Connie Mack's Philadelphia A's were once one of baseball's great franchises. By the time they finally left Philadelphia, they were a dark lesson in complacency.
Bob Shawkey was one of the Yankees' first great aces during the team's golden age, and, for one year, a manager. He never quite forgave the team for the last part.
Sam Crane was a marginal player on some of the worst Major League teams ever, but he later managed to find a place in history in the bleakest way possible.