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  1. 'Royal Air Force Test Pilot for the Development Flights of the Man-Powered Aircraft Jupiter'
  2. former Oakland Athletics catcher 2009-11, caught Dallas Braden's perfect game
  3. 'Negro Leaguer' Fmr Baseball Player 1954 -1965
  4. Spanish born midfielder for West Ham United. Plays for England internationally
  5. Child actor who played young Davros in Doctor Who
  6. MLB pitcher 1962-71 (Pirates, Giants, Senators, White Sox, Angels, Braves)
  7. Baseball / Pitcher 1996-2001 / Oakland A's & TB Devil Rays / currently the pitching coach for Vermont (A)
  8. Oakland A's infielder, former Phillies, Twins, Cardinals, Red Sox and the Dodgers
  9. Former Phillies, Blue Jays, A's, and Tigers reliever, now in White Sox chain
  10. Former Athletics prospect, currently in the Atlantic League
  11. Currently the 3rd base coach for the chicago cubs/former Manager Of Iowa Cubs/Former First Base Coach For Oakland Athletics named Cubs manager on Oct 19, 2010 to a 2 year contract with an option for 2013
  12. Former Cubs & Reds 2nd baseman/shortstop Current manager for Oneonta Tigers
  13. Bench coach for the Chicago Cubs, Former major league catcher; played for Royals, Indians, A's, Orioles, Cardinals, Yankees, Brewers & White Sox; member of Royals 1985 World Series championship team
  14. Baseball / 1992 / Pitched for Oakland A's / Played in the Minors for 8 Seasons
  15. Baseball player - played for the 1952 and 1957 Philadelphia A's
  16. Baseball / Former Montreal Expos All-Star Outfielder & Stolen Base King / formerly with the World Champion White Sox
  17. outfielder for the tucson sidewinders, minor league club of the arizona diamondbacks and son of mlb great tim raines
  18. former major league pitcher; played for A's, Red Sox & Cubs
  19. Right-handed pitcher who debuted for Los Angeles Dodgers in 1960 (he passed away in 2000)
  20. Pitcher for the New York Yankees
  21. Baseball / Pitcher / 2003-05 with Texas Rangers / 2007 Florida Marlins
  22. Former baseball player and former manager for the New York Mets
  23. aaa baseball players mlb/oakland athletics
  24. MLB 2nd & 3rd baseman, P.H. from 1983-95 for Brewers, Padres, Expos, A's, Phillies. Best season 1987 (350 AB) with 69 RS, 26 doubles, 6 triples, 12 HR, 54 RBI, & .309 BA. Manager of the Portland Beavers
  25. aaa baseball players mlb/Pittsburgh Pirates
  26. Former A's and Cubs catcher, now with New York Mets
  27. former Boston OF, top prospect, now with Oakland
  28. Retired pitcher, one time All-Star, former Twins, Braves, Tigers
  29. Right-handed pitcher who debuted with the Kansas City A's in 1958. He passed away in 1984
  30. Pitcher, Reds farmhand
  31. former major league pitcher; played for Expos, Royals, Cubs, Angels, A's, Red Sox, White Sox
  32. former major league outfielder; played for A's, Red Sox & Yankees; member of 1953 NY Yankees World Series championship team
  33. MLB outfielder, 1st baseman from 1964-72 for Yankees, A's, Angels. Led league in 1968 with most sacrifice flies. Best season was 1970 with 407 AB, 50 RS, 17 doubles, 6 triples, 18 HR, 47 RBI, .238 BA. Hit 9 HR's in his 1st 29 games in MLB!!
  34. Pitcher - Florida Marlins
  35. former major league first baseman; played for A's, Yankees, Mariners & Blue Jays
  36. Baseball / Pitcher / 1994-2000 & 2003 / A's, Padres, Red Sox, Phillies & Devil Rays
  37. Right-handed hitting outfielder who was signed as a free agent by the Kansas City Athletics in 1963 and debuted for them in that same year
  38. Texas Ranger for the 2011 season, Phillies/Former Cleveland Indians pitcher
  39. Paul Richards  (2)
    Baseball player 1932-46, manager 1951-76
  40. Bodybuilder, born 1944, Munich, Germany, Mr. Germany 1965 , Mr. Europe 1970 (Tall Division), Mr. Europe 1972 (Tall Division), famous physic model in the 1960s
  41. former major league pitcher; played for Blue Jays, A's, Giants, White Sox and Yankees; current pitching coach for the San Francisco Giants; 2X All - Star; 3X WS Champ; 1981 AL ROY; 2Ã- AL Rolaids Relief Man Award winner
  42. Baseball / Former Reds Pitcher / 1990 World Series M.V.P
  43. Baseball player in the 80s
  44. Currently on the St. Louis Cardinals, Former Pirates & Indians Pitcher
  45. former MLB player - san diego padres (1986-1991, 1994-1995), cincinnati reds (1992-1993), kansas city royals (1996-1997), cleveland indians (1997), detroit tigers (1998), oakland athletics (1998), Current Broadcaster for FSN Bay Area
  46. Last surviving Bletchley Park codebreaker who cracked a German cipher machine in WW2. He was among four members of the Testery section tasked with breaking the German Tunny code. Also known as 'Raymond 'Jerry' Roberts'
