Bill Landrum (54) Righty reliever; pitched very well for the Pirates and very poorly for everyone else
Dustin Pedroia (28)
Brett Myers (31)
Jorge Posada (40)
Butch Hobson (60) Best known for fielding below .900 in 1978.
Boog Powell (70) Some people think of him as a fat slob, but he wasn't; he was just a big, big guy.
Diego Segui (74) Much-traveled father of David Segui.
Jim Davenport (78) Had a long career, all with San Francisco. When he started, Hank Sauer was playing LF for the Giants; when he finished George Foster was breaking in.
Rudy York- Spent the first half of his career in kind of a Yonder Alonso situation; Detroit had Hank Greenberg at 1B and Rudy couldn't really play anywhere else (they tried him at catcher, third and the outfield with brutal results). Unlike Yonder, though, Rudy was a drunk and a hell-raiser; "He knew every hooker in New York" recalled one teammate.