Tito Fuentes

The nimble Cuban was a flamboyant fielder who was often called a hot dog. Fuentes was San Francisco’s regular second baseman in the early 1970s and set a NL record by committing just six errors (.993 fielding average) in 1973 after leading NL second basemen in errors the previous two seasons. A productive, punch-type switch-hitter, he drove in 78 runs for the Giants in 1973, and 83 for the Tigers in 1977 when he batted a career-high .309. On September 13, 1973, he was hit by three pitches in one game, a ML record.