Bob Kuzava

A key piece of three World Series winning teams, Kuzava pitched for 10 years in the major leagues, most notably for the New York Yankees from 1951-1954. Kuzava first broke into the big leagues in 1946 with the Cleveland Indians. He pitched in just six games for the Tribe over the next two years before […]

Clyde King

A pitcher, King had three stints in the big leagues, spanning seven seasons from 1944-1953. He came up with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1944 due to the player shortage caused by World War II. He pitched in 56 games over the next two seasons, almost all of them in relief, before returning to the minor […]

Jerry Kindall

Better known as the legendary baseball coach at the University of Arizona, Kindall enjoyed nine seasons in the major leagues, playing for three teams from 1956-1965. Almost exclusively a reserve player, Kindall had a couple┬áseasons where he was a regular. The first year was 1962 when he saw action in 154 games for the Cleveland […]

Bob Kelly

Kelly spent parts of four seasons in the big leagues. He came up with the Chicago Cubs in 1951 and pitched in 108 games for the team over the next three years. He was traded to Cincinnati in 1953 and ended up spending the next four seasons pitching in the Reds’ farm system. Kelly had […]

Eddie Kasko

A two-time All-Star and a member of the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame, Kasko’s playing career spanned from 1957-1966. During those 10 seasons, Kasko played for St. Louis, Cincinnati, Houston and Boston. He came up as a starter for the Cardinals, remaining in St. Louis for two seasons before being traded to Cincinnati. He […]