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  1. Baseball Player
  2. Former Montreal Expos starting pitcher
  3. Baseball Player
  4. White Sox draft pick #5 June 2003. DOB 11/17/84 Cedar Park, Texas
  5. Broadcaster - Texas Rangers, member of the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame 2012
  6. Baseball Player
  7. Formerly with the Mets,Padres,Pirates,Yankees, DBacks & Cubs; now with the Nationals- Outfielder
  8. Baseball / 1990-97 / Boston Red Sox Infielder / Fan Favorite in Fenway / Career Shortened by Injuries
  9. Legendary Side-throwing Reliever of Japan (1972-1990: Carp, Lions, Whales; Hawks)/'Lefty Killer'
  10. Baseball Player - Nashua Pride 2007
  11. baseball player/manager, Yomiuri Giants 1958-74; 5-Time Central League MVP: Inducted into the Japanese Baseball HOF in 1988
  12. Baseball Player
  13. MLB 1B-OF (1968-70 Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers)
  14. pitcher for the Mariners, former minor league prospect for the angels
  15. Outfielder
  16. Pitching Coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Former major league pitcher; played for Indians & Padres; 3X All-Star/former pitching coach for the Columbus Clippers (AAA)
  17. Baseball / Late 1960's and Early 1970's / Boston Red Sox / Pitcher with Good fastball and Great Curve
  18. Baseball Player
  19. 1950 Washington Senators
  20. Baseball Player currently in the Lake Erie Crushers Organization
  21. MLB starting and relief pitcher in 1938, 1941, 1942 and 1948 for Dodgers, Cardinals, and Phillies. Nickname given because he comes from NY. Best season was 1941 with 5-2 record, one save, and 2.98 ERA
  22. former major league catcher; played for Braves, Phillies, Mariners, Tigers, White Sox & Indians; excellent defensive catcher; played from 1976-1984
  23. Played for the south bend blue sox in 1947, AAGPBL
  24. Drafted in the 20th round (608th overall) by the Oakland Athletics in 2015
  25. President of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays
  26. Baseball Player
  27. Baseball Player
  28. Head baseball coach at San Jose State
  29. Former Twins pitcher, now playing in Japan for Yomiuri
  30. Japanese Baseball; One of Japan's best.
  31. Baseball Player
  32. Baseball Golden Era--1930's
  33. Baseball AA - Binghamton Mets 2006
  34. Baseball player, drafted #8 by the dodgers in 1999
  35. Baseball Player
  36. Baseball Player
  37. Baseball Player
  38. Baseball Player
  39. minor league baseball
  40. Baseball Player
  41. Former minor league infielder/coach Tigers org '78-'81, Bluejays org '82-'84, Astros org '84, Brewers org '85-'86. 'A'-'AAA'
  42. Baseball Player
  43. Chicago White Sox Outfield Prospect
  44. Baseball Player
  45. Baseball AA - Erie SeaWolves 2006
  46. Independent Minor League Baseball Team
  47. Minor League Manager in Chicago Cubs system
  48. Played for st louis brownsbaseball
  49. Outfielder who debuted with the Mets in 1965. He passed away in 2003
  50. Baseball Player
  51. Baseball A - Hagerstown Suns 2007
  52. Texas Rangers 1B/DH, formerly with the Red Sox, Indians, Blue Jays and Angels
  53. Mike Napoli  (2)
    Baseball player played in 1951 brooklyndodger minor leagues,never played inmajors
  54. Baseball Player
  55. Left-handed hitting outfield prospect who was the #1 draft pick of the Indians in 2012
  56. Former major league catcher-Cleveland Indians, Washington Senators, Minnesota Twins; also was a coach on the '68 Detroit Tigers World Champs team
  57. Japanese baseball player Nippon Ham Fighters and Chinichi Dragons; won 2006 title with Chunichi; currently a coach with Seibu Lions (2011)
  58. Cuban-born, right-handed pitcher who appeared in 17 games for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1956
  59. Baseball Player
  60. Baseball Player
  61. MLB pitcher from 1954-59 with Indians and Tigers. . Best season was 1955 league leader in relief wins and saves, going 9-1 with 19 saves. Two time All - Star
  62. Baseball Player
  63. Baseball Player
  64. Bench coach of the Milwaukee Brewers, Baseball / Former Major League Catcher During the 1980's / Former Manager for Texas Rangers and Cincinnati Reds
  65. Former minor league baseball player and manager. 1974 Johnson City Yankees (Yankees), 1975 Appleton Foxes (whitesox) in april of 1975 traded for Ed Herrmann . Manager 2004 Helena Brewers (Brewers)
