Three more names to be added to the 2011 list:
Probably most remembered for his short managing stint with the New York Mets, finishing 3rd in 1976. He was an outfielder during his playing days for the Indians, Cardinals, Reds (appeared in 10 games in 1956) and Orioles. The advice he gave his children caught my eye: "Never look for a pitch you can't hit". Good advice, Joe.
Much-traveled outfielder playing from '56 thru '65 but I most remember him as a Dodger. Forever famous, I suppose, for being the first Major League batter on the West Coast. "Cimoli was a Dodger but a San Franciscan at heart" so Walt Alston made sure he was the leadoff man as the Dodgers faced the Giants in the first ML game on April 15, 1958 in Seals Stadium in SF.
"Dapper made history when he was traded in 1948 by the Dodgers from their Montreal affiliate to the Atlanta Crackers of the Southern Association for broadcaster Ernie Harwell."