Chuck Rainey

Rainey was a winner in most of his big-league seasons while laboring in hitters’ paradises Fenway Park and Wrigley Field. He went 8-5 in his 1979 rookie season with a 3.81 ERA, then improved to 8-3, 4.86 in 1980. Traded to the Cubs for Doug Bird after a 7-5, 5.02 mark in 1982, he posted a 14-13, 4.48 record but missed out on Chicago’s division championship when he was traded in July 1984 for player-to-be-named-later Davey Lopes of the A’s.