Ray pitched for the Washington Senators in 1962 going 1-2 in 18 games. I remember him more as the pitching coach for the Phillies in the 1970s and 80s.
Mr Gagliano was mostly a backup infielder during his long career with the Cardinals, Red Sox, Cubs and Reds. His brother is Ralph Gagliano, who played in only one major league game for the Indians.
Earl pitched for the Cubs, Brewers and Orioles in his career. He wrote to let him know if I ever come across a photo of him as an Oriole, to let him know.
Mr Bolger was an outfielder in the 1950s , mostly for the Chicago Cubs. After leaving the Phillies in 1959, he went to play in the PCL and ended his career with the Louisville Colonels in 1962.