Benny Frey

A sidearm pitcher with a sweeping motion that was effective against righthanded hitters, Frey spent all but one month (in 1932) of his ML career with the Reds. He led the NL in losses (18) as a rookie in 1930. When the Reds sent him down to Nashville in 1937, the moody Frey refused to report and asked to be put on the voluntarily retired list. He committed suicide that November.