23. Terry Forster
Years Active: 1971-1986
Team(s): White Sox, Pirates, Dodgers, Braves, Angels
Playing Weight: 200 lbs.
Forster debuted with the Pale Hose in 1971 at the age of 19 and led the AL in saves in '74. He finished with 127 saves, but is best known for being the best hitter in baseball history* (!), and for being called a "fat tub of goo" by David Letterman.
*His .397 batting average is tops for any major leaguer with either 50 at bats or 15 years of major league experience. Of course he did that in just 78 at bats, so a small sample size disclaimer might be in order.