The biggest impact player during this Anderson S.C. era was in 1974, when the Anderson Mets featured future MLB All-Star Lee Mazzilli. Mazzilli would play in his first professional games on this field, after being a first round draft pick in 1973. "Maz" would bat .269 but hit 24 doubles and 11 homers for the Mets at Anderson Memorial. Future 15 year MLB veteran Jim Clancy would pitch in 1976 for the Anderson Rangers going 6-13 with a 3.83 ERA *stats from thebaseballcube.com