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  1. Former minor league baseball player. 1999 kansas city royals 25th round pick. pitched at ball state
  2. Baseball Player
  3. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Seattle Mariners Organization
  4. former major league infielder; played for Philadelphia Phillies; holds the record as the youngest person in major league history to appear at third base
  5. Baseball / Third base - First base / 1972-86 / Played for 5 Different Teams
  6. OF Yankees Top Prospect
  7. Baseball Player
  8. MLB Umpire
  9. Baseball player drafted by the philadelphia phillies in 2001
  10. Baseball Player
  11. Baseball Player
  12. Top Catching Prospect in the Philadelphia Phillies Organization
  13. Baseball Player - Corpus Christi Hooks
  14. Baseball Player
  15. Baseball Player
  16. Baseball Player
  17. Baseball Player
  18. Alex Cabrera  (2)
    Baseball Player
  19. Angel Cabrera  (2)
    Baseball Player
  20. Baseball MLB Starting Shortstop For the Cleveland Indians
  21. former Orioles and Nationals starter, now in Pirates organization
  22. Danny (Daniel R.) Cabrera is the 64th overall pick in the 2020 MLB draft by the Detroit Tigers. He was drafted out of LSU. Outfielder. In the Tigers top 25 prospects as of April 2021
  23. Texas Rangers Pitcher
  24. Pitcher
  25. San Diego Padres shortstop
  26. former Orioles and Indians reliever, now in Mets chain
  27. Baseball Player
  28. Former Atlanta Brave. Got hit that won 1992 NLCS.
  29. Baseball Player
  30. Top Pitching Prospect in the Tampa Bay Rays Organization
  31. Baseball A - Dayton Dragons 2007
  32. Ranked San Francisco Giants #12 prospect after the 2012 season
  33. Top Pitching Prospect in the Philadelphia Phillies Organization
  34. Baseball / Former Dodger Infielder - Outfielder / Now in the Cardinals Farm System
  35. pitcher (32)
  36. Right-handed pitching prospect signed by the Braves as a free agent in 2010
  37. Giants outfielder/DH,formerly with the New York Yankees, Atlanta Braves and Kansas City Royals
  38. Detroit Tigers starting 3rd baseman. Triple crown winner 2012
  39. Gold Glove Shortstop for the Cincinnati Reds; formerly with Twins, Expos, Red Sox, White Sox, A's & Angels
  40. Top Infield Prospect in the New York Yankees Organization
  41. Baseball Player
  42. Baseball Player
  43. Baseball A+ - St. Paul Saints
  44. infielder, top prospect for A's
  45. Baseball Player
  46. Retired baseball player, Astros
  47. Baseball Coach
  48. Switch-hitting middle-infielder who played in 55 games for the Royals in 1995 (signed in 1992 by the Brewers as a free agent)
  49. aaa baseball players mlb/anahelm angels
  50. Baseball Player
  51. Baseball player drafted by the houston astros in 1990
  52. Atlanta Braves - Bench Coach (2007)
  53. former major league pitcher; played for Yankees, A's, Blue Jays, Reds, Angels, Royals & Rangers; won World Series ring in 1988 as a member of the Oakland Athletics
  54. Baseball player drafted by the seattle marniers in 2000
  55. Baseball player drafted by the texas rangers in 1999
  56. Baseball Coach
  57. Head baseball coach at Southern University
  58. Baseball Coach
  59. Negro Leaguer '1950 Cleveland Buckeyes'
  60. Catcher on 1984 US Olympic baseball team
  61. Baseball Player
  62. Baseball player, 1970's, Cleveland Indians
  63. Baseball Player
  64. Former MLB player, spent most of his career in AAA
  65. Baseball Coach
  66. Baseball Player
  67. former A's starting pitcher/ace, now with Arizona
  68. Independent Baseball - River City Rascals 2007
  69. Baseball player drafted by the milwaukee brewers in 1997
  70. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Atlanta Braves Organization
  71. Baseball Player
  72. Pitcher for the White Soxs, Tigers & Browns. Remembered for the base on balls on 4 pitches he issued to pinch - hitting midget of the St. Louis Browns Eddie Gaedel, 3' 7' in height. Cain & Bob Feller tossed one hitter against each other, Cain won 1-0
  73. Baseball Player
  74. Jack Cain  (2)
    Commissioner of the Mavericks League
  75. baseball
  76. Brewers of prospect
  77. Giants Ace, 2009 All-Star
  78. Baseball Player
  79. Baseball Player
  80. Ex-cleveland indians pitcher
  81. Baseball Player currently in the Garden City Wind Organization
  82. Baseball Player
  83. Baseball player drafted by the cincinnati reds in 2002
  84. Third Baseman, Shortstop and Second Baseman 5-10, 170lb Team: Cleveland Indians Born: June 11, 2001 in Bakersfield, CA Draft: Drafted by the Cleveland Indians 4th round, 2019 MLB June High School: Calvary Christian HS (Clearwater, FL)
