Mike Marshall was a key member of the 1988 Dodgers World Series team, hitting a home run in Game 2. Mike earned 2 World Series rings in his 9 years in LA. He was named National League player of the week twice in his career, and was named to the All-Star team as an outfielder in 1984.
Derrel Thomas' career spanned over 15 years, and he played every position except for pitcher at least once. He played for the Dodgers for 5 seasons, including the 1981 World Series Champion team, where he was a contributing member. Derrel spent most of his career in California with stints with the Dodgers, Giants, Angels, and Padres.
Dennis Powell was an undrafted pitcher that played in the Dodgers organization for 4 years. He played professional baseball for 14 years, including stints with the Seattle Mariners, Milwaukee Brewers, and a year in Japan.
Big Tom McClain is a comedian and radio sports guy out of Ventura. His comedy has been seen on Dr. Phil, along with several cable TV comedy showcases.