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. […]

Sid Hudson

Hudson won 104 games in a 12-year career interrupted by World War II. His first season in the big leagues may well have been his best, as Hudson came up in 1940 and won 17 games for the Washington Senators. He followed that season with 13 and 10 win campaigns that earned him back-to-back trips […]

Billy Hoeft

An all-star in 1955, Hoeft won 97 games in a career that spanned 15 years. Almost all of Hoeft’s success came while pitching for the Detroit Tigers from 1953-1958. He went 16-7 in 1955 with a 2.99 ERA. He led the league in shutouts that year, finishing with seven. He was a 20-game winner for […]