Moises Camacho

Considered the Rogers Hornsby of the Mexican League, Camacho batted more than .340 three straight seasons and twice topped 100 RBI for Mexicali in 1953-55, as remnants of the bankrupt Mexican circuit merged into the Class-C Arizona-Texas League. Returning to the Mexican League in 1957, he hit at least 20 homers three times, and .300 six times. Appointed Poza Rica’s manager in 1971, he retired as a player, but couldn’t resist re-activating himself to pinch hit until, at age 42, his lifetime average finally dipped below .300.