  85. Former Devil Ray, Yankees and Cardinals utility man. Currently with Cincinnati
  86. Baseball Team
  87. Minor League outfield prospect for the Angels
  88. American Former Female Baseball Player - 'All American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). 'Rockford Peaches' (1947)
  89. Baseball Player - Schaumburg Flyers
  90. Baseball player drafted by the san francisco giants in 1991
  91. Baseball Player
  92. Baseball Player
  93. Baseball Player
  94. Baseball Player
  95. Former MLB Outfielder
  96. Baseball Player
  97. Dominican-born outfield prospect who was signed as a free agent by the Yankees in 2008
  98. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Seattle Mariners Organization
  99. Baseball Player
  100. Baseball Player
  101. Baseball / Catcher 1950-54 / New York Giants and Milwaukee Braves
  102. Baseball Player
  103. Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 15th round of the 2012 MLB June Amateur Draft
  104. former major league pitcher; played for Brewers, Reds, Padres and Giants; named Sporting News Comeback POY 1978
  105. Baseball Player
  106. Negro Leaguer
  107. Baseball Player
  108. Baseball Player
  109. Baseball / Relief Pitcher / Currently with the Oakland A's / Full Name: Enrique Nomar Calero
  110. Baseball Player
  111. Manager of the New Jersey Jackals
  112. Baseball Player
  113. Team in Independent Golden baseball league
  114. Baseball Player
  115. Retired NE Patriot RB
  116. Baseball / Former Major League Pitcher 1980's / Astros & Phillies
  117. Baseball Player
  118. Player debut in 2017 - texas rangers
  119. American Male Former Baseball Player - Relief Pitcher - 'St. Louis Cardinals' (2004-2005), 'Minnesota Twins' (2007)
  120. Left-handed-hitting outfield prospect drafted by the Indians in the 11th round in 2016
  121. Baseball A - Augusta Greenjackets 2007
  122. MLB Baseball Team
  123. Independent Minor League Baseball Team
  124. Baseball player, Philadelphia Athletics 1941-42
  125. Baseball AA - Binghamton Mets 2006
  126. Minor League Baseball Player. Played in the Cardinal Organization.
  127. Baseball/ex minor league prospect for the Cincinnati Reds
  128. Dominican-born shortstop prospect signed as a free agent in 2010 by the Royals
  129. 3rd Round draft Pick Chicago White Sox 2016, Outfield
  130. Former minor league pitcher. A's 15th round #369, 1979. '79-'83 'A' '79-'80, '83 (hurt '81-'82)
  131. Canadian Former Female Baseball Player - Centre field - American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). 'Minneapolis Millerettes' (1944), 'Fort Wayne Daisies' (1945-1946, 1948), 'Kenosha Comets' (1949)
  132. Canadian Former Female Baseball Player -Infielder. All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL) 'Minneapolis Millerettes'(1944), 'Fort Wayne Daisies'(1945-48),'South Bend Blue Sox'(1949),'Peoria Redwings'(1950-51),'Battle Creek Belles'(1951)
  133. 6-7 right-handed pitcher who appeared in four games for the A's in 1983. He passed away in 2007
  134. 2nd round draft pick of the Red Sox in 2012 (right-handed pitcher)
  135. Baseball Player
  136. Baseball Player
  137. Current Angels infielder; formerly with the Royals
  138. aaa baseball players mlb/tampa bay devil rays
  139. Baseball Player
  140. Baseball Player
  141. 2B Reds Top Prospect, 2019 3rd Rd Pick
  142. Fromer Philadlephia Phillies & Chicago White Sox player in the 1960s
  143. Baseball player drafted by the seattle mariners in 1988
  144. Canadian Female Former Baseball Player - Left Fielder - All - American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL) Most Home Runs In The League = 55. 'Peoria Redwings' (1947), 'Chicago Colleens' (1948), 'Rockford Peaches' (1948-1954)
  145. Phillies OF
  146. 60's Baseball Pitcher (Cubs and Dodgers)
  147. Baseball player drafted by the montreal expos in 1991
  148. Co-owner of the Northwoods League baseball team, Kenosha Kingfish
  149. Former minor league baseball player. 1952 miami sunsox. minorleaguebaseball.com's 100 greatest teams. team #40
  150. Baseball Player
  151. Baseball player drafted by the new york yankees in 1985
  152. Retired baseball player played for the twins (1984)
  153. Baseball Player
  154. Baseball player
  155. Head baseball coach at South Alabama
  156. Oakland A's prospect
  157. Baseball A - Charleston River Dogs 2007
  158. infielder on the 2004 greenville braves.
