Sacramento native Neill Rawlins "Wild Horse" Sheridan is best remembered for the four years he spent in the outfield for the San Francisco Seals from 1944 through 1947. Sheridan had his cup of coffee in the majors with the Red Sox in 1948, appearing in two games, coming to bat once, and striking out. He was traded to the Seattle Rainiers in 1948, where he played for two seasons before returning to the City by the Bay for the 1950 and '51 seasons. He spent the latter part of 1952 in San Diego, and the first part of 1953 in Oakland before being traded to his home town Sacramento Solons in mid-1953. In 1954, he returned to San Francisco to finish off his PCL career.