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  1. AAGPBL 1945-49
  2. AAGPBL - 2nd base for the Kenosha Comets from 1945-1948
  3. Baseball Player
  4. Dominican-born outfield prospect who was signed as a free agent by the Giants in 2014 (born 3/6/1998)
  5. Baseball Player
  6. Baseball Player
  7. Baseball / Former Major League Catcher / 1990's and Early 2000's / Angels, D-Backs, Mets, Marlins, Braves, & Royals
  8. Former minor league catcher. brewers f/a 1989. ferris state university
  9. former major league pitcher; played for Pirates, Expos & Tigers; 3X All-Star; recorded 17 straight wins in 1959; member of Pirates 1960 World Series Championship team
  10. Baseball Player
  11. RHP. Played college at University of Florida. Drafted by the Detroit Tigers in 2017
  12. Drafted in the 1st round (18th overall) by the Detroit Tigers in 2017
  13. Former Minnesota Twins short stop (1980-84). Twins 1st round pick in 1978 16th overall
  14. Baseball Player
  15. Michael Fagan  (3)
    Baseball Player
  16. Baseball Player
  17. Baseball aaa syracuse skychiefs blue jays minor league
  18. Baseball Player
  19. Former minor league pitcher. Phillies 39th round pick #995 1987. '87-'88 'A'
  20. MLB catcher 1971-83 for Rangers, Tigers, Padres. Best in 1979 (209 at - bats) with 8 doubles, triple, 3 HR, .287 BA. Father of Orioles' Brandon Fahey
  21. Baseball player; Infielder; Baltimore Orioles
  22. Baseball Player
  23. Played on the 1951 Cleveland Indians. nicknamed 'Red'
  24. minor league baseball player
  25. Notre dame product. minor league baseball all star 3rd baseman, and xfl quarterback
  26. MLB first baseman from 1947-55 for the A's, White Sox, Tigers, Indians. Known as 'Burrhead' or 'Cocky'. Bat champion in 1951 & 52 with BA of .344 & .327./ 5x Al - Star. Led league in doubles with 43 in 1952
  27. Baseball Player
  28. Baseball Player
  29. Baseball Player currently in the Roswell Invaders Organization
  30. Cincinatti Reds outfield prospect,2nd round pick in 2017 MLB draft
  31. Baseball AA - Corpus Christi Hooks 2007
  32. Baseball Player
  33. Baseball Player
  34. Former outfielder with the Los Angeles Dodgers (1968, 1973) and Montreal Expos (1969-1972)
  35. Giants Prospect
  36. 1st baseman/outfielder with the L.A. Dodgers (1958-1969), Montreal Expos (1969-1974), St. Louis Cardinals (1975-1976), Oakland A's (1976), Toronto Blue Jays (1977), California Angels (1978) Broadcaster for the Dodgers, Mariners, Giants, and Angels. Memb
  37. Baseball AA - Trenton Thunder 2006
  38. Baseball player-RHP Pitched for Pittsburgh('91) and Texas('91-95)
  39. Baseball Coach
  40. Baseball / Pittsburgh Pirates' Catching Prospect
  41. Baseball player drafted by the baltimore olioles in 1981
  42. Former MLB Pitcher
  43. MLB outfielder from 1920-31 with the White Sox and Indians. Career batting average of .314. Best season was 1926 with 43 doubles, 4 triples, 8 home runs, 86 runs scored, 108 RBI's and .345 batting average
  44. Baseball Player
  45. Baseball AA - New Hampshire Fisher Cats 2006
  46. Pitcher 2004 Dodgers
  47. Baseball A+ - Winston-Salem Warthogs 2007
  48. Left-handed pitcher who debuted for the White Sox in 1984
  49. Kansas City Royals 1st baseman prospect in 2002
  50. Baseball HOF Detroit announcer
  51. Drafted in the 19th round (583rd overall) by the Kansas City Royals in 2016
  52. Baseball Player
  53. Former major league pitcher with Montreal (1997) and Milwaukee (1999)
  54. Top Pitching Prospect in the Philadelphia Phillies Organization
  55. Baseball Player
  56. Baseball Player - Brockton Rox 2007
  57. Baseball player drafted by the milwaukee brewers in 1986
  58. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Kansas City Royals Organization
