Tom Carroll (59) -The second-best reliever named Carroll on the BRM.
Richie Scheinblum (69) -Came to the Reds in the unfortunate deal in which we gave up Hal McRae. His son is a golfer who won the U.S. national long-driving championship.
Pete Donohue -Pitcher of the 1920s; won 20 three times before age 25, but then his career went backwards.
Greasy Neale -Led the Reds in hits in the 1919 World Series, but better known for his football exploits. Played on the Canton Bulldogs with Jim Thorpe and later was a successful head coach for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Johnny Damon (38) -Second to Carl Crawford in triples among active players.
Javy Lopez (41) -Looking at his record, I was surprised how really good he was. There are catchers in the HOF with worse records.
Lloyd Moseby (52) -The CF inthe great Blue Jay outfield of Bell-Moseby-Barfield.
Also two great names today: Putsy Caballero and Yam Yaryan...