Lary Sorensen

Sorensen’s good sinker helped him to go 18-12 in 1978, his first full season with the Brewers, and throw three shutout innings in the All-Star Game. Preparing himself for life after baseball, he worked at a Milwaukee radio and TV station during the off-seasons. He pitched for four teams in five years, finishing after going 3-7 for the 1985 Cubs. His parents named him Lary with one R because they liked four-letter names; they named his siblings Gary, Lynn, and Gail.