Lefty pitcher Dave Righetti is currently the pitching coach for the San Francisco Giants, but he was a pretty solid pitcher in his playing career for the New York Yankees. Righetti burst onto the scene in 1981, winning the Rookie of the Year Award. He pitched in 15 games (all starts) for the Yanks in 1981 and he was 8-4 with a 2.05 ERA and a 1.07 WHIP. On July 4th, 1983, Righetti threw a no-hitter against the hated Boston Red Sox, whiffing Wade Boggs to get the last out. He didn’t stay a starting pitcher long as the Yankees shifted him to the pen to be the closer, a role in which he embraced. In 1986, Righetti finished fourth in the Cy Young Voting as he lead the majors in saves (46). He pitched in 74 games (0 starts) for the Yankees in 1986 and he was 8-8 with 46 saves, a 2.45 ERA and a 1.15 WHIP. Righetti pitched in 522 games (76 starts) in his 11 years with the Yankees and he was 74-61 with 224 saves, a 3.11 ERA and a 1.30 WHIP. Righetti is #2 in Yankees’ history in both games pitched (522) and saves (224), trailing only Mariano Rivera in those categories. He amazingly only made the All-Star Team twice in his 11 years with the Yankees.