Raymond Alton Hayward only played three years in the major leagues. Two for San Diego and one for the Rangers, but I saw him play for that many years for the Las Vegas Stars against the Beavers. He ended his career with a .333 winning percentage, that would be good if he was a hitter, but not so good for a pitcher. I got this from ABC Unlimited.
Chase Jordan Headley should be playing at his natural position of third base this year since new GM Jed Hoyer traded Kouz to the A's. Headley has played on and off in the majors for the last several years playing all of last year for the San Diego Padres. I got this signed through the mail a couple of years ago.
Jeremy S. Hefner was drafted by the Mets twice and once by the Padres. The Mets drafted him in 2004 and 2005 and the Padres in 2007. He managed to work up to AAA Portland in just two seasons. I wouldn't be at all surprised to see him pitching in Petco this next year if their are any injuries. I got this signed through the mail.