  66. Baseball AA - Huntsville Stars
  67. Baltimore orioles pitcher 1963
  68. Baseball Player
  69. Baseball Player
  70. Chris Nash  (2)
    Baseball Player
  71. basketball/baseball player - real name Charles F. Nash
  72. Minor leaguer
  73. MLB pitcher from 1966-72 for the A's, Braves, and Phillies. The 1966 Rookie of the Year was awesome going 12-1 with a save and 2.06 ERA. In 1968 he went 13-13 with an ERA of 2.28
  74. Joe Nash  (2)
    Signed by the rays in 2000
  75. Shes on mlb network
  76. Astros outfield prospect, graduated high school in 2008, playing in Gulf Coast League in 2010
  77. Baseball player
  78. Minor League Baseball Class AAA affiliate - Oakland Athletics
  79. Pitcher for the Giants in 1980
  80. Baseball player Florida Marlins
  81. Baseball - Portland Sea Dogs 2007
  82. Baseball Player
  83. Baseball player drafted by the philadelphia phillies in 1979
  84. Baseball AA - Reading Phillies 2007
  85. baseball
  86. Detroit Tigers pitcher, Former Twins and Giants closer, All-Star, currently with Texas Rangers
  87. Baseball Player - Brockton Rox
  88. Baseball Player
  89. Baseball Player
  90. aaa baseball players mlb/chicago cubs
  91. Baseball hall of fame headquarters
  92. Baseball Player
  93. Baseball player - Played 6 games for the 1953 Pittsburgh Pirates
  94. Baseball player drafted by the boston red sox in 1982
  95. MLB Umpire
  96. Baseball Player
  97. P Reds Top Prospect
  98. Baseball / 1996-99 / Former Minnesota Twins, NY Yankees PPitcher
  99. AAGPBL player 1946-1953 for the South Bend Blue Sox, Kenosha Comets and Kalamazoo Lassies
  100. Boston Red Sox Outfielder
  101. Baseball Coach
  102. Baseball AA - Binghamton Mets 2006
  103. Catching prospect drafted in the 6th round by the Twins in 2013
  104. Toronto Blue Jays catcher, formerly Chicago Cubs catcher. Former Reds, Yankees, Rays and Dodgers catcher
  105. Baseball Player
  106. Baseball Player
  107. Baseball - First Puerto Rican to play in Negro Leagues Born: 09/26/1905
  108. Baseball / 1989-2000 / Brewers, Cubs, White Sox, Indians / Brewers Top Pitcher in the early 90's/ Bullpen coach for the Seattle Mariners
  109. Jason Navarro  (2)
    Baseball Player - The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs
  110. Baseball Player
  111. Baseball Player - 1962-1966, 1970 (Angels, Tigers, Braves)
  112. Baseball Player
  113. Former Mariners prospect/currently in the Mets organization
  114. Baseball Player - Sioux City Explorers
  115. Baseball Player
  116. Shortstop prospect who was drafted in the third round by the Diamondbacks in 2007
  117. Former Houston Astros Prospect
  118. Major league baseball player with NY Mets ML debut was 9/6/93
  119. Baseball / Prospect in the Boston Red Sox Organization / Third Baseman
  120. Baseball Player
  121. Eduardo Navas  (2)
    Baseball Player
  122. Radio DJ and Spanish speaking Dodgers baseball announcer in 1958
  123. Positions: Third Baseman, Shortstop and Second Baseman Bats: Right ? Throws: Right 5-11, 171lb (180cm, 77kg) Born: December 26, 1966 (Age: 51-360d) in Punto Fijo, Venezuela ve Full Name: Edgar R. Naveda
  124. Top Pitching Prospect in the Detroit Tigers Organization
  125. Baseball Player
  126. Third base prospect who was the #1 draft pick of the Blue Jays in 2012
  127. Baseball Player
  128. Miami Marlins 2015 1st round pick 12th overall
  129. Minor League Baseball Player in the Cleveland Indians organization. Drafted in the first round of the 2018 baseball draft
  130. MLB relief pitcher from 1939-44 for the Indians. Tough to get a hit off of in 1943, giving up only 32 hits in 62 2/3 innings with 4-4 record, two saves and 2.30 ERA
  131. Baseball Coach
  132. Baseball Player
  133. Baseball Player
  134. Baseball Player
  135. Baseball Player
  136. Oriole prospect in the late 90's
  137. former Minnesota Twins,Pittsburgh Pirates,& Atlanta Braves starting pitcher
  138. Baseball AA - Altoona Curve 2006
  139. Former L.A. Dodger 2nd baseman in the 1960's
  140. Dennis Neal  (2)
    Baseball Player
  141. AAGPBL player
  142. Baseball Player
  143. Mike Neal  (2)
    Shortstop prospect, signed as a free agent by the Yankees in 1987; he never played in the major leagues
