Michael Tucker (41) -A Red in 1999-2001. Hit the first home run in the history of Turner Field.
Bob Shirley (58) -Lefty starter-reliever who spent 1982 with the Reds.
Clay Kirby -Lost 20 games as a rookie with a very bad Padres team...The Padres are now the only franchise without a no-hitter, but Clay came as close as anyone. On 7/21/70 he pitched eight no-hit innings then was removed for a pinch-hitter, only to have the reliever (ex-Red Jack Baldschun) cough up the lead...Pitched for the Reds in the BRM era...died at age 43 of a heart attack.
Alejandro Pena (53) -A weird career. Had two outstanding years as a starter at age 24 (2.75 ERA) and age 25 (2.48 ERA)...And then was never used as a full-time starter again for the rest of his career. I don't know why...
Dick Drago (67) -Gave up Hank Aaron's last home run...The minimum number of batters you can face and be credited for a complete game is 13; to do it you have to retire the side in order for four innings, then give up a homer to the first batter in the fifth to lose 1-0 with the game being called. Believe it or not, Dick Drago actually did it, on 7/30/71. Here's the box score;
Don Demeter (77) -Speedy, line-drive-hitting outfielder withe the Dodgers, Phillies and Tigers. Answer to the trivia question "Who replaced Duke Snyder in CF for the Dodgers"...Later entered the ministry in Oklahoma.
Joe Kuhel -Longtime Senator 1B...In 1945, the war-depleted Senators hit only one home run all season at their home field, ultraspacious Griffith Stadium. Joe hit it, and it was an inside-the-park job.