  59. Baseball Player
  60. Baseball player giants 1993
  61. Wisconsin Timber Rattlers mascot
  62. Baseball / Montreal Expos Legend / Over 25 Years He Served as Expos Broadcaster, Scout, On Field Manager, General Manager, & Vice President / Member of Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame
  63. Baseball player drafted by the st louis cardinals in 1988
  64. Cardinals Pitcher from the early 60's
  65. Former major league pitcher that gave up mickey mantle's career homerun #49
  66. former major league pitcher; played for Pittsburgh Pirates
  67. Drafted in the 29th round (857th overall) by the Houston Astros in 2013
  68. Drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 11th round of the 1992 MLB June Amateur Draft from Florida International University (Miami, FL)
  69. Football player, MLB, Detroit Lions(1979-82)
  70. Baseball / 1970-74 / Infielder for Red Sox & Cubs / Accomplished Jazz Musician
  71. AAGPBL player from 1946-1951 for the Peoria Redwings, Fort Wayne Daisies, South Bend Blue Sox and Kalamazoo Lassies
  72. Drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 21st round of the 2014 MLB June Amateur Draft
  73. Northern League Baseball Club
  74. Independent Minor League Baseball Team
  75. Drafted in the 10th round (330th overall) by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2011
  76. Baseball Player
  77. Baseball / 1990-93 / Infielder with Padres & Giants / Standout in College at Pepperdine University
  78. Baseball Player
  79. Baseball Player
  80. Baseball Player
  81. Right-handed pitching prospect drafted in the 11th round by the Cardinals in 2013
  82. Baseball Player
  83. MLB outfielder, P.H., 2nd baseman from 1991-93 for Rangers, Marlins. Best in 1992 with 166 at - bats had 13 RS, 7 doubles, triple, 3 HR, 21 RBI, .217 BA
  84. Baseball A-Advanced - Salem Red Sox
  85. MLB 1B 1961-62 ( Giants, White Sox, Tigers)
  86. Baseball Player
  87. Chris Farley  (2)
    Baseball Player - Stockton Ports
  88. Baseball player drafted by the san franciscio giants in 1997
  89. Kevin Farley  (2)
    Baseball Player
  90. Head baseball coach at Butler University (1991-?)
  91. Baseball Player
  92. Bill Farmer  (2)
    Baseball player drafted by the boston red sox in 1965
  93. White Sox pitching prospect who never actually played in the major leagues but was shown on a 1970 Topps card
  94. Former minor league pitcher. Atlanta Braves f/a '86. '86-'89 'R-'AAA'
  95. Pitcher in Tigers organization
  96. Baseball player drafted by the pioneer league in 1994
  97. MLB pitcher 1971-83 (11 yrs) for 8 teams. All - Star in 1980 with 7 wins, 30 saves, 3.34 ERA. Scout for Orioles, Announcer for White Sox
  98. Former Montreal Expos middle relief pitcher
  99. Kyle Farmer  (2)
    Baseball Player
  100. Pitched for a few games with the Rockies in 1996
  101. Baseball player drafted by the new york mets in 1990
  102. minor league baseball player
  103. Blue Jays #1 1993 Draft Pick
  104. Baseball Player
  105. Baseball Player, P
  106. Detroit Tigers reliever,former Chicago Cub, Atlanta Brave, and New York Yankee
  107. Baseball Player
  108. Baseball player;cardinals, drafted #32 ,1998
  109. Baseball AA - Frisco RoughRiders 2007
  110. Baseball Player
  111. Baseball Player
  112. Former Blue Jays pitching prospect, Mariners organization
  113. Former pitcher with the Texas Rangers (1982)
  114. Baseball / 1980's & Early 90's Relief Pitcher / Career Year in 1988 with Royals - 2.50 ERA & 20 Saves/ played for Royals, Red Sox, Indians & Yankees
  115. Left-handed pitching prospect drafted by the Orioles in the 8th round in 1991. He never pitched in a major league game
  116. Tyler Farrar  (2)
    Baseball Player
