Born: Jan 15, 1943
The Michigan native came up with the Tigers in 1967, was claimed by the expansion Seattle Pilots for 1969 and sold to Houston after the season. While an Astro, he pitched in four games and had an 0-1 record with an 8.44 ERA before he was shipped to the Expos.
A student of kinesiology, Marshall became a durable reliever, culminating with the 1974 season when he appeared in an amazing 106 games for the Dodgers. He was 15-12 that year with 21 saves and a 2.42 ERA as he won the Cy Young Award and led the Dodgers to the World Series.
Marshall led his league four times in appearances and closed a 14-year career with a mark of 97-112 with 188 saves and an ERA of 3.14.