  144. Scott Neal  (2)
    Baseball player
  145. Baseball Player - Reno Silver Sox
  146. Baseball Player
  147. Head baseball coach at Cincinnati (2014-?)
  148. Baseball Player
  149. AAGPBL player for the 1943 Kenosha Comets
  150. Baseball / Pitcher for 1952 Pirates / Pitched a 27 Strikeout No Hitter in the Minor Leagues in 1952
  151. Baseball Player
  152. Baseball Player
  153. Tall (6-6), right-handed pitching prospect drafted in the 6th round by the Padres in 2009
  154. Former Cleveland Indians and Oakland Athletics outfielder/1st baseman/DH/catcher
  155. Baseball player
  156. Baseball - Catcher 1957-1963
  157. Baseball Player
  158. Baseball Player
  159. Right-handed hitting outfield prospect drafted by the Pirates in the 6th round in 1991. He never played in a major league game
  160. Baseball Player
  161. baseball
  162. Baseball Player
  163. Baseball Player
  164. Baseball A - Greenville Drive 2007
  165. Baseball Player
  166. Chicago Cubs Outfield Prospect/Former Prospect for the Toronto Blue Jays--- Was their #1 Pick of the 2000 draft
  167. Shortstop prospect drafted by the Tigers in the 17th round in 2013
  168. Baseball / Infielder Drafted by Pirates in 2006 / Played College Baseball at Pittsburgh University
  169. Baseball Player
  170. Baseball Player
  171. Drafted in the 16th round (466th overall) by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2015
  172. former baseball player. 1969-1973 Braves and Phillies
  173. Pitcher. Drafted out of high school by Seattle Mariners in 2015
  174. reired baseball pitcher fo the dodgers
  175. Baseball Player
  176. Baseball / Pitcher for Phillies / Played in Only 6 Games After an Impressive Minor League Career
  177. Baseball A - South Bend Silver Hawks 2007
  178. Drafted in the 37th round (1144th overall) by the Detroit Tigers in 2012
  179. Tall, right-handed pitcher who was drafted by the Marlins in the late rounds in 2011
  180. aaa baseball players mlb/boston red sox
  181. Baseball Player
  182. Baseball Coach
  183. Baseball Player
  184. Baseball Player - El Paso Diablos
  185. Baseball player drafted by the philadelphia phillies in 1990
  186. Baseball Manager
  187. Baseball Player
  188. Baseball / 1st Baseman / Milwaukee Brewers' Prospect / Started 2007 Season with Nashville Sound
  189. Baseball A+ - Myrtle Beach Pelicans 2007
  190. Baseball Player
  191. Brian Nelson  (2)
    Baseball Coach
  192. aaa baseball players mlb/arizona diamonbacks
  193. Baseball-Toronto Blue Jays Prospect/Formerly With Reds And Braves
  194. Baseball player drafted by the los angeles dodgers in 1993
  195. Colorado Rockies Shortstop Prospect
  196. Cole Nelson  (2)
    Baseball Player
  197. Baseball Player - Springfield Cardinals
  198. Baseball / Successful Infielder during the 1970's with Indians, Rangers & Brewers / Currently the Brewers First Base Coach
  199. Former minor league 2nd baseman. 1967 College World Series Champs (Nat'l Champs) with Arizona State University. Dodgers 18th rd pk # 401 in 1968. played in Dodgers org '68-'70. Manager of Niagra Falls (N.Y Penn Lg) '82-'84
  200. Former Mariners', White Sox, Athletics' Pitcher
  201. Grant Nelson  (2)
    Baseball Player
  202. Played for rockford peaches in 1943
  203. James Nelson  (3)
    Top Infield Prospect in the Miami Marlins Organization
  204. Former Seattle Mariners player. '80's
  205. Retired former New York Yankees Pitcher
  206. Jeff Nelson  (2)
    Major League Umpire
  207. Jimmy Nelson  (2)
    Tall (6'-6") right-handed pitching prospect who was the #2-round draft pick of the Brewers in 2010
  208. baseball
  209. minor league prospect
  210. Seattle Mariners 1st baseman prospect
  211. Baseball Player
  212. Baseball Player
  213. Baseball Player - Lancaster Barnstormers
  214. Mark Nelson  (5)
    Baseball Player
