Yogi Berra‘s son was a highly-touted prospect from the time of his first-round selection by Pittsburgh in the 1975 draft. At first a utility infielder, Dale finally became a regular at shortstop in 1982. A productive bat (.263, 10 HR, 61 RBI) could not compensate for poor defense. Traded to the Yankees after drug problems, he played just 16 games with his father as manager before Yogi was fired. Dale was a spare part the rest of his career. He established a major league record in 1983 by reaching base seven times on catcher’s interference. Dale and Yogi held the record for father-son home runs (407) until Bobby and Barry Bonds broke it in 1989.