  117. Baseball Player
  118. former MLB pitcher during the 80s/90s for Tigers, Angels, Indians / former Manager for 2013 World Champion Red Sox; pitching coach during 2007 WS Championship; currently works in Reds organization
  119. Former baseball player
  120. Atlanta Braves pitching prospect, currently pitching for the Gulf Coast League Braves (summer, 2009)
  121. Drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the 6th round of the 2013 MLB June Amateur Draft
  122. Mike Farrell  (5)
    Position: Pitcher Bats: Left ? Throws: Left 6-2, 195lb (188cm, 88kg) Born: January 28, 1969 (Age: 49-263d) in Logansport, IN us School: Indiana State University (Terre Haute, IN) Full Name: Michael Keith Farrell
  123. Baseball Player
  124. Boston-born Farrell debuted for the Phillies in 1956, also pitching for the Dodgers in the early 60s and Astros mid-1960s, finishing up with the Phillies again in 1969. He soon moved to England, where he died in an auto accident in 1977
  125. Baseball Player currently in the Schaumburg Boomers Organization
  126. Baseball Player
  127. Baseball Player
  128. Baseball Player currently in the Salina Stockade Organization
  129. Drafted in the 9th round (259th overall) by the Chicago Cubs in 2014
  130. First round draft pick for the pirates in 94
  131. Baseball Player
  132. Baseball player drafted by the pittsburgh pirates in 1995
  133. AAGPBL player for the 1944 Minneapolis Millerettes and Rockford Peaches
  134. Baseball player darfted by the kansas city royals in 1991
  135. Baseball draft for pirates
  136. Minor league baseball player. rangers 9th round #261 in 2004. played in rangers organization '04-'07 'A'-'AA'
  137. 6'-5' firstbaseman drafted in the 9th round in 2004 by the Texas Rangers. He never played in a major league game
  138. Retired Baseball / Catcher 1996-2002 & 2005-06 / Royals, A's Rockies, Angels, Orioles, Phillies, Yankees, and Blue Jays/ Currently manager of the New Hampshire Fishercats (AA)
  139. Baseball Player
  140. Drafted in the 31st round (936th overall) by the Texas Rangers in 2014
  141. Baseball / Former Major League Pitcher for Cubs, Rockies, Mariners, Giants and others / 1990's & 2000's / Current pitching coach for the Boise Hawks
  142. Baseball Player
  143. Left-handed pitcher who appeared in 8 games for the Chicago Cubs in 1968. he finished that season 0-1 with a 5.40 ERA. He was born March 10, 1947
  144. pitcher for 1953 st. louis cardinals
  145. Baseball player drafted by the houston astros in 1997
  146. Baseball Player
  147. Top Pitching Prospect in the Minnesota Twins Organization
  148. Bill Faul  (2)
    Detroit Tigers Baseball team1962, 1963, 1964. Born April 21, 1940. Pitcher
  149. Outfielder in the Expos farm system from 1987-1991
  150. Kenny Faulk  (2)
    Left-handed pitching prospect drafted by the Tigers in in the 16th round in 2009
  151. Baseball Player
  152. Baseball player drafted by the baltimore orioles in 1988
  153. Long time White Sox organist. Retiring after the 2010 season
  154. AAGPBL player 1946-1953 for the South Bend Blue Sox
  155. Negro Leaguer
  156. Former baseball player
  157. Baseball Player
  158. Baseball Player
  159. Grants brother. professional football player from 1983 - 1987. Green Bay Packers, San Diego Chargers and the Denver Gold in the United States Football League. now a baseball exec
  160. Baseball Player
  161. Former Royals infielder, current hitting coach for the Greenville Drive (A)
  162. Baseball Player
  163. Baseball Player
  164. Baseball Player
  165. 1951 Detroit Tigers
  166. Baseball Player
  167. Baseball A - Greenville Drive 2007
  168. Baseball Player
