Where Are They Now?: Wally, Anthony And Roy Johnson
Remembering the talented early 1980s Montreal Expos trio of Wally, Anthony and Roy Johnson.
Where Are They Now?: Earl Cunningham
The Cubs drafted powerful South Carolina high school outfielder Earl Cunningham eighth overall in 1989, but he was stymied by strikeouts and never advanced past high Class A.
Where Are They Now?: Barry Zito
Barry Zito threw one of the best curveballs in baseball during the 2000s. Fittingly, “Curveball” is the name of his candid new memoir.
Where Are They Now? Casey Close
Former College Player of the Year found success off the field.
Where Are They Now?: Brooks Kieschnick
There is no bigger fan of Shohei Ohtani than Brooks Kieschnick.
Where Are They Now?: Brad Komminsk
A potential “Triple Crown Winner” explains why he missed in the majors.
Where Are They Now?: Donell Nixon
Former speedster Donell Nixon now teaches the game.
Where Are They Now? The Stenhouse Family
The Stenhouse trio graced the cover of Baseball America in December 1981.
Where Are They Now?: Ken Dayley
Ken Dayley overcame Tommy John and vertigo to pitch 11 seasons.
Where are they now?: Gregg Jefferies
Gregg Jefferies looked like a can't-miss prospect 30 years ago.