Larkin grew up in Cincinnati and became a local legend, helping the Reds to the 1990 Wolrd Series. A 12-time All-Star, Larkin was named the 1995 National League Most Valuable Player. He earned nine Silver Sluggers at shortstop and added three straight Gold Gloves.
A 2014 Hall of Famer, LaRussa is a three-time World Series champion and four-time manager of the year. His career managerial record was 2,728-2,365 (.536 winning percentage). His 2,728 wins is third-most ever. He also played in the Majors for six seasons.
Played for Belton(SC) Post 51, 1991-1994, drafted by Mets. Played at Clemson, Olympian 1996, then drafted by the Twins in the 1st round in 1997.
Matthew was a catcher, 1st baseman and DH. He is currently the bullpen coach for the Washington Nationals.
The Long Beach, Calif., native played for the Indians from 1941-1958, save for when his career was interrupted to serve in the Navy during World War II. The seven-time All-Star helped guide the Indians to a World Series win in 1948 and later won another title as a manager of the Yankees in 1978. He was a 1976 Hall of Fame inductee.