  47. WWII veteran and Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Maryland
  48. MLB Pitcher
  49. Comic book artist for Marvel, DC, and others. Provides artwork for Upper Deck's VS game.
  50. Catcher for the Oakland Athletics (1978) and the New York Yankees (1979-80)
  51. MLB first baseman from 1942-57 for 7 teams. 1943-45 WW 2. All-Stars 4x. In 1948 & 55 W.S. batted .348 in 23 at-bats. Best seasons: 1951 with 29 home runs, 117 RBI's with .282 average. 1952 with 22 home runs, 114 RBI's, .296 average. Hit .314 in 1950
  52. MLB outfielder from 1960-68 with White Sox, Reds, Red Sox and A's. Hit over .300 in 1961, 1962, and 1964. Led league in doubles with 45 in 1962
  53. This is the Venezuelan-born left-handed pitcher who was born April 7, 1993. He was traded by the Orioles to the Red Sox in the Andrew Miller deal, and, as of spring, 2018, is a starting pitcher for Boston
  54. Oakland A's Pitcher
  55. Former major league pitcher; played for Giants, Indians & A's; Bullpen coach for the Oakland A's
  56. Baseball Player currently in the Washington Wild Things Organization
  57. Baseball AA - Harrisburg Senators 2006
  58. Baseball Player - Pitcher 1967-70
  59. Played as a pitcher for the New York Yankees from 1923-1924
  60. Kenny Rogers  (2)
    Detroit Tigers Starting Pitcher
  61. Relief Pitcher for the Minnesota Twins (1962-1968), Oakland Athletics (1969-1972), New York Yankees (1972) and the Texas Rangers (1972). Had a career ERA of 3.22
  62. MLB catcher from 1961-72 with 8 teams. Known as 'Babe' or 'Duke of Paducah'. Brother of MLB outfielder Gene Roof and cousin of MLB manager Eddie Haas. Best season in 1975 with 7 HR's & .303 BA. (1st player ever signed with Toronto Blue Jays in '76)
  63. Texas Rangers infielder, Former Reds prospect and Oakland A's
  64. Former MLB player (P)for the Kansas City Athletics in 1965
  65. Former Dodgers & A's Catcher
  66. Baseball's All-Time Hits Record Holder/Banned from Baseball in 1989 due to gambling on the game
  67. 2014 All-Star, Pitcher for the San Diego Padres
  68. former Oakland A's Shortstop Prospect
  69. former major league pitcher; played for Indians & A's
  70. MLB outfielder, 1st baseman 1967-82 for A's, Angels, Red Sox. 3x All - Star. 3x Gold Gloves. Led league in hits, triples in 1972 and doubles, total bases in 1974. Three World Series (3x Champ) getting 2 doubles, 2 home runs, 9 RBI and batting .300
  71. Baseball Player
  72. MLB relief pitcher 1983-96 for Rangers, Red Sox, Reds. A's, Indians. 2x All - Star. Rolaids Award in1989 6-4, 38 saves (led league), 1.98 ERA & 1992 with 4-3, 30 saves, 1.63 ERA. Four times had 30 or more saves. Father of James Russell
  73. Jeff Russell  (2)
    Football Coach
  74. Male Voice Over Talent
  75. Outfielder who was drafted in 1996 by the Diamondbacks; he played for them in parts of the 1999, 2000, and 2001 seasons (and also played for the A's in 2001)
  76. former Reds, A's and Astros relief pitcher
  77. 1st Baseman for the Chicago White Sox (1994), Oakland Athletics (1999?2002)and the Los Angeles Dodgers (2004?2007)
  78. baseball
  79. MLB pitcher from 1942-55 for Braves, Yankees, A's. Military 1943-45. 3x All-Star. Best seasons: 1948 with most wins, going 24-15, 2.60: 1950 went 20-13 & in 1954 with 6 wins & led league in saves with 26, 3.16 ERA. In 4 W.S. (3x Champs) went 2-2, 2.64
  80. former major league infielder/DH; played for Yankees, A's, Brewers & Orioles; former minor league coach
  81. 1951 Philadelphia A's INF
  82. Baseball Player
  83. Mid-80's baseball player Played in 109 career games for the Philadelphia Phillies (1982-1983), San Francisco Giants (1984), Detroit Tigers (1985), Minnesota Twins (1986), and Oakland A's (1987)
  84. MLB relief pitcher from 1964-76 for 8 teams. Known as 'Bulldog' or 'Daffy'. Best seasons in 1970 with 5-2, 13 saves, 1.75 ERA and 1971 was 7-12, league leading 31 saves, 1.91 ERA. & A.L Fireman of Year Award as Top Reliever
  85. Former Expos,Cubs,A's,Yankees,White Sox and Angels- starting pitcher
  86. Baseball for yanks, Pirates, Angels and A's
  87. Baseball / Former Infielder for Oakland A's 1975-76 / Also a Successful Minor League Coach
  88. MLB pitcher from 1956-67 for Giants, Angels, A's, Phillies. !957 R.O.Y. and All-Star going 19-8 with 3.08 ERA. Also led league in K's 1957. Best season 1962 going 24-7 with 3.43 ERA. Led league in shutouts in 1960. In 1962 W.S. went 1-2 with 1.93 ERA
  89. Was a member of the 1971 and 1979 winning World Series teams of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
  90. Baseball / 1995-2001 / Switch Hitting Infielder - Outfielder for Expos, Giants, Dodgers & A's / Also Played at University of Miami
  91. Jose Santiago  (2)
    Baseball A+ - Myrtle Beach Pelicans 2007
  92. Baseball / Former Pitcher for A's Red Sox / 1963-70 / Won 12 Games and Recorded 5 Saves in 1967 for Sox
