Ken Henderson

Touted at 19 as Willie Mays’s successor, Henderson was a regular in only four of his eight years with the Giants. He hit a career-high .294 with 17 home runs and 20 stolen bases as San Francisco’s left fielder in 1970, but his average dropped the next two years and he was traded to the White Sox. Henderson was shocked by the trade, but recovered to hit .292 with 20 HR and 95 RBI for Chicago in 1974.