Alex Carrasquel

One of many fine Latin-American players imported by Washington owner Clark Griffith, Carrasquel had a fine fastball, which complemented well the famed Senator knuckle-ball staffs of the early 1940s. The tall Venezuelan became more of an asset to the Senators as his pitching savvy increased and he moved more into relief roles. All of his decisions came as a Senator and his brief fling with Chicago consisted of three appearances.