Lee Maye

Maye was a solid line-drive hitter throughout his ML career, but found himself stuck in platoon situations for most of his 11 seasons. He started regularly around the Braves outfield early in his career, and in 1964 hit a career-high .304 while leading the NL with 44 doubles, but a trade to Houston in 1965 and then to Cleveland in 1967 relegated him to part-time status. In his spare time, Maye was an accomplished singer, starring in the group Arthur Lee Maye and the Crowns and occasionally singing with The Platters.