  169. (February 22, 1918 - February 19, 1996), nicknamed Charlie O or Charley O, was an American businessman who is best remembered for his tenure as the owner of Major League Baseball's Oakland Athletics. Finley purchased the franchise while it was loc
  170. Baseball Player
  171. Independent Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Gateway Grizzlies Organization
  172. Baseball Player
  173. Executive Director And General Counsel MLBPA
  174. Baseball 1940's
  175. Bats: Both , Throws: Right Height: 6' 0' , Weight: 195 lb. Born: May 31, 1912 in Columbus, IN Schools: Purdue University (All Transactions)Debut: June 25, 1934 Final Game: June 25, 1934 Died: April 13, 2006 in Palo Alto, CA
  176. Baseball player 30's, Baseball Coach at Stanford 1949-1977
  177. Independent Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks Organization
  178. Former Mariners reliever, currently in the Reds organization
  179. Minor League Baseball Player
  180. Baseball Player
  181. Baseball Player
  182. Baseball AA - New Britain Rock Cats 2007
  183. Negro League Player - 1946 Newark Eagles
  184. Former Florida State Quarterback and minor league baseball player
  185. former Brewers and Giants outfielder
  186. Baseball - Montgomery Biscuits 2007
  187. Relief Pitcher/ Texas Rangers
  188. Baseball Player
  189. Baseball AA - Harrisburg Senators 2006
  190. Drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 24th round of the 2008 MLB June Amateur Draft
  191. former Mets OF, now in Rays organization
  192. New York Mets P (25)
  193. Baseball Player
  194. Baseball Player
  195. Baseball Player
  196. Baseball Player
  197. Right-handed pitching prospect who was drafted in 2012 by the Tigers
  198. former major league outfielder/DH; played for Blue Jays, Angels, Tigers and Marlins
  199. Left-handed pitching prospect who was the 2nd Round pick of the Pirates in 2006. He never pitched in the major leagues
  200. Pirates minor league pitcher
  201. Former minor league baseball
  202. Baseball Coach
  203. Baseball Player
  204. Dominican-born secondbaseman who was signed by the Yankees as a free agent in 2008
  205. Baseball Player
  206. 6 foot 4 inch right-handed pitching prospect from the Dominican Republic signed by the Astros as a free agent in 2010
  207. MLB free agent
  208. baseball player in MLB plays 3rd base for Cardinals was with the Houston Astros, San Francisco Giants and 2008 WS Champion Phiadelphia Phillies
  209. Baseball Player
  210. Baseball Hall of Famer. Born: 11/03/1918
  211. Former baseball player for the 1958 Detroit Tigers
  212. Baseball Player
  213. Baseball Player - Myrtle Beach Pelicans
  214. Baseball Player
  215. Baseball Player
  216. Baseball Player
  217. Former Major League Manager
  218. P Colorado Rockies Organization
  219. MLB pitcher from 1979-82 for the Twins. Had extreme bad luck in his last season, going 0-13. Overlooked were his 3 saves. He holds the all-time MLB career record for most losses without a win, losing 16 times. No other comes even close to that record
  220. Baseball Player
  221. Baseball Player
  222. Minor League Baseball Player (Kansas City Royals Organization)
  223. Pitcher
  224. AAGPBL South Bend Blue Sox
  225. Astros and Cardinals infielder
  226. Baseball Player - Lancaster Barnstormers
  227. Baseball Player currently in the Salina Stockade Organization
  228. Baseball Player
  229. Baseball Player
  230. Alex Ferguson  (3)
    Baseball Coach
  231. Baseball Player
  232. Los Angeles Dodgers
  233. Baseball Player
  234. Baseball Player
  235. AAGPBL 1945-54
  236. Baseball Player
  237. Baseball Player - Corpus Christi Hooks
  238. Baseball Player
  239. Former baseball player
  240. Baseball Player
  241. Joe Ferguson  (2)
