South Carolina native Carl Long starred in the Negro Leagues and Minor Leagues.
His best season in the Majors was in 1963 when he won 15, saved 23, struck out 162 in 132 innings, and posted a 1.97 ERA.
In 1988, Griffin would be the Chicago Cubs 1st round selection (9th overall) in the MLB Amateur Draft.
Weaver spent 17 seasons managing the Orioles from 1968-1986, earning 4 American League Pennants and 1 World Series ring in 1970.
John’s best season came in 1977, when he won the NL ERA title with a 2.34 ERA and won 20 games against just 5 losses.
In 1970, with the Cincinnati Reds MLB club, the rookie Carbo hit .310 with 21 HR and 94 walks — finishing 2nd in the NL Rookie of the Year voting.