Eddie Watt

One of the better relief pitchers in baseball for most of his career, Watt pitched for three teams from 1966-1975. His best years came as a member of the Baltimore Orioles where he played on two World Series winning teams. He won nine games and saved four more for the 1966 Orioles, who went on […]

Jim Willoughby

Primarily a reliever, WIlloughby pitched in 238 games during an eight-year Major League career spent with San Francisco, Boston and the Chicago White Sox. He compiled a 26-36 career mark with 34 saves. He pitched in 59 games in his final season, 1978, with Chicago. As he notes on his questionnaire, Willoughby was a key […]

Stan Williams

Before Frank Thomas, Williams was baseball’s Big Hurt. The 6-foot, 5-inch 230-pound right hander pitched for 14 years in the major leagues, most notably for the Los Angeles Dodgers from 1958-1962. His best season was 1961 when he started 35 games for Los Angeles, winning 15 of them and striking out 205 hitters in 235 […]