  215. AAGPBL player; 2nd base for the 1954 Fort Wayne Daisies
  216. MLB pitcher from 1960-69 with Cardinals, Twins & Angels. Pitched a perfect inning in the 1968 World Series. Best season 1968 going 2-1 with one save and a 2.91 ERA. Currently a Scout for Astros
  217. Baseball Player
  218. baseball
  219. Baseball, also started a company called Big League Chew which sells bubble gum in a pouch
  220. MLB first baseman from 1949-61 for Cardinals, Pirates, Dodgers, and Indians. Hit .291 in 1959 and .300 in 1960. 1946 World Series belted a home run and had a .333 batting average. Also played in some of the 1952 World Series
  221. former MLB pitcher - Chicago White Sox (1967), Baltimore Orioles (1968), Kansas City Royals (1970-72,76), Cincinnati Reds (1973-74)
  222. Baseball Player - Grand Prairie Air Hogs
  223. Independent Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Gary SouthShore RailCats Organization
  224. Baseball player; drafted; dodgers #5 2001
  225. Baltimore orioles outfielder 1955-57
  226. AAGPBL player; outfielder for the 1944 Rockford Peaches
  227. Former minor league 3rd baseman. Cardinals 11th rd #280, '85. '85-'87 'A'
  228. Baseball Player
  229. Former major league first baseman; played for Dodgers, Cubs and Senators; father of major leaguer Robb Nen
  230. former MLB pitcher - Texas Rangers (1993), Florida Marlins (1994-97), San Francisco Giants (1998-02)
  231. Baseball Player
  232. Baseball Player
  233. Baseball Player
  234. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Detroit Tigers Organization
  235. AAGPBL player from 1943-1950 for the Racine Belles and Peoria Redwings
  236. Fellow autograph collector, former Twins, Padres and Athletics reliever, Cardinals and now with the Phillies
  237. Outfielder
  238. Former minor league baseball player out of The University of Notre Dame. Giants f/a '56. 1956 Michigan City Whitecaps of the Midwest league
  239. Baseball AA - Akron Areos 2007
  240. Baseball Player
  241. Baseball Player
  242. Venezuelan-born catching prospect signed by the Blue Jays as a free agent in 2009
  243. Baseball Player
  244. Baseball Player
  245. MLB third baseman from 1967-88 for 6 teams. Known as 'Puff'. 6x All - Star, 2x Gold Glove, 1981 ALCS MVP, HR title in 1976 with 32. Best season was 1977 with 97 RS, 37 HR's, & 107 RBI's. Played in 5 World Series. Brother of Jim Nettles
  246. Baseball Player - Bowie Baysox
  247. Former baseball player; Twins, Tigers, Royals, A's; brother of Graig Nettles
  248. Baseball Player
  249. Baseball / Former Outfielder for Angels / 1974-75
  250. Baseball Player
  251. 2nd baseman
  252. Mike Neu  (2)
    Oakland A's pitching prospect in 2002,formerly with the Cincinatti Reds
  253. Baseball player,dodgers 2001
  254. Drafted in the 7th round (206th overall) by the Miami Marlins in 2015
  255. Baseball Player - Macon Music 2007
  256. Baseball / Former Pitcher / One-Time Top Prospect in Brewers Organization - Career Cut Short By Injuries
  257. Baseball player
  258. Baseball Player
  259. Baseball Player
  260. Baseball Player
  261. Baseball Player
  262. Drafted in the 20th round (613rd overall) by the Atlanta Braves in 2014
  263. Baseball Player
  264. Broadcaster - Pittsburgh Pirates
  265. Former MLB Player- Astros; 2002 Reds AA Minor League Team Chatanooga
  266. Right-handed pitching prospect for the Reds in the first half of the 1960s, but just never got the chance to pitch with Jay, Maloney, O'Toole and others ahead of him
  267. Former major league infielder/outfielder/DH; played for Cal State Fullerton, Padres, Rangers, Twins, Cubs, Tigers, Angels & Astros; All-Star 2001; Golden Spikes Award 1992; current manager of Erie Seawolves (AA)
  268. Baseball Player
  269. Independent Minor League Baseball Team
  270. Minor league baseball
  271. Yale Ivy League baseball team
  272. Minor league baseball team