  93. Baseball / Pitcher / Pirates, Indians, Red Sox & A's / Played 2007 Season in Blue Jays Organization
  94. Former Major League Pitcher/Now Pitching Coach for the Pawtucket Red Sox
  95. Baseball player Philadelphia Athletics 40's
  96. Phillies 1st Rnd draft pick (2007) - LHP
  97. former major league second baseman; played for Dodgers, A's, Yankees & White Sox; 5X All-Star; 2X World Series champion; 1982 NL Rookie of the Year; brother of former MLB player, Dave Sax
  98. Baseball for White Sox, Mariners, A's
  99. MLB pitcher from 1943-54 for the A's and Cardinals. Holds A.L Record for youngest player in MLB. Best season was 1948 going 14-8 with 3.94 ERA. Came in second in league in saves with 11 in 1951. Tossed 6 shutouts in his career
  100. Writer for the Batman Comics in the 50's
  101. Left-handed-hitting middle infielder who played in 22 games for the Kansas City A's in 1955
  102. Rodney Scott  (2)
    Baseball (1975-1982 KCR, MON, OAK, NYY)
  103. Baseball Player
  104. Former Red Sox, Mets, A's, Rockies and Blue Jays infielder, currently with the Giants
  105. MLB pitcher 1962-77 for 6 teams. Only one to play for both Pilots & Mariners. ERA Title 1970. In 1969 went 12-6, 12 saves, 3.35 ERA, 1970 went 10-10, 2 saves, 2.56 ERA & 1973 had 7 wins, 17 saves, 2.78 ERA. 75 W.S. - 1 IP, 0 RS. Father of David Segui
  106. Hitting Coach for the Atlanta Braves, former hitting coach for the Toronto Blue Jays and Kansas City Royals. Former Kansas City Royals,Oakland A's,and Milwaukee Brewers 3rd baseman
  107. former MLB pitcher - Philadelphia Phillies ('88), Montreal Expos ('92), Colorado Rockies ('93), Cincinnati Reds (94, 96, 97), San Francisco Giants ('95), Kansas City Royals (97-99), Oakland A's (00), Arizona Diamondbacks ('03-04), Toronto Blue Jays ('03)
  108. Baseball (1977-1983 SEA, HOU, OAK, STL)
  109. Baseball player - RF/1B for the Reds, Mets, Cardinals & A's; once hit four homeruns in four consecutive at bats
  110. MLB pitcher from 1949-64 for 7 teams. 3x All-Star. MVP in 1952 with most wins & best W-L% in league, going 24-7, 2.48 ERA. 1957 ERA Title of 2.45, going 11-5, 5 saves. 8x Gold Gloves. 2 W.S. went 0-1, save, 4.15 ERA. Career 119-99, 48 saves, 3.38 ERA
  111. Right-handed pitcher who debuted for the Oakland A's in 1988
  112. MLB pitcher 1957-67 for 6 different teams / Threw Shutout in 1959 World Series for the White Sox (Vs. Dodgers). Best season was 1959 going 18-6 with 3 saves and 2.69 ERA
  113. former major league pitcher; played for Mets, Cardinals, Athletics & Expos
  114. Author of the book Beautiful: The Life of Hedy Lamarr, born 1951
  115. All-Star, former Brewers and A's pitcher; 2000 Olympic gold medal winner; career was sidelined by injuries, but Sheets is currently in the Braves organization
  116. John Shelby  (2)
    Baseball A - Kannapolis Intimidators 2007
  117. former major league pitcher; played for Yankees, Red Sox & Athletics; won 38 career games. Also pitched for the Tigers
  118. infielder(4)
  119. MLB pitcher from 1981-91 for Padres, A's. As a rookie in 1982 going 10-6, 3 saves, 2.64 ERA. Best seasons in 1984 with 15-9, 3.40 ERA and 1988 going 16-11 with 3.26 ERA
  120. Former major league pitcher; played for Rangers, A's, Cardinals, Red Sox, Indians & Padres; 2X All-Star; threw no-hitter on June 10th, 1966; Last AL pitcher to hit two homeruns in a single game; also drafted by St. Louis Hawks of the NBA
  121. former Texas Rangers & Oakland A's outfielder
  122. 50 washington senator baseball player
  123. Al Simmons  (2)
    Major League Baseball Player 1924-1944, Hall of Fame member, Philadelphia Athletics, Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers, Washington Senators, Boston Braves, Cincinnati Reds, Boston Red Sox. 2x batting champ, .334 lifetime average
  124. Baseball / Former Outfielder for Chicago White Sox & Oakland A's / Retired / Son of Former Major Leaguer Ken Singleton
  125. Baseball player, second baseman, 2010- , Detroit Tigers, Oakland Athletics, New York Yankees
  126. former major league third baseman/outfielder; played for Yankees, Tigers, Athletics & White Sox
  127. Hall of Fame baseball player
  128. Baseball / 1991-2001 / Pitcher / A's, Brewers, Astros & Braves / One of 9 University of New Orleans Alum to make it to Majors
  129. Pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays (1994), Florida Marlins (1995,2004), Oakland Athletics (1996-1998), Arizona Diamondbacks (1998), Atlanta Braves (2002) Chicago Cubs (2003), New York Yankees (2005-2006)
  130. MLB outfielder (1955-58 Detroit Tigers, Kansas City A's)
  131. WWII - VJ-Day 14 August 1945. In the famous scene of a sailor kissing a nurse, Mr. Smalley can be seen as a bystander
  132. hockey
  133. David Smith  (4)
