Leo Durocher. Leo Durocher led the 1954 New York Giants to the World Series title as manager.
American League Rookie Of The Year. Huston Street preceded Bobby Crosby and was succeeded by Justin Verlander for the American League Rookie of the Year award.
Left Field. Ryan Braun of Milwaukee won the NL MVP for the 2011 MLB season.
Don Mattingly. Don Mattingly won the AL batting title with a .343 batting average in 1984.
Both Were Hit For The Braves. Ruth hit his 714th home run for the Boston Braves and Aaron hit his 714th home run for the Atlanta Braves.
Mike Matheny. Mike Matheny played 13 seasons as a catcher.
1989. The San Francisco Giants never had a lead in a game in the 1989 World Series sweep to the Oakland A's.
5. Despite winning the National League Pennant five times in the 1990's, the Atlanta Braves only won one World Series in 1995.
1931. The home stadium of the Boston Red Sox is Fenway Park.
He Had One Arm. Pete Gray played one season with the St. Louis Browns hitting .218, and had 13 RBI's.
Dick Radatz. Mickey Mantle said he faced Dick Radatz, with the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians, 66 times and struck out 44 times.
Kalamazoo Central High School. Baseball's Derek Jeter was chosen by the New York Yankees with the sixth overall pick of the 1992 Amateur Draft.
Rod Beck. The phrase "Team of Dustiny" for the 1997 San Francisco Giants was in honor of manager Dusty Baker.
John Wetteland. John Wetteland's four 1996 World Series saves tied the record for the most in a postseason series.
84. Yankees ended up in 4th place in the AL East in 2016.
Charlie Hayes. Charlie Hayes caught the final foul pop-out by Mark Lemke to make the Yankees champions of baseball in '96.
Scott Kazmir. Pitcher Scott Kazmir had 10 wins for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays prior to the all-star break in 2006.
389. Johnny Bench hit his 389th home run during the last game of his baseball career on September 17, 1983.
Turn 2 Foundation. Derek Jeter set up the Turn 2 Foundation to help teens turn away from drugs and alcohol, and to foster academic success.
Strained Hamstring. After Robinson Cano returned from his injury in 2006, he led the league in batting average, doubles, and runs batted in.