Dick Hyde

Almost exclusively a relief pitcher, Hyde spent six seasons in the major leagues, pitching for the Washington Senators for all but his final year, which he spent with the Baltimore Orioles. Hyde had a great year in 1958, leading the American League in saves with 19 and in games finished (44). He posted an ERA […]

Billy Hunter

An all star as a rookie in 1953, Hunter spent six years in the majors, playing for four different franchises. He came up with the St. Louis Browns as a good glove/bad bat shortstop and his play that first year earned him a trip to the All-Star Game despite hitting just .219 on the season. […]