  159. Baseball AA - Akron Aeros 2006
  160. Baseball Player
  161. Baseball AA - Binghamton Mets 2006
  162. Baseball / 1980-90 / A's, Pirates, Indians , Astros, Giants, Cardinals / Set Indians' Record of 23 Saves in 1984
  163. Washington Senators and Texas Rangers Coach
  164. Baseball Player - Sioux City Explorers
  165. Baseball Player - Charlotte County 2007
  166. USA Baseball Team Player
  167. Baseball A+ - Myrtle Beach Pelicans 2007
  168. Mexican-born right-handed pitcher who was signed by the Mets as a free agent in 2007
  169. Baseball Player - Grand Prairie Air Hogs
  170. Minor League Baseball Player
  171. Baseball Player
  172. Baseball Player
  173. 1970's Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher
  174. Minor League Baseball Team
  175. Baseball player drafted by the chicago cubs in 2000
  176. Top Outfield Prospect in the Detroit Tigers Organization
  177. Baseball Player - Fort Worth Cats
  178. former major league pitcher; played for Padres and A's
  179. Baseball / Former outfielder for the Brewers, Padres, Reds, Mariners, White Sox, Mets, Red Sox and Marlins. Now with Nationals
  180. Right-handed pitcher who was an 11th-round draft pick of the Rockies in 1998
  181. Former baseball player 6'-5' outfield prospect drafted by the Mets in 1987. He never played in a major league game
  182. Baseball Coach
  183. Drafted by the Atlanta Braves 1st round 1997
  184. MLB 1st baseman from 1933-45 for Dodgers, Phillies, Cubs, Red Sox. 2x All - Star. MVP in 1941 led league in HR's (34) and RBI's (120) while getting 92 RS, 19 doubles, 5 triples, .285 BA. Leader in walks 2x. Hit .339 in 1937. Had over 100 Rs 4x
  185. Baseball
  186. Minor league coach
  187. Retired baseball player drafted by boston red sox in 1984
  188. Utility infielder for the Cleveland Indians for four seasons (1969-1972)
  189. Baseball Player
  190. Baseball Player
  191. baseball player
  192. Right-handed pitcher who was 13th round draft pick of the Mets in 1997; he debuted for them in 2000
  193. Former Athletic trainer with the SWB Red Barons
  194. Baseball Player
  195. Baseball player drafted by the new yor mets in 1993
  196. Baseball Player - Sioux City Explorers
  197. Chicago Cubs Prospect
  198. Baseball (1976-1985 ATL)
  199. Former Rays, Blue Jays and Royals reliever, now in Cubs organization
  200. Baseball Player
  201. Baseball Player
  202. retired major league baseball player
  203. former major league shortstop; played for A's, Rangers, Angels & Yankees; 6X All-Star; 3X World Series champion Elected to the Cuban Baseball HOF in 1997; finished career with 2,249 hits and 649 stolen bases
  204. former major league catcher; played for Pirates, Royals & Dodgers
  205. Son of former major leaguer Jim campanis.He played for team USA and was in Seattle's farm system in the early 90's
  206. Baseball Player
  207. Baseball/Washington Nationals prospect
  208. Baseball Player - Lincoln Saltdogs
  209. MLB outfielder from 1930-42 for White Sox, Browns, Indians, Tigers, Senators. Best season in 1933 with 87 RS, 38 doubles, 8 triples, 16 HR's, 106 RBI's, .277 BA / In 1940 World Series got 9 hits (double, HR) with 5 RBI's and .360 BA
  210. Position: Catcher Bats: Right ? Throws: Right 5-9, 180lb (175cm, 81kg) Born: July 1, 1967 (Age: 51-106d) in Cleveland, OH us Full Name: Darrin Robert Campbell
  211. Dave Campbell  (2)
    David Allen Campbell, born Sept. 3, 1951, pitched for Braves in 1977 and 1978
  212. Baseball player from 1967 to 1974 with the Tigers, Padres, Cardinals and Astros. Not to be confused with the Braves pitcher Dave Campbell
  213. Baseball player
  214. OF Braves Prospect, 2019 23rd Rd pick
  215. Baseball Player
  216. minor league player
  217. Eric Campbell  (2)
    Mets Draft Pick
