Rick Camp

Arm trouble kept Camp out of the majors in 1979, but the sinkerballer returned in 1980 to save 22 games and set a Braves record with 77 appearances. He recorded a 1.78 ERA with 17 saves in 1981, and tied for the NL lead with nine relief wins. After that he was used in every pitching role, with mixed results. A notoriously poor hitter (.074), he surprised everybody with his only ML home run in the 18th inning of a July 4-5, 1985 marathon with the Mets; his post-3:00 AM blast with two out on an 0-2 pitch from Tom Gorman tied the game at 11-11, but he lost it 16-13 in 19 innings.