  273. Minor league baseball team AAA team of the MLB team Florida Marlins
  274. Major League Lacrosse (MLL) Team
  275. MLB Baseball Team
  276. Major League Soccer team
  277. Winningest MLB team - 27 World Championships, Yankee Stadium ('House That Babe Ruth Built')
  278. Minor league baseball
  279. Baseball Player
  280. Drafted in the 37th round (1123rd overall) by the Kansas City Royals in 2012
  281. AA Frisco Rough Riders Trainer
  282. Baseball Player
  283. Baseball Player
  284. Baseball Player
  285. Drafted in the 1st round (15th overall) by the Los Angeles Angels in 2014
  286. Former Brooklyn Dodger Pitcher / 1949 NL Rookie of the Year / 1956 Major League Cy Young Award & MVP Member of the 1955 World Series Champs Brooklyn Dodgers the only time the Brooklyn Dodgers ever won a World Series in Brooklyn
  287. Baseball Player
  288. Drafted by the Miami Marlins in the 35th round of the 2015 MLB June Amateur Draft
  289. Drafted in the 7th round (227th overall) by the Miami Marlins in 2012
  290. Baseball player 1987 phillies
  291. Baseball player, first round draft pick for mariners in1991
  292. Manager of Vermont, Former Astros, Orioles and Mets utility man, currently hitting coach for Lake Elsinore (A)
  293. Red Sox Pitcher 1974
  294. Baseball Hall of Famer
  295. Position: Relief Pitcher, Bats: Right, Throws Right, 6-2, 205lb; Born: September 11, 1966 (Age: 51-352d) in New Orleans, LA: Drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 12th round of the 1989 MLB June Amateur Draft. Full Name: James Russell Newlin
  296. former major league infielder; played for Twins, Rangers & Expos; member of Twins 1991 & 1987 World Series championship teams; played college football at San Diego State University; former scout & minor/major league coach
  297. Tall, right-handed pitcher who was the #2 draft pick of the Twins in 1988. He debuted for them in 1999
  298. Baseball Player
  299. Eric Newman  (3)
    Drafted by the San Diego Padres in 1994
  300. Fred Newman  (2)
    Pitcher for the Angels,and Red Sox
  301. Baseball Player
  302. former major league infielder/DH/outfielder/catcher; played for A's & Red Sox; managed A's (1986); 1X All-Star
  303. Independent Baseball - River City Rascals
  304. Baseball Player
  305. Kevin Newman  (2)
    Shortstop prospect who was the #1 draft pick of the Pirates in 2015
  306. Team USA Baseball Player
  307. Baseball Player
  308. Baseball Player
  309. Baseball pitcher
  310. Ryan Newman  (3)
    Baseball Manager
  311. Baseball Player
  312. Baseball player, pitcher, 1929-1953, Brooklyn Dodgers, Chicago Cubs, Detroit Tigers, Washington Senators, St Louis Browns, Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Athletics, New York Yankees, New York Giants
  313. Inf with the albuquerque dukes 1986
  314. Baseball Player
  315. Baseball Player
  316. former major league outfielder; played for White Sox, Mariners & Rangers
  317. Baseball Player - Schaumburg Flyers
  318. Drafted in the 32nd round (960th overall) by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2013
  319. David Newton  (2)
    Baseball Player
  320. Eddie Newton  (2)
    Baseball Player
  321. Baseball Player
  322. Catching prospect who was drafted by the Tigers in 2006 (in the 6th round)
  323. Baseball draft choice for blue jays in 2001
  324. Former Braves Pitching Prospect
  325. Independent Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Lincoln Saltdogs Organization
  326. Kim Ng 
    VP & Assistant General Manager, Los Angeles Dodgers
  327. Baseball Player
  328. Taiwan-born left-handed pitcher signed by the Tigers in 2009 as a free agent. He debuted in 2009 for the Tigers
  329. baseball player 1946
  330. Colorado Rockies pitching prospect
  331. Baseball Player
  332. Pittsburgh Pirates 1977 1st Round Pick, Played a few years with them
