Harry "Fritz" Dorish (July 13, 1921 – December 31, 2000) A stocky sinker-ball artist, Harry “Fritz” Dorish spent a decade in the majors and led the American League with 11 saves in 1952. When he retired, he held the distinction of being the last AL pitcher to steal home. Dorish broke in with the Red Sox in 1947 and later pitched for the Browns, White Sox, and Orioles. The ultimate swingman, he could start and finish games effectively. Dorish followed up his 11-save 1952 season with ten wins, 17 saves, and a 3.40 ERA in 1953. While in the minors, he served three years in the US Army Medical Corps and played military baseball. Dorish finished his career in 1956 with 45 wins, 48 saves, and a 3.83 ERA. He continued in baseball until 1988 with several organizations, working as a Major League scout and pitching coach as well as a minor-league manager and pitching instructor. He died in 2000 at age 79.