  218. American Female Former Baseball Player - Pitcher - All - American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). 'Fort Wayne Daisies' (1946)
  219. Baseball Player
  220. American Former Female Baseball Chaperone - 'Muskegon Lassies' (1947 - 1949). All American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL)
  221. Baseball Player
  222. (aagpbl) all-american girls professional baseball league player 1951 South Bend Blue Sox
  223. American Former Female Baseball Player - Catcher. 'Fort Wayne Daisies' (1946). All - American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL)
  224. Jim Campbell  (2)
    Pitcher who debuted with the Kansas City Royals in 1990
  225. Jim Campbell  (3)
    MLB catcher (1962-62 Houston Colt .45s)
  226. Jim Campbell  (8)
    Born Jan. 10, 1943, this Jim Campbell appeared in 13 games for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1970
  227. Baseball Player - Schaumburg Flyers
  228. Baseball Oklahoma State
  229. Baseball Player
  230. Baseball player drafted by the toronto blue jays in 1991
  231. Former Major League Pitcher
  232. Baseball Player currently in the Great Bend Boom Organization
  233. Baseball Player
  234. Matt Campbell  (2)
    Promising KC Royals Prospect
  235. Baseball A - Fort Wayne Wizards 2007, born 1983
  236. former major league/NPB pitcher; played for Mariners, Cubs, Rangers, Padres and Yokohama DeNA BayStars
  237. Paul Campbell  (2)
    Baseball Player
  238. Former baseball player for the Red Sox and Tigers in the 1940's and the 1950's
  239. Baseball Player
  240. Baseball AA - Harrisburg Senators 2006
  241. Ron Campbell  (2)
    Second-baseman who played for the Cubs in 1964 through 1966
  242. American Female Former Baseball Player - All - American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL) 1949
  243. Baseball Player
  244. Baseball Player
  245. Baseball Player
  246. MLB pitcher 1973-87 for 7 teams. All-Star 1977. 2x Rolaids top reliever (1976, 1977). In 1974 went 8-7, 19 saves, 2.62 ERA & 1976 had best w-l % of 17-5 along with 20 saves, 3.01 ERA & 1977 went 13-7, most saves 31, 2.96 ERA. 1985 W.S. - 4 IP, one run
  247. Fmr. ML Pitcher- Appeared in 3 games for the Cleveland Indians in 1977
  248. Baseball Player
  249. former Atlanta starter and reliever, currently in the Kansas City organization
  250. former Major League pitcher; played for Twins and Cardinals
  251. Baseball Player
  252. Umpired his first major league game in 2007 and worked there every year until 2012, always as a replacement for regular umpires. After not being in the majors in 2013, he returned for 36 games in 2014
  253. Former MLB player 1951-1953
  254. Baseball Player
  255. Baseball Player
  256. Baseball Player
  257. Baseball Player
  258. Baseball prospect for Detroit Tigers
  259. Baseball Player
  260. Top Pitching Prospect in the New York Mets Organization
  261. Top Pitching Prospect in the New York Mets Organization
  262. Chicago Cubs Pitching Prospect
  263. MLB - Detroit Tigers 2007
  264. Positions: First Baseman and Catcher Bats: Right ? Throws: Right 6-0, 220lb (183cm, 99kg) Born: July 17, 1969 (Age: 49-090d) Full Name: Genaro Campusano
  265. Baseball Player
  266. Florida Marlins Prospect
  267. C Padres Top Prospect, Top 100 MLB Prospect
  268. Former Major League Outfielder
  269. Baseball Player
  270. Baseball Player
  271. Baseball Player
  272. Baseball Player
  273. Former Major League Infielder
  274. Baseball Player
  275. Lowell Spinners mascot
  276. Drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 8th round of the 1984 MLB January Draft-Regular Phase from Triton College (River Grove, IL) and the Chicago Cubs in the 13th round of the 1985 MLB June Amateur Draft from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaig
  277. Outfielder
