Scott Servais

Servais caught for 11 years in the majors, breaking in with the Houston Astros in 1991 and finishing with the same team in 2001. In between he hit .245 with 63 home runs while playing for the Chicago Cubs, San Francisco Giants and Colorado Rockies. Servais’ best years came for the Cubs in the mid-90’s. […]

Zane Smith

Smith won 100 games during a 13-year career that spanned from 1984-1996. He broke in with the Atlanta Braves and was a 15-game winner for the team in 1987, the same year he led the National League in starts (36). Smith reached double-digit wins again in 1990 when he won 12 games while pitching for […]

Kevin Saucier

Saucier pitched for five years in the majors, winning 15 games and saving 19 more for the Philadelphia Phillies and Detroit Tigers from 1978-1982. He pitched in 40 games in relief for the Phillies in 1980 and recorded seven wins, which would be his career high. He saved 13 games the following year for the […]

Ken Schrom

An all-star in 1986, Schrom pitched for seven seasons in the big leagues, compiling a 51-51 record and a 4.81 ERA in 176 games. Schrom came up with the Toronto Blue Jays in 1980 but pitched sparingly for the club over the next three years. He was released by Toronto at the end of the […]

Lenn Sakata

Sakata spent 10 years as a reserve infielder in the majors. From 1977-1987 he played for the Milwaukee Brewers, Baltimore Orioles, Oakland A’s and New York Yankees. In 564 games, Sakata hit .230 with 25 home runs. He was a starter for Baltimore in 1982, appearing in 135 games and hitting .259 with a career-high […]

Jimmy Sexton

Sexton spent six years playing in the majors. He appeared in 236 games and hit .218 with five home runs. He came up with the Seattle Mariners in 1977, then spent time with the Houston Astros, Oakland A’s and St. Louis Cardinals. His best season came in 1982 when he hit .245 and stole 16 […]