Steve Howe, 48
Howe was the National League Rookie of the Year in 1980, the second in a string of three Dodger rookies of the year (Rick Sutcliffe and Fernando Valenzuela were the others). That year he saved 17 games, establishing a new rookie record. A hard-throwing left-hander, Howe's career was plagued by alcohol and cocaine abuse; he first checked himself into a substance abuse clinic in 1983, but a relapse resulted in him being suspended for the entire 1984 season. Over the course of his 17-year career, Howe would be suspended seven times.