Gil Torres

Torres made two appearances as a knuckleball pitcher in 1940 with the Senators, who, having plenty of knuckleballers, converted the Cuban to infielding. He resurfaced in 1944 as Washington’s third baseman, and in 1945 was their shortstop. He wore his pants legs long to hide two of the skinniest legs in the majors. His father, Ricardo, was a Senators catcher for 22 games in 1920-22.