#25 GLENN HUBBARD
ATLANTA BRAVES 1978-1987
Glenn Hubbard was truly a mainstay by Brave standards, patrolling second base with the team for ten years. His best years were during the eighties, but he did make an impact coming up with the team as a twenty-year old in 1978 and remaining a fan favorite during the next decade.
My favorite play of the decade involving Hubbard was on July 15, 1978, when a ground ball hit by Jose Cardenal was turned into a Bob Horner-Glenn Hubbard-Dale Murphy triple play. My guess is since neither Horner, Hubbard or Murphy was over twenty-one at the time, it may have been the youngest triple play in major league history.
And I never was sure what the story behind the snake was all about.