JOE MORGAN |
THE MVP of
Cincinnati's 1975 and '76 Big Red Machine title teams, Morgan won five straight
Gold Gloves at second base, earned 10 trips to the All-Star Game and had 2,517
hits and 689 stolen bases in 22 seasons.
BOB FELLER |
AS A 17-year-old
rookie in 1936, Feller struck out 15 batters in his first start for Cleveland,
a 4--1 win against the St. Louis Browns. Despite losing almost four seasons
fighting in World War II, Rapid Robert won 266 games and struck out 2,581
batters over the course of his 18-year career, all with the Indians.
TOM SEAVER |
UPON JOINING the
woeful Mets in 1967, Seaver began to reverse their fortunes, winning 16 games
and the Rookie of the Year award. Two seasons later the righthander won 25
games and the first of three Cy Young Awards. He led the Miracle Mets to their
first World Series title, pitching 10 innings in a crucial Game 4 victory over
Baltimore. In 1986 Seaver finished his career with 311 wins.