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  1. Baseball player usa baseball team
  2. Drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 10th round of the 2015 MLB June Amateur Draft
  3. Baseball Player
  4. Astros minor leaguer
  5. Baseball / 1980's New York Mets / Hard Throwing Relief Pitcher / Unusual Habit of Hat Flying Off His Head on Every Pitch
  6. Braves Baseball
  7. Baseball Player
  8. Cuban national team 2nd baseman from 1983-2001 Olympic games and pan am games champion
  9. aaa baseball players mlb/atlanta braves
  10. Colorado Rockies pitching prospect
  11. Baseball Player
  12. Baseball player in Detroit Tigers farm system
  13. Baseball Player
  14. Baseball Player - Altoona Curve
  15. infielder/catcher for the Colorado Rockies
  16. Baseball Player
  17. Tony Pacheco  (2)
    Coached the Cleveland Indians in the 70's
  18. aaa baseball players mlb/los angeles dodgers
  19. Baseball Player
  20. baseball-1984 Olympian/Cincinnati Reds 1987-'88
  21. Baseball Player
  22. Former Brewers 1B (1987); Japan Baseball Star (1988-93)
  23. Baseball Player
  24. former major leaguer; played in one game in 1963 for the Colt .45s; went 3-3 & two walks
  25. San diego padres 16th round #430 1994. Padres org '95-'99. Los Angeles Dodgers org '00-'02. 2000 California League Champions, 2002 Southern League Champions. 2003 Berkshire (Northeast League)
  26. former major league outfielder/first basemen; played for Mets, Braves, White Sox, Mariners, Rangers & Dodgers
  27. Baseball Player currently in the Topeka Train Robbers Organization
  28. Former minor league pitcher. New York Mets 49th round pick # 1365 in 1992. Played '93-'96 in 'R'-'A'
  29. Baseball umpire debut 2000
  30. Baseball Player
  31. Pitcher for angels in 1976. 4 games
  32. Baseball Player, Padres Prospect
  33. Former baseball player
  34. Baseball player drafted y the baltimore orioles in 1984
  35. Fomer Minor League Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia Phillies and Florida Marlins Outfielder/Playing Indy League in 2008
  36. Baseball Player currently in the Alpine Cowboys Organization
  37. Eric Padilla  (2)
    Baseball Player
  38. Baseball Player
  39. Baseball / Outfielder / Formerly Played for Phillies and Nationals/ now in Padres organization
  40. Pitcher - New York Mets
  41. Baseball Player - Gary Southshore Railcats
  42. Baseball Player
  43. Former Diamondback, Phillies, Rangers and Dodgers starting pitcher. Now with Red Sox
  44. Third base prospect drafted by the Rockies in the 5th round in 2014
  45. Baseball Player
  46. Baseball Player
  47. Baseball Player
  48. Baseball A+ - Stockton Ports 2007
  49. Baseball player
  50. Baseball/Cincinnati Reds prospect
  51. Former MLB catcher with the Kansas City Royals from 1969-1974
  52. Baseball Coach California Angels 1961-66
  53. Baseball Player
  54. Baseball Player
  55. Top Infield Prospect in the New York Mets Organization, currently with the St. Lucie Mets (Minor League)
  56. MLB outfielder, 3rd baseman from 1942-59 for Cubs, Dodgers, Braves. Known as 'Handy Andy' or 'Pruschka'. 5x All - Star. Best season was 1940 with 82 RS, 30 doubles, 2 triples, 26 HR's, 101 RBI, .312 BA. 4 W.S.has 3 doubles & triple
  57. Angel Pagan  (3)
    former Mets OF, now with Giants
  58. former major league pitcher; played for Yankees, Orioles, Pirates and Mariners
  59. Drafted in the 10th round (297th overall) by the Seattle Mariners in 2013
  60. former MLB player - san francisco giants (1959-65), pittsburg pirates (1965-72), philadelphia phillies (1973)
  61. Baseball Player - Sioux City Explorers
  62. Baseball player drafted by the detroit tigers in 1992
