Reds:

Hal Bevan -Had three ABs for the 1967 Reds. The fact that I remember him indicates that I spend too much time thinking about baseball.

Gus Bell -Besides being the patriarch of the Bell family, Gus was a very good player in his own right: a four-time all-star who led the league in triples once and hit for the cycle in 1951. A class act all the way.

Others:

Pedro Borbon (44) -The son, not the Red....

Pat Ragan -A measure of how weak the birthday pool is today is the inclusion of Ragan, a run-of-the-mill pitcher of the early 1900s. Ragan did once strike out the side on nine pitches; other than that there's not much to say about him. Ragan is the only pitcher born today with more than 27 career wins; Bell is the only hitter with over 500 career hits.