The United States team featured two future MLB players from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: B.J. Surhoff and Scott Bankhead.
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.
In 1943, Elmer would win 21 games for the Reds, which tied him for the Major League lead. For Riddle’s 19th win of the ’43 season, he took a perfect game into the 8th inning against the Pirates, retiring the first 22 batters.
Temple was a 6x All-Star during his career and hit .284 in 1,420 MLB games.
Playing primarily for the Astros and Cincinnati Reds, Morgan would go on to amass 2,517 hits in his MLB career, hitting .271 with 268 HR, 689 stolen bases, with a .819 OPS.