For his career, LaValliere threw out 36.8% of potential base stealers and posted a .992 Fielding Percentage in 12 seasons.
The United States team featured two future MLB players from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: B.J. Surhoff and Scott Bankhead.
Steve Carlton’s consecutive win streak ended at 15 in 1972 when his next start resulted in an 11-inning complete game 2-1 loss on August 21, 1972.
In his 17-year MLB career, Mathews hit .271 with 2,315 hits, 512 HR, 1,453 RBI, and 1,444 walks.
In 1988, Griffin would be the Chicago Cubs 1st round selection (9th overall) in the MLB Amateur Draft.
After his stellar season with the Goobers in 1913, winning 21 in 38 games pitched with a 2.54 ERA, Hedgpeth’s contract was purchased by Clark Griffith’s Washington Senators.