Ray Scarborough

The Senators considered Scarborough a hot prospect before WWII. After spending 1944 and 1945 in the military, the Wake Forest graduate developed into a reliable, curveballing starter. He had his greatest success in 1948-49, going 15-8 (2.82) and 13-11 (4.60). Purchased by the Yankees from Boston in August of 1952, he went 5-1 during New York’s successful pennant drive.