Paul Casanova

The rangy, cat-like Cuban refugee was named TSN AL all-star catcher as a Senators rookie in 1966. An enthusiastic, fun-loving spendthrift, he had a rifle arm and led AL catchers in double plays three times, but his hitting tailed off after his first two seasons. He caught all 22 innings and drove in the winning run against the White Sox in the longest night game in AL history (6/12/67).