Elmer Valo was born in what is now Slovakia in 1921. He had a long career from 1940 through 1961, with the Philadelphia Athletics for many years but then with the Kansas City A's, Phillies, Brooklyn Dodgers, Los Angeles Dodgers, Indians, Yankees, Senators, and Twins. So he was with three different teams that moved cities during his tenure with them. Valo was a career .282 hitter with 1420 total hits and 601 RBI. Valo is on the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame.
Ruben Gomez pitched in the majors from 1953 through 1967, but with some gaps. He wasn't in the majors in 1961 or 1963, and played in Mexico from 1964 through 1966. In the 1954 championship season, he went 17-9 with a 2.88 ERA. Other than the New York and San Francisco Giants, he played with the Phillies, Indians, and Twins in his MLB career. He also had a lot of success continuing to play in Puerto Rico afterwards.
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