In 1965, the Greensboro Yankees of the Carolina League featured two future MLB stars on their roster.
Rosen’s 10-year career in the Major Leagues, all with the Indians, included 4 All-Star selections, a World Series ring in 1948, and a unanimous AL MVP award in 1953 for hitting .336 with 43 HR and 145 RBI.
In 1966, Gaylord would win 20 games for the first time in his MLB career (he would have five 20+ win seasons during his 22-year career)
in 1963, Jim would pitch in 40 games, starting 30, and winning 21 games while sporting a 2.53 ERA.
Surprising his peers in his first full season in the Majors, Allison would hit 30 HRs with the Senators in 1959.
Blefary made his MLB debut in 1965 with Baltimore and won the AL Rookie of the Year Award that same season, batting .260 with 22 HR and 70 RBI in 144 games for the Orioles.