    Baseball / Former Catcher for Dodgers, Cards, Astros & Angels / 1970-83 / Hit 122 Career Homers
  242. Negro Leaguer
  243. Baseball Player
  244. Tim Ferguson  (2)
    Baseball Player
  245. Baseball Player
  246. Minor League Baseball Player
  247. Baseball Player
  248. Baseball Player
  249. Top Infield Prospect in the New York Mets Organization
  250. Baseball / Former Major League Shortstop / Now Coach in Minor Leagues,is now managing in the Dominincan Winter Leagues for Aguilas Cibaenas
  251. Baseball Player
  252. Right-handed, Dominican-born, pitcher who debuted with the Oakland A's in 1995
  253. Baseball Player
  254. Baseball A - Greenville Drive 2007
  255. Baseball, White Sox and Marlins pitcher; member of Marlins 1997 World Series championship team
  256. Baseball Player, Minor league pitcher signed by the Mariners as a free agent in 1996
  257. Baseball Player
  258. Star pitcher for the Phila. Stars, 1941-42, New York Black Yankees 1946-47
  259. Baseball Player
  260. Baseball A - Greenville Drive 2007
  261. Baseball player, 1956-63, Philadelphia, Detroit, Brooklyn, Mets
  262. Baseball Player
  263. 1975 New York Yankees
  264. Baseball Player
  265. aaa baseball players mlb/cincinnati reds
  266. Baseball Player - Stockton Ports
  267. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Boston Red Sox Organization
  268. OF Braves Top Prospect
  269. Baseball Player
  270. Puerto-Rican-born catching prospect who was drafted by the Twins in the 7th round in 2012
  271. Right-handed pitcher who was the #1 draft pick of the Marlins in 2011
  272. Dominican - born (Nov. 2, 1974) third baseman who appeared in 8 games for the Expos in 1999 and 13 games for the Angels in 2001
  273. Baseball Player Born May 20, 1993
  274. Baseball Player
  275. Baseball Player
  276. Pitcher for the St.Louis Cardinsls
  277. Baseball Player
  278. Pitcher - Softball Three time Olympic Gold Medalist, formerly pitched for UCLA; Current UCLA Softball Assistant Coach
  279. Shortstop 1968 Baltimore Orioles
  280. Baseball Player
  281. Former San Francisco Giants Pitcher
  282. Baseball Player
  283. Baseball Player
  284. Baseball Player
  285. Baseball Player
  286. former MLB pitcher - los angeles dodgers (1983), new york mets (1984-93), baltimore orioles (1994-95), philadelphia phillies (1995-96), houston astros (1997)
  287. former Blue Jays,Padres,and Mets shortstop
  288. Baseball Player
  289. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Los Angeles Dodgers Organization
  290. Baseball Player
  291. Aagpbl player from Cuba; played 1948-1953
  292. Baseball AA - Corpus Christi Hooks 2007
  293. Baseball player drafted by the atlanta braves in 1996
  294. Sirius radio talk show host
  295. Baseball Player
  296. former MLB player - Los Angeles Dodgers (1963, 65-68), San Diego Padres (1969-71), Cincinnati Reds (1971)
  297. St.Louis Cardinals 2008 draft pick, pitching for Gulf Coast League Cardinals
  298. Baseball Coach
  299. Baseball / 1955-62 / Pitcher / Orioles, Indians, White Sox, Phillies & Cardinals
  300. Baseball Player
  301. Baseball / Third Base / Played In Parts of 4 Seasons / 1966 & 68 - Yankees / 1969 - Pilots / 1972 - Brewers
  302. Debuted as a pitcher for the Kansas City Royals in 1985
  303. Baseball Player
  304. Baseball Player
  305. Baseball Player, pitcher, Detroit Tigers 2015-
  306. Baseball Player
  307. Baseball Player
  308. Baseball Player currently in the Alpine Cowboys Organization
  309. MLB H.O.F. (1984) catcher from 1929-47 for Browns, Red Sox, Senators. 8x All - Star. Brother of 2x All - Star pitcher Wes Ferrell. Rick had a career batting average of .281
  310. Former pitcher for TCU. Drafted by Houston Astros in 2015
