Thank you for starting another of my favorite threads Biggie. Here goes. Not the best team but some of my favorite players from the team I've followed for much of my brief life. 1st base. Has to be Norm Cash. He could have been one of the greastest ever to play the game. Instead he chose to party his way to just being good. He proved one of the things my Dad used to tell me all the time "You cant play this game at that level and drink like you do" to be false. He was right in my case but watching Norm proved him wrong. 2nd base. Jake Wood. He could light up the whole stadium when he started to run the bases. He also could hit some to, but his fielding kept him out of the lineup most days. SS. Has to be Alan Trammel. He was like watching a machine out there. Man could he hit. So much better the Ripken it hurts not to have him elected to the Hall. 3rd base. Bubba Phillips. He wasn't the best but he was fun to watch play that position. LF. Goes to the Rock. Rocky Colovito. After watching him pick a ball up at the wall in leftfield and throw it into the stands along the firstbase line, priceless. Also could hit the heck out of the ball, not always when you needed it but still enough to excite the crowd. CF Bill Bruton. Maybe the best fielding centerfielder we've ever had. I know Chet was great to but Bill used to do things no one else could do and he made it look easy. RF Al Kaline. Enough said. Starting pitching Frank Lary. Always gave his best. One tough nut to crack, especialy for the Yankees (Yankee Killer was his nickname). Paul Foytack. Had maybe the best arm this organization has ever seen but no one knew which Paul would show up, not even Paul knew. One of his best games came after he stayed out all night and was hung over so bad he wasn't sure he could make it to the mound with out barfing. LOL! You have to add Micky Lolich to this group. Great arm but couldn't figure out how to win. Thank God for John Sain, he turned Micky into one of the best. To bad team couldn't match his ability he would have added alot more wins. Relief Pitcher. Terry Fox. Had one of the best curveballs ever. To bad his arm was so sensitive, never lived up to his ability due to injuries. Ed Rakow. I love this guys name and he wasn't to bad a pitcher if I remember correctly. John Hiller. Man did I love watching this Canadian get people out. (I think He was from Canada). He was one of the better pitchers on a team that had great pitching. Well theres my list. I hope I reminded some of us what a great and storied team we've fielded in just my brief time watching them. PS: Jerry Lumpe was a good one Biggie. We got him and Dave Wickersham and Ed Rakow in a trade I think.