Ed Armbrister (64) -It wasn't interference...
Vinnie Castilla (45) -Rockies career leader in a number of offensive categories, thanks mostly to pre-humidor Coors Field...He was the last of the original Rockies to be active.
Hal Lanier (70) -Son of pitcher Max Lanier; Hal was an infielder, but he hit like a pitcher. Career OPS: .529...From 1967 through 1969, Hal had the lowest OBP and the lowest SLG in the league every year...Two players were teammates of both Max and Hal: Don Larsen and Willie Mays.
Chuck Tanner -Best remembered as an extreme good-cop manager who needed to be a bad cop when drugs were taking over his Pittsburgh team and couldn't pull it off.
Jack Warhop -Surrendered Babe Ruth's first two career home runs...Still the Yankee franchise leader in hit batsmen, both for a season and for a career.
George Mullin -Tiger pitcher in the early days; still the franchise leader in games stared and innings pitched...A fine hitter, especially for a pitcher; he actually once pinch-hit for Ty Cobb. I bet Ty loved that...
Mickey Welch -I put him in here because I try to include all the Hall of Famers, and he is one, albeit a really obscure one...There's really nothing too remarkable about him other than that he once struck out the first nine batters he faced in a game.