  311. MLB pitcher from 1927-41 for Indians, Red Sox, Yankees, Dodgers, Braves. 2x Al-Star. Brother of H,O.F. Rick Ferrell. 6 seasons with 20 or more wins. Led League 4x in complete games. Led league in wins going 25-14.in 1935
  312. Baseball Player
  313. Baseball A - South Bend Silver Hawks 2007
  314. Baseball Player
  315. Miguel Ferrer  (2)
    Baseball Player
  316. Baseball Player
  317. Played for the twins in 75
  318. Baseball Player
  319. Baseball Player
  320. Drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 26th round of the 1987 MLB June Amateur Draft from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey (New Brunswick, NJ)
  321. MLB pitcher from 1941-52 for Senators, Browns, Indians, Yankees & A;s. 1950 was 8-4, 9 saves & 3.65 ERA. In 1950 World Series was 1-0 in 1 full inning, 0 runs. MLB pitching coach for Reds 1954-58,.Phillies, Tigers, & A's. Royals scout for nearly 25 yrs
  322. Reliever who pitched in a few games for the California Angels in 1979 and 1980
  323. Baseball AA - Springfield Cardinals 2007
  324. MLB pitcher and pinch hitter from 1945-50 for Red Sox. In 1945 went 21-19 with 2 saves and 2.96 ERA and in 1946 (All - Star) was 25-6 (best w - l %), 3 saves, and 3.25 ERA. Pitched in 1946 World Series going 1-0 in 13 1/3 innings and 2.03 ERA
  325. Baseball Player
  326. Former Minor League Baseball Pitcher
  327. Pitcher for the Seattle Mariners
  328. Baseball Player - Fort Worth Cats
  329. Springfield Cardinals mascot
  330. Current University of Michigan Baseball pitcher (College Baseball All-American)
  331. Baseball Player
  332. Baseball Player
  333. Drafted in the 16th round (488th overall) by the Cleveland Indians in 2014
  334. Baseball player - 1981 StL Cardinals, Cin Reds
  335. Baseball Player
  336. Baseball Player
  337. St Louis Cardinals pitching prospect,was thier 15th round pick in the 2008 draft
  338. former Cardinals pitching prospect, now in Astros organization
  339. Baseball Player
  340. Former MLB Player/child actor
  341. Drafted in the 12th round (366th overall) by the Detroit Tigers in 2013. Rated Best Defensive 1B in the Midwest League in 2014
  342. Baseball Player currently in the Washington Wild Things Organization
  343. MLB pitcher 1976-80 for Tigers. 2x All - Star. 'The Bird' was best as R.O.Y. in 1976.by winning ERA Title with 2.34, going 19-9. Fan favorite as he used to talk to the baseball. Career (5 seasons) was 29-19 with 3.10 ERA
  344. Baseball Player
  345. Drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 5th round of the 2013 MLB June Amateur Draft
  346. player on the 2004 kc royals
  347. Baseball Staff - Rochester Red Wings
  348. Baseball Player
  349. Former minor league pitcher. Brewers 35th round pick #1033, 1996. '96-'97 'R'-'AA', Twins, '98 'A'. 34/16 in 76 games
  350. retired baseball player (Blue Jays, Tigers, Yankees)
  351. Texas Rangers First Baseman, All-Star Slugger; Son of Cecil Fielder. Formerly with the Brewers and the Tigers
  352. Baseball Player
  353. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Bakersfield Blaze Organization
  354. new hitting coach for Tigers, former manager of the Toledo Mud Hens
  355. Baseball Player, outfielder Detroit Tigers (2015- )
  356. Infielder, Former White Sox and Royals 3B, born 1982
  357. Josh Fields  (3)
    Pitcher for Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers, born 1985
  358. Baseball Player/ relief pitcher - Seattle Mariners
  359. Baseball Player
  360. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Toronto Blue Jays Organization
  361. Wilmer Leon Fields (August 2, 1922 - June 4, 2004) was a pitcher and third baseman in baseball's Negro Leagues. Wilmer was often referred to as 'Red' or Wilmer 'The Great' Fields.