    Baseball Player born 1981, drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 15th round of the 2002 MLB June Amateur Draft
  134. Greg Smith  (2)
    LSU standout. Former Rockies, A's, and Dbacks reliever. Now in Angels organization
  135. Jim Smith  (5)
    Former CIA Agent, Married to Barbara Hearn
  136. Forward Milwaukee Bucks, formerly Minnesota Timberwolves/ Traded to Cleveland Cavaliers
  137. WWII Fighter Ace (6 kills), 56th Fighter Group, 'Zemke's Wolfpack', flew the p-47
  138. Right-handed pitcher who debuted with the Oakland A's in 1983
  139. Major league manager in the late 1950s and 1960s (Phillies, Tigers, etc.). He died in 1977
  140. singer (tams)
  141. former Rockies OF, now with A's
  142. Seth Smith  (2)
    Football Player
  143. Baseball / Pitcher / Former Oakland A's Reliever of the Early 1990's
  144. Currently on the Washington Nationals/former Seattle Mariner's outfielder #32
  145. Baseball / Southpaw Pitcher / 1985 to 1989 / Oakland A's and Seattle Mariners
  146. MLB outfielder from 1959-70 for the A's, Orioles, White Sox, Indians, Brewers. Best season was in 1962 with 49 RBI's with .305 batting average. Played in 1966 World Series getting a hit, run scored, and a RBI
  147. Baseball / Second Baseman 2011 Oakland A's
  148. MLB pitcher from 1977-85 for Brewers, Cardinals, Indians, A - s, Cubs, Expos, Giants. All - Star 1978, going 18-12, save, 3.21 ERA. 15 wins in 1979 & 12 wins in 1983
  149. former MLB pitcher - san francisco giants (1972-74), atlanta braves (1975-76), los angeles dodgers (1976-77), oakland athletics (1978), montreal expos (1979-81), detroit tigers (1982), san diego padres (1983)
  150. baseball
  151. Former Tigers, Brewers, Dbacks pitcher. Known as a jokester, was also a knuckleballer
  152. MLB first baseman from 1968-82 for Angels, Rangers, White Sox, A's, Yankees. All - Star & two Gold Gloves. Best season in 1979 with 23 HR's & .288 BA. Scored 3 runs in 1978 World Series. Grandson of MLB outfielder Ben Spencer
  153. Former baseball player. He was a pitcher for the Kansas City A's in 1955 and 1956
  154. Former Member of the St. Louis Cardinals
  155. former MLB player - Toronto Blue Jays (1991-98), Oakland Athletics (1998), Pittsburgh Pirates (1999), San Diego Padres (2000), Boston Red Sox (2000), Seattle Mariners (2001)
  156. Baseball / 1968-76 / Pitcher for A's, Reds, Cardinals & Brewers
  157. Relief Pitcher for the New York Yankees (1992), California Angels (1993-1995), Philadelphia Phillies (1995-1996), Houston Astros (1997, 2004-2006), Arizona Diamondbacks (1998, 2000-2001), Atlanta Braves (1998-1999), St. Louis Cardinals (2003, 2007-2008)
  158. New York Yankee pitcher in the 60's
  159. former MLB player - toronto blue jays (1977), oakland athletics (1978)
  160. former major league outfielder; played for Mets, Reds, Padres & Athletics
  161. Retired baseball players, played for Nationals, Phillies, Expos, and many other teams. Record for most pinch hit home runs in history
  162. Fmr Baseball player - 1947 -1961
  163. Baseball player, 1947-1961. Pitcher for St Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, New York Yankees, Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers and Kansas City Athletics
  164. Baltimore Orioles manager
  165. retired baseball player for the yankees, padres, brewers, pilots and indians.
  166. MLB player - texas rangers (1986-1991), new york yankees (1992-95,1997), boston redsox (1996-98.2000), toronto bluejays (1998), oakland athletics (2000)
  167. Minor Leasgue pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals, Oakland Athletics, Kansas City Royals,Cleveland Indians, Pittsburgh Pirates & Montreal Expos
  168. MLB catcher, 1st baseman 1986-99 for A's, Twins. 3x All-Star. 1x MVP All-Star. Homered in first ML at-bat. Best season in 1996 with 79 RS, 25 doubles, triple, 35 HR, 100 RBI, .272 BA. Three World Series (1x Champ) had double, triple, HR, 7 RBI, .257 BA
  169. Baseball / 1952-64 / Red Sox, Orioles, A's & White Sox / Slick Fielding - Light Hitting Outfielder. Had two singles and a double in the same inning of a MLB game
  170. Dallas Policeman, at the Dallas Trademart when JFK shot. On the scene days later when Oswald was shot
  171. Former LSU outfielder. 2015 draft pick of the Nationals
  172. John Stewart  (4)
    Vietnam/Fall of Saigon/Drove bus through Saigon & pick up eligible to leave. Saw anger growing among those on the streets as people realized the end was near & U.S. was pulling out. A rocket hit near the bus & was shaken by shrapnel
  173. current major league Outfielder; played for Twins & A's; currently plays with Toronto Blue Jays
  174. baseball
  175. WW2 VF-14 Hellcat Fighter Ace - 8 Kills - US Navy
  176. Ron Stone  (2)
    MLB OF (KC A's, Philadelphia Phillies 1966-72)