  333. Left-handed pitching prospect who was drafted in the 10th round by the Astros in 2013
  334. Baseball Player
  335. Outfield prospect who was drafted by the Cardinals in the 4th round in 1993 and then by the Brewers in the 4th round of the 1994 draft (out of University of New Orleans). He never appeared in a major league game
  336. Brian Nichols  (2)
    Baseball Player
  337. baseball
  338. Chet Nichols  (2)
    MLB pitcher from 1951-64 for the Braves, Red Sox, and Reds. As a rookie in 1951 won the ERA title while winning 11 games. Other seasons: 1961 went 3-2 with 3 saves & 2.09 ERA, then in 1962 went 1-1 with 3 saves & 3.00 ERA. Father was Chet a MLB pitcher
  339. Gary Nichols  (2)
    Positions: Catcher and First Baseman Bats: Right ? Throws: Right 5-11, 185lb (180cm, 83kg) Born: July 29, 1963 (Age: 55-131d) in Martinsville, WV us School: California University of Pennsylvania (California, PA) Full Name: Gary Scott Nichol
  340. Baseball Player
  341. Baseball Player - The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs
  342. Baseball Player - Columbus Clippers
  343. former major league outfielder; played for Expos, Red Sox & White Sox; currently serves minor league farm director for the Milwaukee Brewers
  344. Former Indians starter/ currently the pitching coach for the Lehigh Valley ironpigs
  345. Broadcaster - Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim
  346. MLB outfielder from 1936-53 for Cubs, Phillies, A's. 5x All - Star. Known as 'Swish'. !945 World Series got double, triple, 8 RBI's. In 1943 led league in HR's with 29 and RBI's with 128. In 1944 led league with 116 RS, 33 HR's and 122 RBI's
  347. Minor League Coach
  348. Baseball Player
  349. former major league outfielder; played for Orioles, White Sox, Astros & Braves
  350. Dodgers prospect
  351. minor league baseball player in Detroit Tigers organization-will represent Greece in baseball at the 2004 Olympics
  352. Baseball player drafted by the colorado rockies in 1996
  353. Baseball Player currently in the Trinidad Triggers Organization
  354. aaa baseball players mlb/colorado rockies
  355. Baseball Player
  356. Baseball Player - Gary Southshore Railcats
  357. pitcher (57)
  358. Minor League Baseball player Fitzgerald Pioneers 1951
  359. Diamond Backs 2009 Draft Pick
  360. AA-Northwest Arkansas Naturals
  361. minor league baseball player
  362. Baseball / Pitcher / Prospect in the Detroit Tigers Organization
  363. aaa baseball player mlb/philadelphia phillies
  364. Baseball Player
  365. Baseball Player
  366. Baseball Player
  367. Diamondbacks prospect
  368. Baseball Player, pitcher, Miami Marlins 2015-
  369. Baseball A+ - Wilmington Blue Rocks 2007
  370. Baseball / Catcher 1978-85 / Pirates, Giants, Expos & Blue Jays / First Round Draft Pick in 1973
  371. Baseball Player
  372. Drafted in the 8th round (260th overall) by the New York Mets in 2012
  373. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the New York Yankees Organization
  374. Baseball Coach
  375. Baseball Player - Lincoln Saltdogs
  376. Baseball Player
  377. Baseball / Former Major league Pitcher 1992-96 / First Pick in the 1992 Expansion Draft By Colorado Rockies
  378. former Major League pitcher; played for Dodgers, Cardinals, Orioles & Mariners; member of 1981 Dodgers World Series championship team; married actress Judy Landers
  379. retired baseball player
  380. Baseball / Current 1st Baseman for San Francisco Giants / Son of Former Major Leaguer Joe Niekro
  381. former major league pitcher; played for Braves, Yankees, Indians & Blue Jays; 5X All-Star; member of Baseball Hall of Fame; won 318 games; 3,342 strikeouts
  382. Blue Jay OF Prospect
  383. baseball
  384. Ex MLB Player
  385. Baseball Player
  386. Baseball / 1986-89 / Pitcher For Yankees & White Sox / Attended Brigham Young University
