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Ben Davis (35) -Almost a Red; he tried a comeback as a pitcher with the Reds AA club, but to no avail. Once a hot catching prospect for the Padres; best known for breaking up a Curt Schilling perfect game with a drag bunt, which some traditionalists viewed as chickenbleep.
John Cangelosi (49) -Came out of nowhere to make the '85 White Sox and had a fine year; then slowly coasted downhill. First hitter to face Randy Johnson in the majors. Currently owns and operates a state-of-the-art baseball training facility in Illinois.
Steve Howe -The player we all loved to hate back in the day, due to his getting drug suspension after drug suspension, always followed by a do-over. He died in a truck accident in 2006 while high on meth, reminding us that addiction is its own punishment.
John Briggs (68) -Had a long career as an outfielder with the Phillies, despite not being much of a hitter. In fact, he was pretty much an average major leaguer with no standout qualities, but probably the best everyday player born on March 10.
Ken MacKenzie (78) -Canadian who attended Yale, where he lettered in baseball and hockey. Ended up with the '62 Mets; he went 5-4, makng him the only pitcher on the staff with a record above .500.
Gene DeMontreville -If John Briggs isn't the best position player today, it's DeMontreville. A turn-of-the-century 2B best remembered for having a 36-game hitting streak.