Ken Brett

Although later overshadowed by younger brother George, in 1967 Ken became the youngest pitcher (19 years, one month) to pitch in a WS game. He went on to tie the modern record for playing with the most teams (10). A three-time 13-game winner, the clever lefty was the winning pitcher while representing the Pirates in the 1974 All-Star Game at Pittsburgh. A good hitter (.262), he set a record for pitchers in 1973 by homering in four straight starts with the Phillies.