Ron Blomberg was the number one draft of the New York Yankees in 1967. He played in the Bronx for seven years before joining the Chicago White Sox. He holds the National Baseball Hall of Fame record as the first designated hitter in Major League Baseball. He lives in Roswell, Georgia.
Dan Schlossberg is a sports writer and professional author. He has written and co-authored over thirty books on baseball. In addition, his writing has appeared in numerous publications including Baseball Digest, The Sporting News, and MLB.com. He lives in Fair Lawn, New Jersey.
Marty Appel began his career in public relations by handling fan mail for Mickey Mantle. He eventually became PR director for the Yankees from 1973 to 1977. He lives in New York City.