Current Florida Marlins slugger Dan Uggla slammed 18 home runs for the Tigers in 2001. Only one Memphis player has hit more in a single season. Who was he?
Mark Little hit 21 homers for the 1994 Tigers, a team that finished with the best record in the program's history: 52-11. Little went on to hit .283 with 15 homers for the 2000 Pacific Coast League-champion Memphis Redbirds. He led that club with 22 stolen bases. Little played in 148 major-league games, suiting up for the Cardinals, Rockies, Mets, Diamondbacks, and Indians.