4. Pete LaCock: Pete played 8 seasons for the Cubs and Royals from 1972-1980. Though the Cubs took him with the 20th pick in the 1970 draft, he hit .257, 27, 224 in 715 MLB games. Pete is known for hitting his only MLB grand slam off Bob Gibson in his last game and having his own last game being in game 2 of the 1980 World Series. LaCock signed a two year contract in the Japanese League after the 1980 season, but it did not work out for him. He was released from his contract before the 1982 season.
3. Dick Pole: Richard Henry Pole has the highest ERA in the history of the World Series (infinite), and played for the Red Sox and Mariners from 1973-1978. He threw a no-hitter for the Pawtucket Red Sox in 1973. His career was affected by a line drive he was hit in 1975 by Tony Muser. He suffered damage to one of his retinas and was never the same. The usage of his first name obviously was a play on words, and remained with him while he was a MLB pitching coach for over 15 seasons.
2. Rusty Kuntz: Russell Jay Kuntz played for the White Sox, Twins and Tigers from 1979-1985. After missing out on postseason play in 1983 after he was traded away from the eventual AL West Champion White Sox, he was on the 1984 Tigers team that won the World Series. He got 1 AB in the ALCS vs Kansas City and 1 AB in the WS vs San Diego. His AB vs the Padres resulted in him getting the game winning RBI in the fifth and deciding game on a sacrifice fly as a pinch hitter. He spent 15 seasons as a MLB first base coach with the Mariners, Marlins, Pirates and Royals.
1. Johnny Dickshot: Johnny played for three teams (Pirates-1936-1938, Giants-1939 and White Sox- 1944-1945 from the period of 1936-1945. The self proclaimed ugliest man in baseball, he was referred to as "Ugly" Johnny Dickshot. He saved his best season for his last, which was in 1945 where he hit .302, 4, 58 in 130 games for the White Sox. He scored 74 runs, hit 10 triples and stole 18 bases. Despite hitting .313 in AAA the next season, he never again played in the major leagues. Dickshot was born John Oscar Dicksus in 1910 and passed away in 1997 at age 87.