Hal "Skinny" Brown
Hal Brown played 14 years in the major leagues and during his career he posted an 85-92 record with a 3.81 ERA in 358 appearances including 211 starts, 47 completed games, 13 shutouts, 11 saves, 1,689 games pitched and 1.83 strikeout-to-walk ratio (710 to 389). Brown began his career with the Chicago White Sox from 1951-1952, then played for the Boston Red Sox from 1953-1955 before going to the Orioles in 1955. Brown continued to make his mark during his six-year run with the Baltimore Orioles in which he won 56 games and developed a reputation for beating the perennial champion Yankees. The Greensboro native was later traded to the Yankees, ending his career in 1964 with the Houston Colt 45s.