of the […]