Gaylord Perry

Gaylord Perry

Inducted 1991 (3rd Ballot)

Born: September 15, 1938 Williamston, North Carolina

314 Wins, 3.11 ERA, 3,534 K, 5x All-Star, 1972 AL Cy Young, 1978 NL Cy Young, No Hitter (9/17/1968), 303 Complete Games.

Gaylord was the first pitcher to win a Cy Young Award in both leagues.



The Wizard of Oz…Ozzie Smith

Ozzie Simith

Inducted: 2002 (1st Ballot)

Born: December 26, 1954 Mobile, Alabama

2,460 Hits, 793 RBI, 580 SB, 15x All-Star, 13 Gold Gloves, 1982 World Series title, 1987 Silver Slugger, 1985 NLCS MVP.

A true showman and true gentleman of the game, Smith goes down as one of the most entertaining players, and greatest shortstops, in baseball history.


Bobby Doerr

One of the greatest TTM signers ever! This was my first baseball that I got signed TTM and it came back to me in about a week in April 2009.

Robert Pershing Doerr

Inducted: 1986 (Veteran’s Committee)

Born: April 7, 1918 Los Angeles, California

223 HR, 1,247 RBI, .288 BA, 2,042 Hits, 9x All-Star, 1944 AL MVP.



Post 2: Johnny Bench

Johnny Bench

Inducted: 1989 (1st Ballot: 96.42%)

Born: December 7, 1947 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

389 HR, 1,376 RBI, 14x All-Star, 2,048 Hits, 10 Gold Gloves, 2 World Series titles, 2x NL MVP, 1968 NL ROY, 1976 WS MVP, MLB All-Century Team

There is a constant debate on how’s the greatest catcher of all-time and, in the majority of circles, Bench is considered to be the best.