Carlos May

A two-time all star, May played for 10 years in the majors, hitting .274 with 90 home runs and 85 stolen bases. He broke in with the Chicago White Sox in 1968 and made his first trip to the All Star Game the next season, when he hit .281 with 18 home runs. He had,Continue reading “Carlos May”

Bobby Mitchell

Mitchell played for four seasons in the majors, breaking in with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1980 and finishing with the Minnesota Twins in 1983. In 202 games, he hit .243 with three home runs. He was Minnesota’s starting center fielder in 1982 and played in 124 games. He hit .249 that season with 48Continue reading “Bobby Mitchell”

Brent Mayne

Mayne caught for 15 years in the majors, playing for the Kansas City Royals, New York Mets, Oakland A’s, San Francisco Giants, Colorado Rockies, Arizona Diamondbacks and Los Angeles Dodgers from 1990-2004. In 1,279 games he hit .263 with 38 home runs. He enjoyed the best year of his career while playing for Colorado inContinue reading “Brent Mayne”

Phil Mankowski

Mankowski played for six years in the majors, appearing in games for the Detroit Tigers and New York Mets between 1975 and 1982. He came up with the Tigers and spent the majority of his career in Detroit. He was the team’s primary third baseman in 1977 and 1978. His statistics from those two seasonsContinue reading “Phil Mankowski”

Kirt Manwaring

Manwaring caught for 13 seasons in the majors, mostly for the San Francisco Giants, but later for the Houston Astros and Colorado Rockies. In 1,008 games, Manwaring hit .246 with 21 home runs. His best year at the plate came in 1993 while playing for San Francisco. He appeared in a career-high 130 games thatContinue reading “Kirt Manwaring”

Keith Miller

Miller spent nine years playing in the majors for the New York Mets and Kansas City Royals from 1987-1995. In 465 games, he hit .262 with 12 home runs and 63 stolen bases. He typically served as a utility man, but he was Kansas City’s primary second baseman in 1992, a year that saw himContinue reading “Keith Miller”

Bob MacDonald

MacDonald pitched for six seasons in the majors, breaking in with the Toronto Blue Jays in 1990 and finishing with the New York Mets in 1996. In between, he pitched for the Detroit Tigers and New York Yankees. He also pitched one season in Japan for the Hanshin Tigers. In 197 games, MacDonald posted anContinue reading “Bob MacDonald”

Sir Hensley Meulens

Meulens spent parts of seven seasons in the majors, playing for the New York Yankees, Montreal Expos and Arizona Diamondbacks between 1989-1998. In 182 games he hit .220 with 15 home runs. He never reached 100 games played in a season. The closest he came was in 1991 when he played in 96 games forContinue reading “Sir Hensley Meulens”

Dave Mlicki

Mlicki pitched for 10 years in the majors, going 66-80 with a 4.72 ERA for the Cleveland Indians, New York Mets, Los Angeles Dodgers, Detroit Tigers and Houston Astros between 1992 and 2002. Mlicki won 14 games for the Tigers in 1999. He won 11 games for the Tigers and Astros in 2001, despite aContinue reading “Dave Mlicki”