Ken Johnson (79) -A Red in the pennant year of 1961. He's most famous for being the only pitcher to lose a complete game no-hitter. He did it in 1964 for Houston against the Reds; it was 0-0 into the ninth, but the Reds squeaked in a run on a walk and a couple of errors. The Old Left-Hander got the win.
Kerry Wood (35) -His strikeout rate of 10.32 per nine innings is the second most of any player with a long career (the Unit is first)...Winning pitcher in the 10,000th victory in Cubs history.
Wally Joyner (50) -Burst onto the scene as a rookie, then went backwards tiny bit by tiny bit every year...Once had a knife thrown at him in the on-deck circle at Yankee Stadium...Now lives in Utah, where he appears occasionally in religious films marketed to members of the LDS church.
Ron LeFlore (64) -His life story is well known to anyone who saw the TV-move "One In A Million: The Ron LeFlore Story" starring LeVar Burton. He's had some money-related issues in recent years. If you can get your hands on a book called I Don't Care If I Never Come Back, by Art Hill, it has a lot of great stuff about LeFlore and the Tigers in general.
Ernie Johnson -Relief pitcher turned longtime Braves announcer. Thanks to cable superstations we all got to enjoy him before his passing in 2011.
Wish Egan -Less known for his pitching career than for his role as a longtime Tiger scout. Signed Jim Bunning, Hal Newhouser and Dizzy Trout among others...Once went down to the bottom of a coal mine to get a parent's signature on a contract.