All-Star Yankees pitcher who had coke-bottle eyeglasses and a 100-mph fastball. He was drafted from the St. Louis Browns, and pitched one video game to them in 1954 before becoming traded towards the Kansas Town Athletics, and in 1957 the Yankees. Many batters had been initially cautious with him due to his mix of poor eyesight and fast pitches. His nephew Blackie Lawless was the vocalist with the rock music group W.A.S.P. Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg was called after him.