Willie Davis

Davis was named TSN Minor League Player of the Year in 1960, and was generally considered the fastest man in baseball. The Dodgers regular centerfielder for 13 years, Davis ranks high in virtually every all-time Dodger offensive category. His 31-game hitting streak in 1969 was the longest in 24 years, and he later had another streak of 25 games. A three-time Gold Glove winner, Davis also twice led the NL in errors. He committed a WS-record three errors, all in the fifth inning of Game Two in 1966. In 1965, he set a WS record with three stolen bases in a game, and in ’62, he and Maury Wills set a new NL record for stolen bases by two teammates with 136 (Wills had 104, Davis 32). Traded four times between December 1973 and October 1975, Davis played in Japan before a brief final tour as an Angel.