Chris Dickerson (30) -Wow, that was quick...I still think of him as a prospect.
Jeff Gray (49) -Forkballing reliever whose career was cut short by a major stroke in 1991. Currently coaches for the GC Reds and co-owns a "Beef O'Brady's" restaurant in Sarasota with Jody Reed.
Ken Griffey Sr. (62) -I don't know anything about Senior that you don't- sorry.
Joe Gibbon (77) -A Red in the "lost year" of 1971, but better known as a Pirate. Reds fans also remember him for giving up the hit to Bobby Tolan that won the 1970 LCS for the Reds. Other trivia: In his Reds year, Gibbon was the pitcher in the only game that ever ended with a walk-off catcher interference call. In the bottom of the ninth with the score tied, Manny Mota tried to steal home and Johnny Bench stepped out in front of the plate before the pitch was delivered. Harry Wendlestadt made the call.
Marvin Freeman (49) -Known as "Starvin' Marvin" for his skinny build. He worked for a while in a factory making violin bows, and has also done some coaching.
Chuck Connors -Interesting life. Played for the Cubs and Dodgers, as well as the Boston Celtics (with the Celtics he became the first NBA player to shatter a backboard). Then became a TV star on such shows as "The Rifleman", "Branded", "Arrest And Trial", and "Cowboy in Africa". A friend of Richard Nixon; he was invited to the White House where he met Soviet Premier Leonid Brezhnev. He and Brezhnev becam close friends, and when Brezhnev died Connors petitioned the State Department to go to the funeral.
Ross Youngs -A HOF fielder despite a career cut short by kidney problems. When he returned home from his first professional season he found that his girlfriend had jilted him for his brother. Being a class act, Ross wished them well..