  177. former major league pitcher; played for Diamondbacks, Blue Jays, A's, Rangers & Cardinals; 2X World Series champion; brother of Mel Stottlemyre Jr.; son of Mel Stottlemyre Sr
  178. Right-handed pitcher who was a late-round draft choice of the Athletics in 2009
  179. Former Texas Longhorns, A's, and Rockies closer; now with Padres
  180. John Stuart  (2)
    Lead singer of Australian Band - Dee Minor and the Dischords
  181. MLB pitcher from 1955-64 with 7 teams. Known for best won - loss percentage in league 1957. Best seasons was 1956 with 16-8 record, 5 saves and 3.30 ERA and 1957 going 16-6 with 2.54 ERA
  182. baseball player for Philadelphia A's
  183. Right-handed-hitting catcher who played in seven different seasons for the Red Sox and Athletics between 1955 and 1963. He passed away in 2003
  184. Baseball / Outfielder - DH / 1970's & Early 80's / A's, Cubs, Reds, Padres, Giants & Tigers
  185. former major league pitcher; played for Dodgers, Brewers, Astros, Angels & A's; won 324 games & struckout 3,574 batters; 4X All-Star; member of Baseball Hall of Fame 1998; current Atlanta Braves announcer
  186. Baseball / Former Outfielder - 1st Baseman / 1997-2004 / Royals, cardinals & A's
  187. minor league prospect
  188. former A's catcher, now with Nationals
  189. MLB shortstop, 3rd &1st baseman 1986-99 for Brewers, Phillies, White Sox, A's, Mariners, Pirates, Yankees. Cousin of John Olerud. Best season - 1987 with 86 RS, 27 doubles, 3 triples, 25 HR, & 95 RBI. Manager - Brewers in 2008 and the Cubs 2012-13
  190. Baseball / Member of The Royals Charities Board of Directors / also played for Seattle Mariners/ Kansas City Royals & Oakland A's / 5X All-Star / current free agent Father in-Law is Jim Nettles
  191. Mike Sweeney  (4)
    Pitching Coach Univ. Mass
  192. Chicago Cubs outfielder and Former Red Sox, White Sox and A's OF
  193. Screenwriter & Producer: The Greatest American hero, The A-Team, born June 18 1931
  194. American former professional baseball outfielder and first baseman in Major League Baseball. He was a switch hitter who threw left-handed, and played for the Oakland Athletics, Chicago White Sox, New York Yankees, Cleveland Indians and Atlanta Braves
  195. Baseball / First Baseman / 1976-1978 / Chicago Cubs & Oakland A's
  196. former mlb player
  197. former major league first baseman/catcher; played for Kansas City Athletics
  198. pitcher (29)
  199. Former Big League manager w/Pirates
  200. Former MLB rightfielder; played for Royals, Mariners, Yankees, Athletics, White Sox and Phillies
  201. former major league outfielder; played for A's & Boston Red Sox; Danny Tartabull's dad
  202. Baseball / 1994-2001 / Pitcher / A's, D-Rays & Pirates / One of the Top and Most Durable Relievers of the Mid-1990's
  203. Played football LA Rams1955
  204. Ian Taylor  (2)
    Male Model
  205. NFL - Pittsburgh Steelers 2006
  206. Joe Taylor  (3)
    Baltimore orioles outfielder 1958-59
  207. John Taylor  (8)
    Lord Taylor of Holbeach, British Politician born 1943
  208. Director of Photography
  209. Production Designer
  210. Philadelphia Phillies right fielder prospect,was 5th round pick in 2007 draft
  211. Minor league baseball
  212. Steven Taylor  (3)
    Singer/Musician
  213. 2002 AL MVP, 3B/SS Former Padres, Giants Astros, Orioles and Athletics; linked to steroids...current free agent
  214. Right-handed pitcher who debuted for the mets in 1993
  215. MLB relief pitcher 1979-85 (5 years) for Padres, Brewers, A's. Best in 1980 going 3-0, save, 1.61 ERA & 1983 with 9-4, 8 saves, 2.80 ERA & 1984 had 6-3, 4 saves, 2.78 ERA
  216. former major league first baseman/catcher; played for A's, Cardinals, Pirates & Padres; All-Star 1975; 6X World Series champion; 1972 World Series MVP; former coach
  217. former major league pitcher; played for Yankees, KC Athletics, Indians & Mets; 1962 World Series MVP; 2X All-Star; 2X World Series Champion; become professional golfer after baseball; had 1,000 career strikeouts
  218. former Major League second baseman/coach/minor league manager; played for Cubs, Dodgers, Giants, A's & Senators; coached Senators, Twins & Rangers; also managed 13 minor league teams; current Fort Worth Cats firstbase coach
  219. former Oakland A's,Baltimore Orioles,Detroit Tigers and Texas Rangers catcher/DH
  220. baseball player 1963 Kansas City A's
  221. MLB pitcher from 1932-41 for Senators, A's, Tigers. Went 7-0, save for the Tigers in 1939. Gave up Ted Williams' first home run in 1937. Also Bud hit a HR off the Yankees that same season
  222. Bud Thomas  (2)
    Shortstop - 1951 StL Browns
  223. Daniel Thomas  (3)
    Baseball player drafted by Oakland
  224. Edward Thomas  (4)
    World War 2 Vet was a Pfc and fought in Iwo Jima
  225. retired All-Star 1B/DH, played for White Sox, Blue Jays and A's. Now owns a record company, 500 career HR
