Manny Ramirez. Manny Ramirez, MVP of the 2004 World Series, went 0 for 4 in his Major League debut the previous year.
White. During the Mariners' first four seasons, their uniform featured a trident forming the "M" on the home jersey.
Jack Nabors. Many consider pitcher Jack Nabors a key part of the worst professional baseball team of all time, the Philadelphia A's.
Andruw Jones. Andruw Jones is the youngest Brave to have hit more than 300 home runs.
Rick Monday. Rick Monday played for 19 seasons on 4 different teams and ended his big league playing career in 1984.
Left Field. Lou Brock, inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1985, played left field during his career.
8. Number 8 was retired for both Yankees, Bill Dickey and Yogi Berra.
22. Derek was born in 1974, making him 22 when he won Rookie of the Year in 1996.
Julian Javier. Julian Javier doubled with 2 out in the eighth for the only hit in Game 2 of the '67 Series.
Edgar Martinez. Edgar Martinez hit the two-bagger to left, scoring Joey Cora from 2nd base and Junior from first to win the 95' Division Series.
1999. Ken Griffey was born near Pittsburgh in the Steel Valley town of Donora.
One. In 1993, Barry Bonds hit 46 home runs and 123 RBI on the way to winning the MVP award in his first season with the San Francisco Giants.
3. In 1919, the White Socks were termed the "Black Sox"; allegedly due to the thrifty budget, several players conspired to throw the 1919 world series, accepting bribes from gamblers.
Green. Green was the official stocking color assigned by the National League to the Troy Trojans in 1882.
Ivan Rodriguez. On 5/9/06 Ivan Rodriguez played first base, the 1st time he had played the position in 1914 Major League games.
Jim Palmer. Jim Palmer gained fame in the seventies and eighties by posing in underwear ads.
Amsterdam. Shortstop Didi Gregorius was discovered by a Cincinnati Reds scout who was assigned to the Netherlands.
Matt Williams. Matt Williams managed the Washington Nationals in 2014-15.
1. In winning the 1961 All-Star Game MVP, Willie Mays had 1 hit, 2 RBI's, 2 runs, 2 stolen bases and sparkled defensively.
Bob Welch. Cy Young winner Bob Welch was drafted 20th in the 1977 MLB Draft by the L.A. Dodgers.