  63. Greg Page  (2)
    Baseball player drafted by the san francisco giants in 1998
  64. Played 20 games for Braves in 1968
  65. Outfielder for the Oakland Athletics (1977-1983)and the Pittsburgh Pirates (1984). Abascal (Angels Player)in the movie Angels in the Outfield
  66. Baseball Player
  67. Baseball / 1978-83 / First Baseman & DH for Cubs and Indians / Nickname: 'Pongo'
  68. Outfielder
  69. Baseball Player
  70. MLB catcher from 1955-1969 for Red Sox, Pirates, A's, Pilots. Known as 'Pag'. Led league for most double plays turned as a catcher (14) in 1965 & hit 17 HR, 65 RBI, .268 BA. Made his MLB debut at 17 years old. Caught Catfish Hunter's Perfect Game
  71. baseball,yankees
  72. former Rockies backup catcher, currently with Indians
  73. former St Louis Cardinals catcher
  74. Negro Leaguer
  75. pitcher - Wilimington Blue Rocks - Carolina League Class A - advanced affiliate of the Boston Red Sox (MLB Team)
  76. Baseball Player
  77. Baseball Player
  78. Baseball player for the bulls
  79. Daughter of Satchell Paige, HOF baseball pitcher
  80. Negro League Legend, one of the greatest pitchers who ever lived, baseball Hall of Famer
  81. Daughter of Satchell Paige, HOF baseball pitcher
  82. Baseball player drafted by the flordia marlins in 1995
  83. Chicago White Sox shortstop prospect,was 15th round pick in 2008 draft
  84. 2021 MLB 1st Round Projected Pick
  85. Career Minor leaguer in the Red Sox Organization
  86. MLB pitcher (1993-2003 Rockies, Cardinals, Blue Jays, Brewers) Current pitching coach for West Tennessee (AA)
  87. Baseball Player - Florence Freedom
  88. Catcher for the AAGPBL; actress and technical advisor in the film 'A League of Their Own'; wrote 'The All American Girls Professional Baseball League Song'
  89. Baseball Player
  90. Baseball Player
  91. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Colorado Rockies Organization
  92. SS for the Minnesota Twins
  93. Top Outfield Prospect in the Toronto Blue Jays Organization
  94. Baseball Player
  95. Baseball Player
  96. *0,s Kansas City Royals Catcher
  97. Baseball Player - Fort Myers Miracle
  98. Former Cardinal & Pirate pitcher
  99. Baseball Player
  100. Pitcher, Washington Senators. Pitched one game in his MLB career and didn't record an out (8/13/1939). Faced four batters (including Ted Williams, Jimmie Foxx, Joe Cronin), walking three of them, hit the fourth. World War 2 veteran
  101. Baseball Player - Nashua Pride
  102. Baseball Player - Nashua Pride 2007
  103. Baseball Player
  104. Former MLB Umpire, Head Of Umpires
  105. Short Stop for the AAGPBL
  106. AAGPBL player 1949-1950; right-fielder for the Racine Belles, Grand Rapids Chicks and Rockford Peaches
  107. Baseball AA - Arkansas Travelers 2007
  108. Former player for the Brooklyn Dodgers
  109. Baseball Player - Myrtle Beach Pelicans
  110. Baseball Player
  111. Arizona Diamondbacks 2013 3rd round pick,outfielder/1st baseman prospect
  112. Baseball / 1988-94 & 1996-98 / Pitcher for White Sox, Phillies, Yankees, Cubs & Marlins / Played College at University of Illinois
  113. Baseball Player
  114. Full Name: Neil Andre Pallante Age: 21 (September 18, 1998) Birthplace: Mission Viejo, CA Bats/Throws: R/R Ht: 6' 0' Wt: 203 Draft: Round 4 (2019, STL) School: UC Irvine
  115. Drafted in the 10th round (308th overall) by the Oakland Athletics in 2015
  116. Baseball - P Arkansas - 2022 MLB Projected 1st Round Pick
  117. Openly Gay Ex-Major League Umpire
  118. Pitcher 1948 Boston red Sox
  119. minor league team: major league affiliate - St. Louis Cardinals
  120. Top Outfield Prospect in the New York Yankees Organization
