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Rollie Fingers - In 1992 he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, joining Wilhelm to become only the second reliever inducted (Eckersley, Sutter, and Gossage have since followed).   In 1980 he broke Wilhelm's record of 227 saves, and eventually finished with 341, a record that stood until Jeff Reardon passed it in 1992.

athletics relief pitcher, rollie fingers - shuts down dodger rallies 3 times with 1 win, 2 saves, 6 strikeouts and a era

Rickey Henderson... most exciting baseball player ever. Perhaps the best baseball player ever. Nice guy too. Career leader in Stolen Bases and Runs Scored. Second in Walks to Barry Bonds. Also has record for most home runs to lead off a ball game.

most exciting baseball player ever. Perhaps the best baseball player ever. Nice guy too. Career leader in Stolen Bases and Runs Scored. Second in Walks to Barry Bonds. Also has record for most home runs to lead off a ball game.

Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates (Hopefully, one day a future Padre!)

Just stumbled across this cool page for Pirates

Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen leaps to make the catch of a ball hit deep to center by Milwaukee Brewers Ryan Braun in the first inning.

Joe Morgan, Cincinnati Reds  One great baseball player from the "Big Red Machine" era

Joe Morgan, Cincinnati Reds One great baseball player from the "Big Red Machine" era and my favorite Red of all-time!

Bob Gibson

Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals led his team to three World Series and two championships, and was the MVP of the 64 and 67 Series. And in 1968 he won the Cy Young award when he posted a season earned run average of still the lowest in baseball since

Nolan Ryan - the GREATEST pitcher ever. 7 career no-hitters. I doubt anyone will ever beat that record!

(born on January nicknamed "The Ryan Express", is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. He is currently principal owner, president and CEO of the Texas Rangers.

The boys of summer

The Amazing Oakland A's in the 2012 Playoffs, Baby! I remember when the A's used to win the World Series.

Why Was Babe Ruth the Greatest Baseball Hitter Ever?

Why Was Babe Ruth the Greatest Baseball Hitter Ever?

(February 1895 – August best known as "Babe" Ruth and nicknamed "the Bambino" and "the Sultan of Swat", was an American baseball player who spent 22 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) playing for three teams

Pete Rose, Joe Morgan, and Johnny Bench

Pete Rose, Joe Morgan and Johnny Bench, Cincinnati Reds "Big Red Machine" My childhood heroes.

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