  226. Frank Thomas  (2)
    Broadcast Personality, Technical Director of USGA (1973-2000)
  227. Actor
  228. Football Coach
  229. Bears kicker
  230. 1977 Houston Astros; 1978-1980 St. Louis Cardinals; 1983-1987 Seattle Mariners
  231. Baseball / 1972-80 / Outfielder - 1B / Giants, A's, Yankees & Dodgers
  232. Former baseball player 1954-1958 Tigers, KC A's and Brooklyn Dodgers
  233. minor league baseball
  234. New York Yankees prospect
  235. Author
  236. Rich Thompson  (2)
    Pitcher
  237. Rich Thompson  (3)
    former Angels reliever, now with A's organization
  238. Baseball player, 1914 Phil. Athletics
  239. Musician/Guitarist. Lead guitarist in the band Slipknot
  240. Baltimore orioles 1st baseman 1961-62
  241. Rusty Tillman  (2)
    Former NY Mets player
  242. MLB outfielder from 1939-45 for A's and Reds. All - American in college football. Best seasons were 1943 scoring 82 runs with .288 batting average and 1944 with a .291 batting average
  243. Baseball / 1974-79 / Played for Cubs, A's & Mariners / Rollie Fingers Once Called Him '...the best set-up man in baseball'
  244. former Twins & Orioles prospect now with Toronto Blue Jays,is now thier 2nd baseman
  245. Baseball Player
  246. Baseball - 1950's with the Cleveland Indians
  247. played for the Pirates, Red Sox, Mets in major league baseball
  248. Major league pitcher; played for Reds, Dodgers, Padres, Royals, Cardinals, Mariners & Giants; currently in AAA for the Reds; married former Playboy Playmate (Feb 98) Julia Schultz
  249. Pitcher for the Athletics in 1966
  250. Baseball player, KC Athletics, 1962
  251. MLB pitcher, 1975-1979
  252. MLB pitcher 1967-84 / Pitcher for 7 teams. 7x won over 14 games. Best in 1975 going 20-9 with 3.06 ERA. In 1977 World Series went 2-0 with 2.50 ERA. . Gave Up Legendary Homer to Bucky Dent in 1978 Red Sox - Yankees Division Playoff
  253. Minnesota twins 2nd baseman 60's & 70's
  254. 2nd Baseman, Cubs & Phillies, 1970s-80s
  255. Football Coach
  256. MLB pitcher from 1941-58 for 5 teams.One of only a few pitchers ever to pitch TWO- No hitters in a single season (1952). Also tossed 4 no-hitters in the minor leagues.. Won 20 games in a season & twice with 19 wins. 1945 World Series 1-0 with 3.38 ERA
  257. former major league pitcher; played for Tigers, Reds & KC Athletics
  258. Author
  259. Actor - Heartbeat, Holby City, Party Animals
  260. M.l.b
  261. James Vernon Tyrone; 1970s Former Cubs/A's OF; 1979-82 Seibu/Nankai (Japan)
  262. Baseball / Pitcher 1975-78 / Rangers and A's / Played College Baseball for the Sun Devils of Arizona State 1972-74
  263. former MLB pitcher - philadelphia phillies (1974-77), st. louis cardinals (1977), toronto blue jats (1978-79), new york yankees (1980-81), oakland athletics (1981-83), baltimor orioles (1984)
  264. baseball- 1957-1959
  265. Luis Valdez  (2)
    Baseball A+ - Lynchburg Hillcats 2007
  266. Baseball player with The White Sox
  267. MLB outfielder & P.H. from 1940-61 for 7 teams. Best full time was 1949 with 86 RS, 27 doubles,12 triples, 5 HR, 85 RBI and .283 BA. Best part time (283 at-bats) was 1955 with 50 RS, 17 doubles, 4 triples, 3 HR, 37 RBI and .364 BA. Major League scout
  268. former major league pitcher; played for Philadelphia/Kansas City Athletics
  269. Baseball / Pitcher 1991-2004 / Played for 6 Different Teams / First Round Pick in 1990
  270. Pitcher for Philadelphia A's in the 1940's
  271. Robert Vaughn  (2)
    Baseball Player
  272. Puerto Rican television clown, 'Payaso Remi'
  273. Baseball / Former infielder for the Padres, A's, Mets & Pirates/ currently hitting coach for the Williamsport Crosscutters
  274. former major league infielder; played for Yankees, Rangers, A's & Angels
  275. Baseball / Former major league Pitcher / Currently Playing in the Minor Leagues
  276. WWII veteran WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilot)Flew the AT-10, BT-13
  277. Screenwriter - Axefall, Space
  278. Baseball player 1956-1969, also known as Osvaldo Jose (Sr.) (Pichardo) Virgil
  279. Baseball player, pitcher, 1999-2009 Oakland Athletics, Milwaukee Brewers, Chicago White Sox, Arizona Diamondbacks, New York Yankees, Colorado ROckies, Cleveland Indians
  280. Expected to be DH, Stephen Vogt was drafted by the Rays in 2007
  281. Former major league outfielder; played for Orioles, A's, Rangers & Brewers; Buffalo Bisons hitting coach, 2010
  282. Former St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher
  283. pitcher (50)
  284. former major league outfielder; played for Cardinals, White Sox, Angels, A's and Brewers
  285. former major league shortstop; played for Rangers, Tigers & A's
  286. Mark Wagner  (2)
    Young catcher, plays for the Portland Sea Dogs in the Red Sox organization
  287. former Indians prospect, now in Padres organization. Pitcher