  121. Baseball Player
  122. Retired outfielder former Cardinal, Astro and Angel
  123. Baseball Player
  124. former First Baseman/ Played for Cubs, Rangers, Orioles/ Has 500+ HRs and 3000+ Hits
  125. former Expos,Braves,and Phillies starting pitcher
  126. former Rangers,Tigers and Royals 3rd baseman
  127. Baseball Player
  128. MLB H.O.F. pitcher from 1965-84 for Orioles. Known as 'Cakes'. 3x Cy Young, 6x All - Star, 2x ERA Titles, 4 Gold Gloves, Over a span of 9 seasons won 20 or more games 8 times. Was in 6 World Series going 4-2 with 3.20 ERA
  129. Mlb pitcher- san diego and philadelphia
  130. Baseball Player - Bradenton Juice 2007
  131. former Angels starter, currently in Padres chain
  132. Baseball statistician
  133. Drafted in the 31st round (931st overall) by the Baltimore Orioles in 2014
  134. Right-handed pitching prospect drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 3rd round in 2020
  135. Will Palmer  (2)
    Baseball Player
  136. Miwaukee Brewers Catching Prospect
  137. Baseball Miami
  138. Baseball Player AA - Frisco Rough Riders
  139. Baseball player with the 1960 Dodgers and 1961 Twins
  140. Tall (6'8'), right-handed pitching prospect drafted in the 20th round by the Cardinals in 2003. He never pitched in a major league game
  141. Baseball Player
  142. Baseball player drafted by the los angeles dodgers in 1996
  143. Baseball Player
  144. Joe Palumbo  (2)
    Baseball Player
  145. former major league outfielder; played for Phillies & Reds
  146. Baseball Player
  147. Prospect in the Toronto Blue Jays Organization
  148. Baseball Player
  149. Baseball Player
  150. Baseball Player
  151. Baseball player for expos
  152. Baseball Player
  153. Baseball - York Revolution
  154. Former minor league pitcher out of U.C.L.A, Angels 6th round pick #108, 1974. '74-'77 ('A'-'AAA')
  155. Left-handed hitting shortstop prospect, who was the #1 draft pick of the Giants in 2011
  156. 2B West Michigan Whitecaps. Detroit Tigers selection in 7th round (No. 220 overall) of the 2014 MLB Draft out of the University of South Carolina... signed with the Tigers on June 17, 2014. Born: 11.23.92 in Easley, South Carolina
  157. Former major league second baseman; played for Red Sox & Astros; currently manages the Jackson Generals (A)
  158. Baseball Player
  159. Baseball Player
  160. Baseball Coach
  161. AAGPBL player from Edmonton, Alberta
  162. Baseball Player - Schaumburg Flyers
  163. Baseball Player
  164. Former baseball player 1971-1973; played for A's, Rangers and Braves
  165. Baseball / Outfielder in Indians Farm System Iowa--born outfield prospect who was drafted in the 15th round by the Indians in 2002. He never played in a major league game
  166. Baseball Player
  167. Commissioner of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (summer collegiate baseball)
  168. A pitcher in the Baltimore Orioles farm system in the late 1950s; he pitched in only a game or two for them in 1961 and again in 1962
  169. Baseball Player
  170. Former Texas Ranger baseball player
  171. Baseball player drafted by the cincinnati reds in 2000
  172. Baseball / Pitcher / Drafted By Chicago Cubs In June 2006 / Brother Of Current Red Sox All-Star Jon Papelbon
  173. Boston Red Sox #1 Pitching Prospect; Former Red Sox; Signed four-year deal with Phillies in the 2011 offseason
  174. Baseball / Pitcher / Drafted By Boston Red Sox In June 2006 / Brother Of Current Red Sox All-Star Jon Papelbon
  175. Outfield prospect who was the #1 draft pick of the Indians in 2014
  176. retired baseball player for the cardinals, expos, redsox and tigers.
