Johnny Ruffin (41)- Would have been better with a better organization, IMHO; the Reds of Ruffin's time could never get him to refine his natural gifts enough to be successful.
Dan Driessen (60)- For whatever reason, he never really had the big year everyone thought he would have.
Chad Billingsely (27)
Ryan Braun (31)- Yet I keep thinking of him as a young player.
Greg Minton (60)- Had a long career and never really had a bad year.
Don Wert (73)- Best remembered as a throw-in in the deal that sent Denny McClain to Washington.
Felix Mantilla (77)- His swing was supposedly perfect for Fenway Park; check out his stats for his Boston years as opposed to the years before and after.
Chief Meyers- Catcher in the first part of the 20th century, mostly with McGraw's Giants. A Native American, an intellegent and dignified man, and a fine offensive player. Would be a HOF candidate if his career had been longer. Lived to be 91; recited "Casey At The Bat" on the TODAY show when he was way up in his eighties.