We can do all Reds today:
Jeremy Hermida (28) -One of only four players to hit a grand slam in his first ML at bat. Signed to return to San Diego in 2012.
Jorge Cantu (30) -He'll have hot streaks where people get excited about him, but really he's pretty much Edwin Encarnacion in my book...Currently an Angel.
Davey Johnson (69) -Did you know Davey was the last batter to get a hit off of Sandy Koufax? His 43 homers in 1973 remain one the sport's great out-of-nowhere performances.
Walt Dropo -The Big Moose from Moosup, Connecticut, he was drafted by professional football and basketball teams but chose baseball. Was good enough as a rookie in 1950 to beat out Whitey Ford for the Rookie of the Year award, but hurt his wrist in 1951 and was never the same. He did, however, set a ML record by hitting in 12 consecutive ABs in 1952.
Brooks Lawrence -"The Bull", out of Springield, Ohio, started the 1956 season with 13 straight wins. After retirement he worked for International Harvester in Springfield and with the Reds in a number of positions.
Tony Mullane -"The Apollo Of The Box", known for pitching with either hand. Had a long and eventful career; there's a good article about him in The Neyer/James Book of Pitchers.