  177. Former catcher for LSU. Drafted by he Houston Astros in 2017
  178. Brief baseball career as a catcher for the Chicago Cubs & STL Cardinals in early '90s
  179. Pitcher. atlanta braves 44th round pick # 1078 overall 1987
  180. Pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles (1957-1965), Cincinnati Reds (1966-1968), Atlanta Braves (1968-1970) and the Chicago Cubs (1970-1973). 3x All-Star selection. Pitched a no-hitter on September 2, 1972
  181. Baseball / 1993-2003 / A's, Royals, Mets, Cardinals, Tigers / Versatile Infielder - Outfielder
  182. Baseball Player
  183. Baseball Player
  184. Baseball Georgia Tech
  185. former Baltimore Orioles first round draft pick; never made to the big leagues
  186. A's prospect
  187. Baseball player drafted by the detroit tigers in 1986
  188. Baseball Player
  189. P Blue Jays Top Prospect (Born in Brazil on Jan. 5, 2001)
  190. former major league catcher; played for Orioles & Phillies
  191. Baseball Player
  192. Minor League Coach Currently in the Arizona Diamondbacks Organization
  193. Drafted in the 38th round (1140th overall) by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2014
  194. Baseball Player
  195. Drafted by the Houston Astros in the 26th round of the 2009 MLB June Amateur Draft
  196. Baseball Player
  197. Baseball Player currently in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Organization
  198. Baseball Player
  199. Baseball Player
  200. Cubs Prospect
  201. Miami Marlins Infielder
  202. Former Montreal Expos Second Baseman
  203. Baseball Player
  204. Baseball Player
  205. Baseball Player
  206. Former major league catcher; played for Padres, Rangers, Phillies, Pirates, Tigers, Orioles and Cubs, currently managing the Arkansas Travelers
  207. Head Baseball Coach of the University of North Florida Ospreys
  208. Baseball Player
  209. Baseball Player - Gary Southshore Railcats
  210. Baseball player drafted by the los angeles dodgers in 1988
  211. Baseball Player
  212. Bats: Right ? Throws: Right 5-11, 160lb (180cm, 72kg) Born: September 7, 1966 (Age: 52-105d) Full Name: Juan A. Paris
  213. MLB 1st, 2nd, 3rd baseman from 182-88 (6 yrs) for Cardinals, Orioles, White Sox, Reds. Best in 1988 with 44 at - bats hit 3 HR's, 6 RBI's and .250 BA
  214. Baseball Player
  215. Baseball Player
  216. Baseball Player
  217. Baseball Player
  218. Baseball Player - Springfield Cardinals
  219. Matt Parish  (2)
    Independent Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Joplin Blasters Organization
  220. former Cardinals reliever, currently in the Dodgers organization
  221. Twins 1b
  222. Baseball Staff - Rochester Red Wings
  223. Baseball / Pitcher / Former LA Dodgers and Texas Rangers Starting Hurler / Started 2007 Season in NY Mets Farm System
  224. Yankees SS
  225. Fresno Grizzlies mascot
  226. Baseball player drafted by the los angeles dodgers in 1997
  227. Billy Parker  (3)
    He debuted with the Angels in 1971. Billy passed away in 2003, in Arizona
  228. Chicago Cubs Pitcher
  229. Baseball Player
  230. Baseball Player
  231. baseball
  232. former college/AAFC quarterback; played for Duke University, Boston Yanks; Brooklyn Dodgers & NY Yankees; coached baseball at Duke University; member of College & Pro Football Hall of Fames; All-American; played MLB shortstop, 2nd & 3rd for A's 1937-38
  233. former major league pitcher; played for Tigers, Mariners & Yankees
  234. former MLB player - pittsburgh pirates ('73-'82). cincinnati reds ('84-'87), oakland athletics ('88-'89), milwaukee brewers ('90), california angels ('91), toronto blue jays ('91),was recently diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease
  235. Baseball Player
  236. Harry Parker  (2)
    Mets Pitcher 60's and 70's
  237. Former MLB Player - outfielder, San Francisco Giants (2015-18)
  238. former Dbacks prospect, now in A's chain
  239. Jason Parker  (3)
    Baseball Player
  240. Baseball Player
  241. Minor League Baseball pitcher from Cooleernee NC. Drafted by the Phillis 65th Overall in the 1965 amateur draft.
  242. John Parker  (2)
    Minor league baseball player born 8/3/78 in Shawnee OK. Played for the Evansville Otters and the Bangor Lumberjacks in Independent Leagues one year.