  362. Baseball Player
  363. Former baseball player
  364. MLB pitcher for the Houston Astros; acquired from the Milwaukee Brewers in the 2015 Carlos Gomez trade
  365. Baseball Player currently in the Santa Fe Fuego Organization
  366. Former MLB/ Twins; father of Dane and Dugan Fife
  367. Baseball Player
  368. Baseball pitcher plays for the Detroit Tigers
  369. Retired baseball player played for the new york yankees debut 1997
  370. Former Angel, currently with the Seattle Mariners, member of Angels World Championship team
  371. Baseball Player
  372. AAGPBL player
  373. Minor leaguer
  374. Baseball Player
  375. former Cardinals shortstop
  376. Baseball Player
  377. Florida-born second-base prospect who was a 6th-round draft pick of the Padres in 2008. He is the son of former major-leaguer Bien Figueroa
  378. Baseball Player
  379. Baseball Player - Bowie Baysox
  380. Baseball Player
  381. Former Rockies farmhand, OF
  382. Baseball / Pitcher for the Angels, Yankees & Rangers
  383. Baseball Player
  384. Position: Relief Pitcher Bats: Left ? Throws: Left 6-1, 170lb (185cm, 77kg) Born: August 19, 1964 (Age: 54-060d) in Caguas, Puerto Rico pr Full Name: Fernando G. Figueroa
  385. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Chicago Cubs Organization
  386. Baseball Player
  387. Batting Coach for the Toronto Bluy Jays
  388. Baseball Player
  389. aaa baseball player mlb/SF Giants
  390. Drafted in the 32nd round (961st overall) by the Houston Astros in 2017
  391. Baseball Player
  392. former major league pitcher/ CPBL; played for Phillies, Dbacks, Brewers, Mets, Astros, Pirates and Uni - President 7-Eleven Lions
  393. Baseball Player
  394. Baseball AA - Bowie Baysox 2007
  395. Baseball Player
  396. Baseball Player
  397. Baseball Player
  398. player on the 2004 expos
  399. Right-handed pitching prospect drafted by the Braves in 2010
  400. Baseball Player
  401. former player - Rockford Peaches (1946), All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL)
  402. pitcher (36)
  403. Baseball Player, Philadelphia Phillies 1940
  404. Former MLB pitcher - chicago cubs (1982), toronto blue jays (1985), milwaukee brewers (1986-90), new york mets (1992)former pitching coach for the Altoona Curve; Current Indianapolis Indians pitching coach
  405. Baseball Player
  406. Minor leaguer (1975-82); 1983 Hiroshima Carp
  407. Baseball Player
  408. Right-handed pitcher who was a 5th-round pick of the A's in 2014 and has now pitched for the Royals in 2018 and 2019
  409. Drafted in the 15th round (456th overall) by the Texas Rangers in 2014
  410. Baseball player drafted by the cincinnati reds in 1991
  411. former major league pitcher; played for Twins, Yankees, Royals & White Sox
  412. Catcher with the albuquerque dukes 1984-85
  413. Baseball A+ - Frederick Keys 2007
  414. Baseball / Prospect in Baltimore Orioles Organization / Pitched for Texas A&M Before Being Drafted
  415. Baseball Player
  416. Baseball / Former Major League Pitcher / 1979 / Boston Red Sox
  417. Head baseball coach at USC Upstate
  418. Boston Red Sox Pitcher, 1947
  419. Baseball Player
  420. Baseball Player
  421. Baseball Player
  422. Retired Oakland Athletics, San Diego Padres, Milwaukee Brewers. Hall of Fame pitcher(Reliever)
  423. 1959 Baltimore orioles player
  424. Baseball player drafted by the montreal expos in 1986
  425. Baseball AA - Erie SeaWolves 2006
  426. Cleveland Indians Prospect
  427. Baseball Player
  428. Former minor league baseball player. dodgers 20th round pick 1988
  429. (February 22, 1918 - February 19, 1996), nicknamed Charlie O or Charley O, was an American businessman who is best remembered for his tenure as the owner of Major League Baseball's Oakland Athletics. Finley purchased the franchise while it was loc
  430. MLB pitcher - california angels (1986-96), anaheim angels (1997-99), cleveland indians (2000-present)
  431. Yankees third round draft pick in 2015 draft
  432. Former MLB outfielder, played for Orioles, Astros, Padres, Diamondbacks, Dodgers, Giants, Rockies. Was a 2x all-star, 5x gold glove winner and won 2001 world series
  433. Former minor league baseball player from Valporaiso (IN) University. 1998 Springfield Capitals , Frontier League. 1 Games
  434. John Finn  (2)
    Brewers 10th round selection in june 1989 mlb draft
  435. Major League pitcher; played for Royals; currently on Reds
  436. Baseball Player
