12-time All-Star right fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates, who won four National League batting titles.
Negro Leagues and Latin American Leagues pitcher and second baseman. In 1938 he finished 18-2 with an ERA of .90 and .387 batting average.
San Francisco Giant who became the first Latino pitcher inducted into the Hall of Fame.
1967 AL Rookie of the Year. Played first and second base for the Minnesota Twins and the California Angels. In 1972 he won the AL batting title without hitting a single home run that year.
First baseman and the first player from Puerto Rico to start an All-Star Game. Also the first player to sign a contract to play exclusively as a designated hitter.
10-time All-Star. Key member of Cincinnati's 'Big Red Machine'.
Shortstop who played from 1956-1973 for the Chicago White Sox, Baltimore Orioles, and Boston Red Sox. Led the AL in stolen bases in nine consecutive seasons, won the Gold Glove award nine times, and was a ten-time All-Star.
Legendary Kansas City Monarch pitcher known in Cuba as the Black Diamond.
Outfielder for the Chicago American Giants, Kansas City Monarchs, and Detroit Stars. In a memorable exhibition series against the NY Giants, he outhit Babe Ruth in nearly all categories.
Inducted in 2011, he was a 12-time All-Star second baseman and 10-time Gold Glove Award winner.