  288. As well as playing on the USA Olympic team, this right-handed pitcher was drafted in the 5th round by the Oakland A's in 2013
  289. Bench coach with the Kansas City Royals, former Blue Jays bench coach was the Manager of the Seattle Mariners, ex major league catcher
  290. Actor - Soul Searchers, Extra in Friday Night Lights (NBC)
  291. Scott Walker  (9)
    Actor: High Plains Drifter, Dirty Little Billy, Cahill U.S. Marshal, The Hindenburg, Orca, The Muppet Movie
  292. Currently on the San Deigo Padres/Formerly on the Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox
  293. Saboteur from U.S.S. Barb WW II
  294. Author - Final Bearing
  295. First base coach for the Oakland A's
  296. Former A's, Cardinals, Rangers and Astros OF, currently works for Baltimore
  297. retired A's, Cubs outfielder
  298. Blue Jays Pitching coach, Former MLB pitcher
  299. Cleveland Indians infielder in 1910's and 20's, turned unassisted triple play in 1920 World Series
  300. Bseball / 1948-59 / Former Outfielder - 1st Base - 3rd Base / Played for 5 Different Teams during His Career
  301. James Warren  (2)
    Tuskegee Airmen ww2
  302. Mike Warren  (2)
    Pitcher for the Oakland Athletics (1983-1985). On September 29, 1983, threw a no-hitter as a rookie against the Chicago White Sox
  303. Baseball player played from 1930 to 1940 for the Red Sox, Philadelphia A's, and Chicago Cubs played shortstop, 3rd and 2nd base
  304. Pitching Coach for Stockton and formerly pitching coach for Burlington (A)-- former pitcher; played for Oakland, Boston, Colorado, Baltimore, Toronto, Texas and Pittsburgh
  305. Former Major League outfielder, A's ,Braves,Yankees, Rangers, Angels, White Sox, Mets
  306. First Designated Pinch Runner in Major League Baseball History
  307. Baseball / Former Infielder During the 1980's / Twins, Orioles & Indians / Texas Rangers Manager
  308. MLB pitcher from 1967-72 for Red Sox, Cardinals, Expos, A's, Yankees. As a Rookie, He Started Game Six of the 1967 World Series for the Boston Red Sox, pitching 8 1/3 innings, allowing 4 hits, 2 runs. In 1967 season went 2-2 with 3.21 ERA
  309. Baseball Player
  310. Baseball / Outfielder / Drafted in 1999 By Montreal Expos / Played with the Oakland A's AAA team in 2005
  311. Matt Watson  (2)
    Hockey Player
  312. U.S. Ambassador to Panama (2002-05)
  313. Baseball Player
  314. Baltimore Orioles Infielder, Baseball player for University of Miami, brother of MLB player Rickie Weeks
  315. former Major League shortstop; played for Rockies, Braves, Athletics & Marlins; AL Rookie of the Year 1988
  316. Baseball Player - Washington Senators, Philadelphia Athletics
  317. Bob Welch  (3)
    Reporter/cameraman WBAP-TV/Covered attempted shooting Gen. Edwin Walker. November 22, at Love Field, Trade Mart & Parkland, captured only sound recording of announcement of President Kennedy's death. In 1964, he covered the Jack Ruby trial
  318. author/photographer
  319. Baseball player drafted by the Boston Red Sox
  320. Robert Welch  (2)
    Pro wrestler aka 'Robert Fuller,' brother of Ron 'Tennessee Stud' Fuller
  321. former major league pitcher; played for Dodgers & A's; 2X All-Star, 2X World Series champion; 1990 AL CY Young Award winner; also won a ring as pitching coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks (2001); won 211 games, had 1,969 strikeouts
  322. 50s baseball
  323. Baseball Player
  324. Pitcher for the Oakland Athletics (1995-1997), San Diego Padres (1998), Chicago Cubs (1998), Kansas City Royals (1999), Atlanta Braves (2000) and Pittsburgh Pirates (2001)
  325. MLB third base, shortstop, outfielder from 1930-42 for 5 teams. Led league in stolen bases in 1934, 35 & 37 and most runs scored in 1939. Best season 1934 - 129 runs scored, 41 doubles, 10 triples, 11 HR's with .321 average Last teammate of Babe Ruth
  326. Baseball Player
  327. WWII Pilot Ace- Flew the P-38 & P-40--[14 victories]- DSC
  328. 1950's Pitcher with Philadelphia A's
  329. former college/NFL tightend; played for Ohio State University & Buffalo Bills
  330. Baseball, MLB Draft Round 34 by Mets in 2012 Baseball, MLB Draft Round 2 by the Athletics in 2015
  331. Football Player - New York Dragons 2007
  332. Ted White  (2)
    Howard University QB who formerly played for the KC Chiefs before falling into NFL Europe
  333. 'The Alamo' 1960, Friday The 13th Part IV (Jason), stunt man who's doubled for Clark Gable, John Wayne, Lee Marvin, and Fess Parker, appeared in The X- Files, Major League, Starman, The Wild Life, Romancing The Stone, Man From UNCLE, Gone In Sixty Second
  334. MLB pitcher from 1960-69 for the A's, Tigers, Pirates, Royals. Best seasons in 1964 winning 19 games (3rd most in league) with 12 loses, one save, 3.44 ERA and in 1967 going 4-5 with 5 saves and 2.74 ERA