  278. Position: Outfielder Bats: Right ? Throws: Right 6-0, 170lb (183cm, 77kg) Born: December 11, 1971 (Age: 46-308d) in Bobures, Venezuela ve High School: Maracaibo (Maracaibo, Venezuela) Debut: April 16, 1993 (Age 21-126d, 13,884th in MLB hist
  279. 2nd baseman
  280. MLB player
  281. Former Expos, Indians and Astros 2nd baseman and outfielder
  282. former major league pitcher; played for Pirates, Mets, Expos, Angels, Yankees, Twins, Dodgers & Blue Jays; 1X All-Star; member of Pirates 1970 World Series championship team
  283. Switch-hitting third-base prospect signed as a free agent by the Cubs in 2010 (born November 1993). He was born in New York but moved to the Dominican Republic as a teen
  284. MLB pitcher from 1943-51 for the Senators and Phillies. Best season was 1943 going 11-7 with one save and 2.49 ERA
  285. Former Major League Pitcher, TV Analyst
  286. 1957 Indianapolis Clowns
  287. 2012 NC State Men's Baseball catcher
  288. Baseball Player
  289. Baseball Player
  290. Baseball Player
  291. Top Pitching Prospect in the New York Mets Organization
  292. Baseball A - Peoria Chiefs 2007
  293. Baseball / Former Outfielder for Chicago White Sox & Pittsburgh Pirates / Played During the 1980's
  294. Drafted by the Florida Marlins in the 7th round of the 2010 MLB June Amateur Draft
  295. Catcher
  296. Baseball AAA - Richmond Braves 2007
  297. Baseball / Former Second Baseman for San Francisco Giants (1996, 1999) & Minnesota Twins (2000)
  298. Baseball player drafted by the pittsburgh pirates in 1992
  299. Baseball Player
  300. Baseball Player
  301. Yankees prospect - 2007 Rookie
  302. MLB catcherr Padres, Cardinals, Cubs, Dodgers, Pirates, Mets.First Padre to play in All - Star (1969). Best season was 1970 with 27 RS, 13 doubles, 3 triples, 5 HR's, 48 RBI's, .279 BA
  303. Red Sox Top Prospect Baseball
  304. Baseball Player
  305. Toronto Blue Jays 1st baseman prospect,given first name is Rhame
  306. Baseball Coach, retired Blue Jay player
  307. John Cannon  (4)
    Baseball Player
  308. Baseball Player
  309. Former Major League Pitcher
  310. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Seattle Mariners Organization
  311. Seattle Mariners second baseman, formally of the New York Yankees
  312. Retired Baseball Player Who Played for Multpile Teams/Author of two tell all steroid books in Baseball
  313. Former MLB player - Oakland Athletics (1990), St. Louis Cardinals (1992-93), manager of Edindurg Roadrunners; twin brother of former Major League Baseball player José Canseco
  314. Baseball
  315. Baseball Player currently in the Topeka Train Robbers Organization
  316. Baseball Player currently in the Santa Fe Fuego Organization
  317. Baseball player drafted by the milwaukee brewers in 1992
  318. Right-handed pitcher who was drafted by the Royals in the 7th round in 2010
  319. Baseball - Brewers
  320. Baseball Player
  321. Baseball, infielder with Tampa, Cincinnati and Florida, now with Angels chain
  322. American Male Baseball Player - Catcher And First Baseman. 'El Paso Chihuahuas' (2019- ), 'AZL Padres 2' (2019), 'Lake Elsinore Storm' (2019), 'San Diego Padres' (2020), 'Fort Wayne TinCaps' (2020)
  323. Baseball Player
  324. Baseball Player
  325. Baseball Player
  326. Rays prospect, former Cubs prospect
  327. Baseball Player
  328. minor league baseball team: major league affiliate - Montreal Expos
  329. Baseball player drafted by the san diego padres in 1996
  330. Top Outfield Prospect in the St. Louis Cardinals Organization
  331. former Cubs, Brewers and Astros middle reliever
  332. Positions: Second Baseman, Third Baseman and Shortstop Bats: Right ? Throws: Right 5-11, 165lb (180cm, 74kg) Born: May 2, 1968 (Age: 50-166d) in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic do Full Name: Carlos Robert Capellan
