Wally Westlake (b. 1920) played in the majors from 1947 to 1956 for the Pirates, Cardinals, Reds, Indians, Orioles and Phillies. He had 848 career hits, 127 home runs and a .272 batting average. He was an All Star in only one season (1951). He appeared in the World Series in 1954 when the Indians lost to the New York Giants.