Wilbur Gary Bell (November 17, 1936-) pitched 12 season in the Major Leagues, finishing third in American League Rookie of the Year voting in 1958 and winning 28 games in his first two seasons. Gary signed with the Cleveland Indians in 1955 primarily using his fastball to dominate his pitching repertoire early on, but transformed to become more of a control pitcher as arm issues began to take their toll on the right-hander. Known as “Ding Dong”, Gary pitched for the Indians (1958-1967), the Boston Red Sox (1967-1968), the Seattle Pilots (1969) and the Chicago White Sox (1969). He helped the Red Sox reach the 1967 World Series, only to fall to the St. Louis Cardinals in seven games. Gary won ten or more games seven times in his career and was named to three American League All-Star teams. Gary Bell finished his career with a 121-117 record, 71 complete games, 51 saves, 1,378 strikeouts and a 3.68 career ERA in 519 appearances.