Tom Egan

A reserve catcher for 10 years in the majors, Egan compiled a .200 career average with 22 home runs in 373 big-league games. His first appearance in the big leagues came with the California Angels in 1965 and he would go on to spend eight of his 10 big-league years with the Halos. He playedContinue reading “Tom Egan”

Sonny Siebert

A two-time all star, Siebert won 140 big league games while pitching for six teams from 1964-1975. He came up with the Cleveland Indians in 1964 and won 16 games in 1965 and 1966. He made his first all-star team in 1966. Sporting a 2.80 ERA, Siebert finished 28th that year in the American LeagueContinue reading “Sonny Siebert”

George Culver

Culver went 48-49 with 23 saves and a 3.62 ERA during a nine-year stint in the big leagues. He came up with the Cleveland Indians in 1966 and finished with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1974. In between he pitched for the Cincinnati Reds, St. Louis Cardinals, Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers. His best yearContinue reading “George Culver”

Nate Oliver

Oliver spent parts of seven seasons in the major leagues, playing mostly for the Los Angeles Dodgers as well as the San Francisco Giants, New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs. He broke into the big leagues with Los Angeles in 1963 and played in 99 games in 1964. He posted most of his career highsContinue reading “Nate Oliver”