  437. Drafted in the 6th round (191st overall) by the Oakland Athletics in 2013
  438. Baseball Player
  439. First Little League World Series Winner
  440. Baseball, Red Sox 1995
  441. Baseball Player
  442. Head baseball coach at Old Dominion
  443. former college/Olympic/minor league outfielder, 1st baseman, 3rd baseman and DH; played at University of Miami; won Gold Medal in 1988 Olympics; inaugural winner of the Dick Howser Trophy; drafted by St. Cardinals; never made it to the major leagues
  444. former major league first baseman; played for Red Sox, Padres, Royals, Cardinals & Orioles; hit the first home run in Kansas City Royals history
  445. Baseball Player
  446. Right-handed pitcher who was late round draft pick of the Phillies in 1992. He debuted for the Rays in 2000
  447. Baseball /Former Orioles OF/ currently with A's organization / Nickname: 'Screech'
  448. Baseball Player
  449. Baseball Player
  450. former major league pitcher; played for Mariners, White Sox, Phillies, Rangers and Padres
  451. Retired baseball player played for the seattle mariners debut 1981
  452. Baseball Player
  453. Minor league baseball players 1948 Anaheim/San Bernardino Valencias and former San Jose City Councilman
  454. Former baseball player 1956-1964 for Chicago White Sox, Senators, Tigers and Kansas City A's - gave up Mantle's 734-foot homerun on May 22, 1963
  455. Baseball / Coach, Scout & Manager / Won 2 Minor League Championships during the 1980's
  456. Baseball Player
  457. Baseball Player
  458. Carl Fischer  (2)
    Baseball playe, 1930-37, Detroit Tigers, Washington Senators
  459. David Fischer  (4)
    Baseball Player
  460. Baseball Player
  461. Top Pitching Prospect in the Pittsburgh Pirates Organization
  462. former major league pitcher; played for Reds, Red Sox and Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves
  463. Baseball Player
  464. Jeff Fischer  (3)
    Retired baseball player. played for the dodgers and expos debut 1987 he was a pitcher
  465. Kyle Fischer  (2)
    Baseball Player
  466. Baseball Player
  467. Mark Fischer  (2)
    Minor Leage Baseball player
  468. Baseball Player
  469. Baseball Player - Schaumburg Flyers
  470. Independent Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Gateway Grizzlies Organization
  471. Todd Fischer  (2)
    Baseball player- California Angels 1986
  472. New britain red sox 1991
  473. former major league infielder; played for Yankees, Astros, Braves & Indians
  474. Drafted in the 32nd round (967th overall) by the Los Angeles Angels in 2013
  475. Pitching Prospect for the LA Angels
  476. Pitcher DOB 10/25/74, Drafted Angels #22 1997 draft
  477. Baseball Player
  478. Former Major League Outfielder; played for Houston Astros; 1984 MOP College World Series (Cal State Fullerton)
  479. Baseball Player
  480. former MLB pitcher - new york yankees (1985), pittsburgh pirates (1987-89), seattle mariners (1992), houston astros (1990)
  481. Reds pitching prospect
  482. Derek Fisher  (2)
    Baseball Player, attending Virginia University. Drafted in 2011, but chose not to sign
  483. MLB pitcher from 1959-73 for White Sox, Angels, Giants, Orioles, Cardinals, Indians. An All - Star & Fireman of the Year in 1965, going 15-7 with 24 saves and 2.40 ERA and in 1966 went 6-6 with 20 saves and 2.52 ERA
  484. Eric Fisher  (3)
    Baseball Player
  485. Baseball Player who played 1 game for the Detroit Tigers in 1964
  486. George Fisher  (3)
    MLB outfielder and pinch hitter from 1923-32 for Senators, Cardinals, and Browns. 'Showboat' hit .374 with 18 doubles, 6 triples, 8 home runs, 61 RBI's in only 254 at-bats. In the 1930 World Series went 1 for 2 with a double
  487. Baseball / 1960's Right Hander / Played for Mets, Orioles & Giants
  488. Baseball Player
  489. Joel Fisher  (2)
    Baseball Player
  490. Former baseball player
  491. AAGPBL 1947-49
  492. Major League pitcher. 1955 Reds. 1 game
  493. Baseball Player
  494. Drafted by the Florida Marlins in the 15th round of the 2010 MLB June Amateur Draft
  495. Tom Fisher  (2)
    Baltimore Orioles pitcher 1967
  496. Baseball Player
  497. Top Pitching Prospect in the Toronto Blue Jays Organization
  498. MLB H.O.F. catcher 1969-98 for Red Sox, White Sox. 11x All-Star, Gold Glove, 3x Silver Slugger. R.O.Y. in 1972 and led league in triples (9), only 1 of 2 catchers have ever done so 1985 - 37 HR, 107 RBI. 1975 W.S. hit 2 HR, one was walk-off in game # 6
  499. Top Prospect in the Toronto Blue Jays organization