  333. former brewers pitcher currently with the detroit tigers
  334. Baseball Player
  335. Former pitcher for the cubs, cardinals
  336. Baseball player drafted by the boston red sox in 1997
  337. Baseball Player
  338. Baseball / Former Cardinals #1 Draft Pick in 1999
  339. Retired baseball player drafted by the boston red sox in 1982
  340. Baseball Player
  341. Baseball Player
  342. In the Chain for the Cleveland Indians, Former Minnesota Twin, Pittsburgh Pirate and Washington National
  343. retired pitcher for Tigers, Astros
  344. Baseball Player
  345. MLB pitcher from 1971-77 for Mets, Braves. All - Star. Lowest ERA (2.28) in 1974 going 16-8 with a save. Braves' Legend and still a fan favorite!
  346. Nick Capra  (2)
    Baseball Player/coach
  347. former Brewers and Mets starting pitcher, injuries have slowed his career, currently with Dodgers
  348. Baseball AA - Corpus Christi Hooks 2007
  349. Drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the 12th round of the 1989 MLB June Amateur Draft from Luis Munoz Marin HS (Yauco, PR)
  350. Baseball player for richond braves
  351. Baseball Player
  352. Baseball - Blue Jays
  353. Left-handed pitching prospect who was drafted by the Dodgers in 1998
  354. Baseball player drafted by the chicago white sox in 1997
  355. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Kansas City Royals Organization
  356. Umpired his first major league game in 2010, while serving as a fill-in umpire from AAA. He continued as a full-time fill-in in 2011 and 2012, and was named a full-time member of the major league umpiring staff in 2013
  357. Baseball Player
  358. Chicago Cubs catcher, Drafted in the 2nd round (65th overall) by the Atlanta Braves in 2013
  359. Baseball player drafted by the philadelphia phillies in 2000
  360. atlanta braves announcer, skip caray son.
  361. Chicago Cubs Hall of Fame Announcer
  362. sports announcer
  363. MLB outfielder, D.H. from 1969-80 for Reds, Red Sox, Cardinals, Brewers, Pirates, Indians. 2nd place for R.O.Y. in 1970 with 54 RS, 19 doubles, 3 triples, 21 HR, 63 RBI & .310 BA. In 1975 World Series he had a double & two HR with a .429 BA
  364. Baseball Player
  365. Baseball Player
  366. Baseball Player
  367. Baseball Coach
  368. Baseball Player
  369. MLB outfielder from 1963-80 for Cardinals, Angels, Giants, Brewers, Cubs, Mets, Royals, Phillies, Indians. Best in 1972 with 96 RS, 17 HR, 70 RBI, .291 BA, 25 SB./ Career SB 329. 1st base coach for Yankees, Reds, Rays, Cardinals; 3X World Series champion
  370. SS - Phillies draft pick (2006)
  371. Baseball Player
  372. Baseball Player
  373. Prospect in the Toronto Blue Jays Organzation
  374. Head baseball coach at SFA
  375. Former major league shortstop; played for Twins, Angels, Rangers, Reds & Indians; 1X Gold Glove winner; 5X All-Star
  376. Went to Cal State Fullerton, Drafted by the Cleveland Indians and Traded to the the Tampa Bay Rays in 2019
  377. Baseball Player
  378. Head Baseball Coach Univ. of South Florida
  379. Retired baseball player played for the houston colts 45's debut in 1963
  380. His actual name being Conrad Seth, Randy Cardinal, a right-handed pitcher, made his debut with the Colt 45s in 1963 as a 21-year-old. He only appeared in 6 games in his career, all of them in that single season
  381. Venezuela Male Baseball Player - Pitcher. 'Toronto Blue Jays' (2011-2013), 'Lansing Lugnuts' (2014), 'Dunedin Blue Jays' (2016-2017), 'Tiburones de La Guaira' (2017-2019)
  382. Baseball Player
  383. aaa baseball players mlb/detroit tigers
  384. Baseball Player - AA-Frisco Roughriders
  385. Baseball Player
  386. Baseball player drafted by the st louis cardinals in 1995
  387. Baseball Player
  388. Pitching prospect for the Toronto Blue Jays in the early 2000s