  335. Baseball--Played for the A's in the 40's.
  336. Director
  337. Retired career US foreign service officer, Author - The Third Try: can the UN work?
  338. Former catcher for the Oakland A's and Cleveland Indians in the 1980's
  339. Football Player
  340. Hall of Fame outfielder for the Chicago Cubs ('59-74') and Oakland A's ('75-'76)
  341. Tuskegee Airmen
  342. Don Williams  (3)
    Pitcher who debuted for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1958
  343. Tuskegee Airmen
  344. former major league catcher; played for Braves, Expos, A's & Orioles; NL Rookie of the Year 1971
  345. Baseball Player
  346. British ace from WW2
  347. Former Arizona State Sun Devils' running back of the 1970s
  348. Debuted for the Astros in 1963 (passed away in 2009)
  349. Baseball player. In Negro League 1944 with Clowns and then in the minor leagues with the Dodgers organization in the early 50's
  350. Football Player
  351. football player (50) (lb)
  352. Lee Williams  (4)
    Soccer Player
  353. Mark Williams  (10)
    Baseball Player
  354. MLB / H.O.F. (2008)/ outfielder, 1st & 3rd baseman from 1951-64 for 5 teams. Best season was 1959 72 RS, 16 HR's, 75 RBI's. !953 World series went 1-2 with walk. Manager from 1967-88. 1972 & 73 World Series Champs for A's. 1984 won NL pennant - Padres
  355. Actor - Beyond the Breal, Stateside, Corpses, Ma & Bob
  356. Actor in: 'The Final Countdown' (1980) as one of the 'USS Nimitz Crew' members
  357. Negro League Star, Newark Eagles 1937-40
  358. former Marlins, Nationals and A's infielder/catcher, now with Twins
  359. former major league pitcher; played for Kansas City A's
  360. ex footballer now Manager
  361. George Wilson  (3)
    D-Day Survivor
  362. Mary Wilson  (2)
    Poet, widow of ex Prime Minister Harold Wilson (UK) Born: 01/12/1916
  363. Actor in: 'The Final Countdown' (1980) as one of the 'USS Nimitz Crew' members
  364. Robert Wilson  (3)
    Decorated former US Army General, Cmdr usa installation management command, CEO Robert Wilson Consulting
  365. Tom Wilson  (2)
    Baseball / Current Hitting Coach for the Trenton Thunder / Played for the A's, Blue Jays, Dodgers & Mets 2001-04 / Started his Pro Career as a Minor League Pitcher before Moving to Catcher
  366. Tom Wilson  (4)
    Actor
  367. Former Trappist monk, Professional Speaker
  368. Former major league outfielder/DH; played for Royals, Cubs and Athletics; 2X All-Star; 1X World Series champion (Royals 1985); gold glove winner (1980); member of Royals Hall of Fame
  369. Baseball prospect
  370. baseball
  371. pitcher (45)
  372. former college/major league pitcher; played for University of Oklahoma, Rangers, A's, Indians, Cardinals, Diamondbacks, Marlins & Devil Rays; won World Series Championship with D-backs (2001)
  373. baseball
  374. Outfielder who debuted for the K.C. A's in 1962
  375. Former Marlins prospect, now in Rangers organization
  376. Baseball / 1960's Relief Pitcher / NY Yankees / Astros/ A's/ Pilots/ Played with many Yankee legends
  377. aaa baseball players mlb/pittsburgh pirates
  378. Mike Wood  (2)
    Baseball player/pitcher. Played briefly for Royals, A's and Rangers
  379. Female Voice Over Talent
  380. retired Baseball playter- Oakland A's
  381. retired baseball player for the A's,Blue Jays, Cubs, and Astros
  382. former major league pitcher; played for Giants, Cubs, Cardinals, Orioles, Phillies, Diamondbacks, Padres, Tigers, A's & Indians
  383. Baseball / Pitcher / 1978-80, 1983 / White Sox and A's / Played College Baseball at University of Texas Where he was an All-American
  384. Musician recorded with Hank Williams in 1949
  385. Writer
  386. Texas Ranger, drove Mayor's car in JFK's Dallas motorcade. Helped remove the President's body from the limo on arrival at Parkland Hospital. Later served 16 years as a county sheriff
  387. Actor
  388. former Cubs pitcher, now in Reds organization
  389. Former Baseball Player, Gave up Mickey Mantle's career HR #389
  390. Michael Ynoa  (2)
    Baseball Player Oakland
  391. Chris Young  (4)
    New York Mets Outfielder, former Arizona Diamondbacks Outfielder
  392. MLB pitcher from 1983-93 for A's, Royals, Yankees. Best seasons were 1986 with 13-9, 3.45 ERA & 1987 going 13-7, 4.08 ERA. Two World Series (1988 & 90) with 2 IP, no runs, Pitching coach for the Oakland A's,
  393. Current manager for the Kannapolis Intimidators, former Athletic, Indian and Padre
  394. MLB pitcher from 1983-93 for Mariners, Dodgers, A's, Red Sox, Indians. All - Star. As a rookie in 1983 won 11 games with 3.27 ERA. Best season was 1986 going 8-6, 13 saves, 3.82 ERA
  395. Matthew Young  (2)
    Baseball Player
  396. MLB outfielder 1949-59 for White Sox, A's, Tigers. 'Ozark Ike'.best seasons were 1951 leading the league in HR's 33 and RBI 129 with 92 RS, 30 doubles, 5 triples and in 1953 as an All-Star with 85 RS, 21 doubles, 3 triples, 42 HR's 108 RBI, .284 BA
  397. Current MLB pitcher for Arizona Diamondbacks
  398. Currently with the San Francsico Giants/Former Oakland Athletics Staring Pitcher