Reds:

Bob Boone (64) -Always seemd like the kind of guy who SHOULD be a great manager, but as you and I know, it never really developed that way.

Bobby Tolan (66) -Lou Brock won the NL stolen base title every year between 1966 and 1974 except for one. Bobby won it that year. I always enjoyed watching him play, but I understand that he wasn't always the easiest guy to get along with.

Everett Scott -The record-holder for consecutive games played before Gehrig. Was only a Red for one season.

Others:

Jonathan Sanchez (29) - 11/19 was a weak day for pitcher's birthdays. Sanchez's 38 career wins ties for the lead among all players born today.

Ryan Howard (32) -Holds a bunch of franchise and NL records. You can look them up if you're interested. I was more interested in learning that he played the trombone in high school and that he has a twin brother larger than him.

Roy Campanella -I love me some Johnny Bench, but I suspect that if Campy had played a whole career in the majors he'd be regarded as the greatest catcher ever. Unless Josh Gibson also had played a whole career in the bigs...