Reds (sort of):
Dustin Moseley (30) -Former hot Reds prospect dealt off for Ramon Ortiz in what turned out to be pretty much a minor deal.
Chris Chambliss (63) -A good-but-not-great player, and IMHO the best hitting coach the Reds have had in recent years.
Jeff King (47) -Former #1 overall draft pick, he was beset with back problems and grew to dislike playing the game so much he retired the day after his pension became vested.
Ozzie Smith (53) -Didn't get along with LaRussa, which makes him OK in my book. Originally drafted by the Tigers, he held out for a $10,000 bonus and Detroit wouldn't budge from their offer of $8500. Think Detroit regrets not spending the extra fifteen hundred bucks?
-On January 8, 2002, Ozzie had a pretty good day. He learned of his election to the Hall of Fame in the morning, and in the evening he carried the Olympic torch in the relay to Salt Lake City. Nope, not a bad day at all...
Carlton Fisk (64) -In 1984 he caught all 25 innings of an extra-inning game; a new record. Hit 72 homers after the age of 40, also a record.
Stu Miller (84)- Quintessential junkball pitcher; threw an assortment of offspeed stuff that registered as slow as 53 mph. Combined on a no-hitter with Steve Barber. Surrendered Mickey Mantle's 500th home run.