  389. MLB pitcher from 1957-70 for Phillies, Cubs, Pirates, Mets, Braves. Threw no - hitter in 1960. Best season was 1965 going 13-10 with 3.18 ERA
  390. Baseball Player
  391. MLB H.O.F. 1st & 2nd baseman from 1967-85 for Twins, Angels. MVP, 18x All - Star, Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year, 7x Bat Titles. Best season was 1977, led league with .388 BA and 16 triples. Career batting average of .328
  392. former major league third baseman; played for Yankees, White Sox, A's & Dodgers; 2X World Series champion
  393. Baseball Manager
  394. Drafted in the 7th round (214th overall) by the Washington Nationals in 2014
  395. Drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 8th round of the 1989 MLB June Amateur Draft from Stanford University (Palo Alto, CA)
  396. MLB famous Cubs announcer with trademark saying of 'Holy Cow'
  397. Mary Carey  (2)
    AAGPBL 1946-54
  398. Baseball player, 1910-1929, Pittsburgh Pirates, Brooklyn Dodgers. Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame. 738 career stolen bases
  399. Head baseball coach at Iona
  400. Former Detroit Tigers broadcaster, alongside Ernie Harwell
  401. Paul Carey  (2)
    Baseball-1B:Played 9 games for Baltimore Orioles in 1993. Coached and managed in the minors in Texas organization
  402. Co-Owner of the minor league baseball team, Lake County Captains
  403. Drafted by the Florida Marlins in the 22nd round of the 2011 MLB June Amateur Draft
  404. Drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2010 and the Chicago Cubs in 2012
  405. Baseball Player pitcher for the Chicago Cubs
  406. Oakland Athletics closer prospect,was drafted in the 5th round of the 2007 draft
  407. Baseball Player
  408. Baseball Player
  409. Baseball Player
  410. Baseball Player
  411. Baseball drafted by the boston red sox in 1976
  412. Drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 10th round of the 2013 MLB June Amateur Draft
  413. Independent Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Texas AirHogs Organization
  414. Sports anchor for WFAN in NYC and the Imus in the Morning Show
  415. 1941 Phillies
  416. Baseball AAA - Portland Beavers 2007
  417. Mike Carlin  (2)
    Baseball AA - Huntsville Stars
  418. MLB - Former pitcher with White Sox and Senators (1967-70)
  419. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the San Diego Padres Organization
  420. Baseball Player
  421. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Atlanta Braves Organization
  422. Baseball player drafted by the cincinnati reds in 1992
  423. Right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball for the Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates
  424. Baseball Player
  425. Position: Relief Pitcher Bats: Right ? Throws: Right 6-4, 200lb (193cm, 90kg) Born: November 2, 1968 (Age: 49-347d) Full Name: Robert J. Carlson
  426. Baseball Player
  427. Former Major League Pitcher/Now A Coach For Arizona Diamondbacks Minor Leagues
  428. Dylan Carlson  (2)
    Baseball Player
  429. Former minor league pitcher. Giants f/a '56. 1956 Michigan City Whitecaps of the Midwest league. Michigan City Native. 1/1 in 3 pro games
  430. former Blue Jays reliever, now with Boston
  431. Baseball Player
  432. MLB Umpire
  433. AAGPBL player
  434. Drafted by the mariners rd2 2017 55th overall
  435. Baseball Player
  436. Baseball player drafted by the toronto blue jays in 1989
  437. Drew Carlton  (2)
    Top Pitching Prospect in the Detroit Tigers Organization
  438. former major league pitcher; played for Cardinals, Phillies, Giants, White Sox, Twins & Indians; 10X All-Star; 2X World Series Champion; 4X NL Cy Young winner; member of National Baseball Hall of Fame (1994); won 329 games; 4,136 strikeouts
