Bert Campaneris

Bert Campaneris

Bert Campaneris is the Cuban-born shortstop and speedy leadoff hitter for the Oakland Athletics teams that won consecutive World Series Championships from 1972 through 1974, the only team other than the Yankees to win that many in a row. Campaneris led the American...read more
Gaylord Perry

Gaylord Perry

Gaylord Perry began his distinguished 22 year major league career with the San Francisco Giants in 1962. Before the end of that decade, he and BASHOF Enshrinee Juan Marichal had formed one of the most potent one-two pitching combinations of the time. In 1966, Perry...read more
Will Clark

Will Clark

Will Clark earned his nickname, “Will the Thrill”, in his first major league at-bat with the San Francisco Giants, slugging a home run off baseball Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan on April 8, 1986.  Blessed with an elegant batting stroke, he hit .308 with 35 homers in his...read more
Jerry Coleman

Jerry Coleman

Jerry Coleman signed with the New York Yankees after graduation from San Francisco’s Lowell High School in 1942, but served instead as a decorated Marine Corps fighter pilot in World War II.  He finally joined the Yankees in 1949 after several seasons in the...read more
Dennis Eckersley

Dennis Eckersley

Born in Oakland, Dennis Eckersley had a 24-year major league career as a right-hand starter and reliever. He started his major league career with Cleveland in 1975, played with Boston from 1978 to 1984, and was traded in 1984 to the Chicago Cubs. He joined the Oakland...read more
Dave Stewart

Dave Stewart

Right-hander Dave Stewart was at his peak with the Oakland A’s, a four-time 20-game winner. His career spanned 15 years on five clubs, (Dodgers, Rangers, Phils, A’s, Blue Jays) with a record of 168-129 and a 3.95 ERA. A pressure pitcher, he excelled in...read more