  387. Drafted in the 30th round (905th overall) by the St. Louis Cardinals in 2013
  388. Major League baseball player for the New York Yankees (1986, 1988-89) and the Chicago White Sox (1987)
  389. 12 year MLB veteran (1951-62); 1 year Japan Pro-Ball (1963)
  390. Tampa Bay Rays Pitcher
  391. former major league pitcher; played for Mets, Astros, Pirates, White Sox & Twins; member of 1986 Mets world series championship team; current Mets bullpen coach
  392. Baseball player drafted by the seattle mariners in 1995
  393. AAGPBL; South Bend Blue Sox, Chicago Colleens, Springfield Sallies
  394. Mets prospect
  395. Baseball Player
  396. Baseball Player
  397. Former Minnesota Twin
  398. Baseball Player
  399. Baseball Player
  400. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Seattle Mariners Organization
  401. Former baseball player and former Manager of the Palm Beach Cardinals
  402. Baseball Player
  403. former Mets and Astros pitcher, now in Dodgers chain
  404. Baseball Player
  405. Baseball Player
  406. Baseball Player
  407. aaa baseball players mlb/anahelm angels
  408. Bullpen coach for Chicago White Sox, Former Pitcher, The only man ever to throw a no-hitter in the history of The Milwaukee Brewers
  409. Baseball Player
  410. Baseball / 1990's and early 2000's / Former Major League Outfielder / Atlanta Braves, San Diego Padres & Detroit Tigers
  411. Played baseball for the Portland Sea Dogs.
  412. Boston Red Sox minor league ultility player
  413. Former Nationals, Yankees and Padres catcher, now in Arizona chain
  414. P Colorado Rockies Organization
  415. Baseball Player
  416. Tripple A and Double A baseball player
  417. Baseball player drafted by the oakland a's in 1997
  418. Former Milwaukee Brewers Catcher
  419. Baseball Player
  420. Outfield prospect who was the first-round draft pick of the Mets in 2011
  421. former Negro League star; played for the 1952 Indianapolis Clowns, Philadelphia Stars & Kansas City Monarchs
  422. Baseball Player
  423. Baseball Player
  424. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Kansas City Royals Organization
  425. Former Angels farmhand, current pitching coach for the Helena Brewers (R)
  426. Baseball Player
  427. Baseball A+ - Lynchburg Hillcats 2007
  428. Baseball / Retired Pitcher for the Red Sox / Currently Boston's Pitching Coach
  429. Baseball / Pitcher / Former Diamondback and Rangers, now in Korea for Doosan
  430. Right-handed pitcher who pitched in 4 games for the Boston Red Sox in 1962
  431. former MLB player - detroit tigers (1961-62, 65), cleveland indians (1963)
  432. Baseball Player - Lancaster Barnstormers
  433. Baseball Player
  434. Baseball Player - Brockton Rox
  435. Baseball Player - Grand Prairie Air Hogs
  436. Twins shortstop
  437. A retired Japanese baseball player (1982-95: Lions, Giants; Lotte)
  438. Former Tigers, Braves, Reds and Rangers pitcher; current TV commentator for the Rangers
  439. Drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 25th round of the 2014 MLB June Amateur Draft
  440. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Pittsburgh Pirates Organization
  441. Baseball Player
  442. Baseball/ Former Rangers prospect/ Playing for New Jersey Jackals(Independent league)
  443. Former minor league pitcher. Twins '86-'88 'R','AA'. Mets '89-'91 'AA'
  444. San Diego Padres prospect
  445. Former minor league baseball player. reds 48th round pick 1989, reds 19th round pick 1992. texas a&m university. reds org ('92-97) 'AAA' 1997. brewers org ('98) 'AAA' '98
  446. New York Yankees Infielder. Baseball / former Reds and Rockies IF / Laynce Nix' brother
  447. Former Brewers, Rangers, White Sox, Reds and Nationals OF, currently with Philadelphia
  448. Baseball AA - Mississippi Braves 2007
