Greg Tubbs (49) -OF in 1993 who couldn't get his batting average over the Mendoza line.
Frank Robinson (76) -Happy 76th to maybe the greatest Red ever.
Hideo Nomo (43)
Von Hayes (53) -Does Drew Stubbs remind you of a faster Von Hayes?
Tom Candiotti (54) As a knuckleballer, at 56 he's still in his prime.
Claudell Washington (57) -Played successfully in the majors at 19, got MVP votes at 20; never really took the next step into superstardom but had a long career.
Tracy Stallard (74) -Famous, of course, for giving up homer #61 to Maris; the pitchers who gave up #59 and #60 both later pitched for the Reds. Anyone remember who they were? Anyway, I remember hearing once that Stallard was living in Cincinnati after he retired, but his bio doesn't mention it.
Eddie Plank -Gettysburg Eddie, a lefty who won 300+ games in the bigs,