  439. Former Braves, Dodgers, and Padres reliever, played in Japan, now back with Braves
  440. 1993 Prospect for the Fayetteville Generals
  441. Drafted #112 by the Detroit Tigers in the 1992 MLB Draft
  442. Baseball Player
  443. Baseball Player
  444. Former major league middle relief pitcher; played for Phillies, Reds & Rangers
  445. Baseball player - 1960's.
  446. Baseball Player
  447. Baseball Player
  448. Positions: Shortstop, Third Baseman and Second Baseman Bats: Both ? Throws: Right 6-0, 150lb (183cm, 68kg) Born: May 9, 1968 (Age: 50-159d) in Bani, Dominican Republic do Full Name: Gregorio Carmona
  449. Baseball Player
  450. Baseball Player
  451. Right-handed hitting shortstop prospect drafted by the Phillies in the 11th round in 2012
  452. Baseball Player
  453. Baseball Radio Broadcaster for Minnesota Twins 1961-Present / Baseball HOF in 1996
  454. Baseball player drafted by the minnesota twins in 1997
  455. Baseball Chicago White Sox (1944)
  456. Baseball Player
  457. Baseball Player
  458. Baseball player drafted by the toronto blue jays in 2005
  459. Baseball player drafted by the new york yankess in 2007
  460. Former baseball player
  461. Chicago Cubs prospect
  462. AA Minor League Baseball Team
  463. Baseball Player
  464. NESN Broadcaster
  465. Head baseball coach at Wagner
  466. Baseball player drafted by the chicago white sox in 1993
  467. Baseball Player
  468. Baseball Player
  469. Mets prospect, Mets organization 2006 minor league player of the year/ currently with the Mariners
  470. Baseball Player
  471. Former Phillies pitcher, now with Mets organization
  472. Bob Carpenter  (2)
    MLB pitcher from 1940-47 for the Giants and Cubs. Best seasons:1941 going 11-6, two saves, and 3.83 ERA. 1942 going 11-10 with 3.15 ERA
  473. Bob Carpenter  (3)
    Former Announcer for the St. Louis baseball Cardinals/Washington Nationals, born 1953
  474. aaa baseball players mlb/colorado rockies
  475. Former baseball player
  476. Pitcher For The Cardinals, 2005 Cy Young Winner
  477. Cubs Minor League Pitcher
  478. Baseball Player
  479. MLB pitcher from 1988-96 for Cardinals, Marlins, Rangers, Brewers. Best seasons were 1991 going 10-4 with 4.23 ERA and 1992 went 5-4, 4 saves, 2.97 ERA
  480. Dan Carpenter  (2)
    Baseball player pitcher was with the Cardinals now with the Astros
  481. Two right-handed pitchers played in the major leagues under the name David Carpenter from around 2011 through 2016. This 'David' is actually Darrell David, born July 15, 1985. He debuted with the Astros in 2011
  482. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim Organization. Born September 1, 1987
  483. Baseball Player born 1985
  484. Right-handed pitcher who debuted with the Angels in 2012 (there is also a right-handed David Carpenter who debuted in 2011). David Lee Carpenter was drafted in the 9th round of the 2009 draft by the Angels
  485. Retired baseball player played for the philadelphia phillies debut 2008
  486. Baseball player drafted by the houston astros in 1981
  487. Left-handed hitting third-base prospect who was a 13th-round draft pick of the Cardinals in 2009
  488. Baseball Player
  489. Baseball Player
  490. Baseball Player
  491. Baseball player drafted by the los angeles dodgers in 1995
  492. Former baseball player. He played for the 1965 Pittsburgh Pirates and the 1966 Houston Astros.
  493. President of the Los Angeles Angels
  494. SS with the N.Y. Mets
  495. Baseballl player drafted by the arizona diamondbacks in 2003
  496. Washington Nationals Minor League Pitcher
  497. Baseball Player, Marlins, Astros, Brewers, Mets Outfielder in the 90's
  498. aaa baseball players mlb/tampa bay devil rays
  499. 1950's batboy for NY Yankees
  500. Retired baseball player played for the dodgers (1988)