  449. former Mariners and Giants outfielder,is Otis Nixon's brother
  450. Baseball player
  451. former MLB player - New York Yankees (1983), Cleveland Indians (1984-87), Montreal Expos (1988-90), Atlanta Braves (1991-93,99), Boston Red Sox (1994), Texas Rangers (1995), Toronto Blue Jays (1996-97), Los Angeles Dodgers (1997), Minnesota Twins (1998)
  452. Baseball Player
  453. Baseball / Former MLB Manager for Atlanta Braves & Cincinnati Reds / Also a Successful Minor League Coach and Manager
  454. New York Mets outfielder. Best known for being longtime RF for Boston Red Sox (1996-2006). Also played for Cleveland Indians (2007) and Arizona Diamondbacks AAA team (2008)
  455. Baseball - 1950's w/Red Sox
  456. Baseball Player
  457. Negro Leaguer
  458. Former Major League Infielder
  459. Baseball / Infielder / 1987 Chicago Cubs & 1990 Cincinnati Reds
  460. Baseball player drafted by the los angeles dodgers in 1987
  461. Top Outfield Prospect for the Dunedin Blue Jays Organization
  462. Baseball Player - Brockton Rox
  463. Baseball Player
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  465. Todd Noel  (2)
    Right-handed pitcher who was the #1 draft pick of the Cubs in 1996. He never appeared in a major league game
  466. Baseball Player
  467. former Yankees prospect, pitcher, now in Mariners chain
  468. Baseball Player - Washington Wild Things
  469. Top Pitching Prospect in the New York Mets Organization, currently with the St. Lucie Mets (Minor League)
  470. Drafted in the 34th round (1032nd overall) by the Oakland Athletics in 2014
  471. Baseball Player
  472. Baseball
  473. MLB catcher from 1985-95 for Tigers, Giants, Yankees, Orioles, Rockies. Best season in 197 as an All - Star, Silver Slugger wi69 RS, 32 Home runs, 87 RBI's, .289 BA & 3rd for R.O.Y. Hit HR in 1987 ALCS against Twins. Minor league coach
  474. Drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 22nd round of the 2011 MLB June Amateur Draft and the Philadelphia Phillies in the 1st round (7th) of the 2014 MLB June Amateur Draft
  475. Drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 48th round of the 2008 MLB June Amateur Draft, the Toronto Blue Jays in the 31st round of the 2011 MLB June Amateur Draft and the Miami Marlins in the 5th round of the 2012 MLB June Amateur Draft
  476. Former baseball player
  477. former major league pitcher; played for Reds & Angels; 1X All-Star; 2X World Series champion
  478. Baseball / Former MLB Catcher / New York Mets (1972), Atlanta Braves (1975-80), Cincinnaiti Reds (1980-81), and Baltimore Orioles (1982-85)
  479. Kevin Nolan  (2)
    Baseball Player
  480. Baseball Player
  481. Minor leaguer
  482. Baseball Player
  483. Position: Outfielder Bats: Left ? Throws: Right 5-9, 173lb (175cm, 78kg) Born: December 5, 1968 (Age: 50-002d) in Winchester, KY us Draft: Drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 13th round of the 1988 MLB June Amateur Draft from Central Florid
  484. Baseball Player
  485. Minnesota twins pitcher, formerly Florida Marlins Pitcher (2006-Present), former Chicago Cubs prospect
  486. Former baseball player
  487. Baseball Player
  488. Baseball / Pitcher / Played for 6 Different Teams Including the Phillies / 1979-90
  489. Baseball Player
  490. Baseball Player
  491. Baseball Player
  492. Charles Nolte  (2)
    Baseball Player
  493. Baseball Player
  494. former major league pitcher; played for Padres & Rangers
  495. Baseball Player
  496. Winningest Japanese born pitcher in MLB history. Currently with the Kansas City Royals. Has pitched for LA Dodgers, Milwaukee, Boston, Detroit, Tampa Bay, and NY Mets
  497. Japanese Baseball Legend. 5-Time Pacific League MVP. Japanese Baseball HOF Member.
  498. Shortstop for the Hiroshima Toyo Carp (Japanese Baseball)
  499. SF Giants 1st Rnd Draft pick - 2007 - 2b
  500. Baseball Player