Tom Stephen Morgan (May 20, 1930 – January 13, 1987) During his 12-year big-league pitching career, Tom “Plowboy” Morgan played for some of the best and worst teams in baseball. He broke in with the Yankees and was a member of the 1951 and 1956 world championship teams, as well as a pennant winner in 1955. Later, he played for the seventh place 1957 Athletics, the sixth place 1960 Tigers, and the eighth place 1961 Angels. He missed the 1953 season serving in the military, but returned in 1954 to post his best season as a Yankee with an 11–5 record and 3.34 ERA. With those woeful 1961 expansion Angels, Morgan posted an 8–2 record, a career-best 2.36 ERA, and ten saves. The California native was known as Plowboy because of his shuffling walk. Morgan eventually became a pitching coach in the majors, but sadly suffered a fatal stroke at the age of 56 in 1987.