  243. Baseball Player
  244. Drafted by the Rockies in the first round in 2010
  245. Baseball A - Dayton Dragons 2007
  246. Baseball Player
  247. Baseball Player
  248. Washington Nationals minor league baseball player
  249. Baseball Player
  250. Former major league baseball player with the San Francisco Giants
  251. Rick Parker  (2)
    Played baseball for the giants in 1990
  252. MLB shortstop and first baseman for 1936 Tigers. Batted .280 in 25 at-bats. Many years in MLB as a coach for the Angels. Got nickname for eating lots of salted peanuts. Manager for 1967 Mets for 11 games, going 4-7 & the 1972 Astros for 1 game & the win
  253. Baseball player drafted by the texas rangers in 1989
  254. A's outfield prospect
  255. Baseball Player - Fort Worth Cats
  256. Tim Parker  (3)
    James Timothy Parker Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 3rd round of the 1990 MLB June Amateur Draft from Clemson University (Clemson, SC)
  257. Travis Parker  (2)
    Baseball Player
  258. MLB 1st baseman, outfielder, 164-72 for Dodgers. 6X Gold Gloves. 'Mr. Steady' led league in doubles in 1970 getting 84 RS, 47 doubles, 4 triples, 10 HR, 111 RBI, .319 BA. Two W.S. (1x Champ) had 2 doubles, triple, HR, .278 BA. Broadcaster for Reds
  259. Left-handed pitcher who was drafted in the 21st round by the Rockies in 2000
  260. P Phillies Top Prospect
  261. Drafted in the 33rd round (996th overall) by the Texas Rangers in 2014
  262. Baseball umpire debut 1979
  263. Former MiLB player with Red Sox from 1977-82. Started baseball's longest game
  264. Baseball / 1992-94 / Twins Backup Catcher / Drafted in First Round of 1986 Draft (10th Overall)
  265. Baseball Player
  266. AAGPBL player 1950-1951 for the Kenosha Comets and Chicago Colleens
  267. Baseball / Minnesota Twins Prospect / Outfielder / Picked in First Round of 2006 Draft
  268. Baseball Player
  269. Drafted in the 21st round (635th overall) by the Cincinnati Reds in 2014
  270. Baseball Player
  271. Right-handed pitcher drafted by the Mets in the 9th round in 2005
  272. Former minor league pitchers. royals f/a 1989. ( indy league '88 )
  273. MLB pitcher from 1947-56 for Red Sox. Known as 'Dusy'. 2x All-Star./ In 1949 led league with 25 wins, losing 7, 2 saves plus ERA title of 2.77.In 1950 went 18-10, 3 saves & 1951 went 18-11, 2 saves. No-Hitter in 1956. Broadcaster many years for Red Sox
  274. Baseball Player
  275. Atlanta Braves middle reliever(39)
  276. Outfield prospect drafted by the Padres in the 2nd round in 2013
  277. Seattle Mariners starting pitcher,formerly with the Chicago White Sox
  278. Baseball A+ - Myrtle Beach Pelicans 2007
  279. Drafted in the 15th round (450th overall) by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2013
  280. Baseball Player
  281. Boston Redsox 1977 7th round # 169. '77-'79 'R'-'A'
  282. Baseball Player
  283. Baseball player pitcher for braves
  284. Baseball Player - Sioux Falls Canaries
  285. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Arizona Diamondbacks Organization
  286. Baseball A - South Bend Silver Hawks 2007
  287. Twins pitcher late 1990's
  288. Jose Parra  (2)
    Baseball Player
  289. Baseball Player
  290. Baseball Player
  291. Cincinnati Reds pitcher, formerly Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher
  292. OF, former Astros prospect, currently with Atlanta
  293. Baseball Player
  294. Top Catching Prospect in the Tampa Bay Rays Organization
  295. MLB pitcher 1986-96 for Expos, Rockies, Braves, A's, Cardinals, Phillies. Best in 1988 with 12-4. 6 saves, 2.65 ERA & 1989 was 12-6, 6 saves, 2.98 ERA, & 1992 went 9-1 with 3.02 ERA
  296. Baseball Player
  297. Negro League baseball player with the New York Cubans, New York Black Yankees and Louisville Buckeyes
  298. Baseball Player
  299. St. Louis Cardinals Broadcaster with Fox Sports
  300. former major league pitcher; played for Reds, Pirates, Blue Jays and Pirates
  301. Drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the 8th round out of Florida State University. He also pitched for USA Baseball Collegiate National team in 2018
  302. Baseball AA - Altoona Curve 2006
  303. baseball
  304. former major league catcher; played for Tigers, Phillies, Angels, Blue Jays, Mariners, Indians & Pirates; 8X All-Star; member of Tigers 1984 World Series championship team
  305. Current manager of the West Michigan Whitecaps. Former Montreal Expos, Texas Rangers and Boston Red Sox catcher/DH. Previously managed the Toledo Mud hens and hitting coach for the Atlanta Braves
  306. Baseball / 1977-1981 / Pitcher / Orioles & Mariners / Picked in the First Round of 1973 Draft
  307. Right-handed pitcher who was the 9th-round draft pick of the Cardinals in 2001
  308. Baseball Player
  309. Baseball Player - Fort Worth Cats
  310. former major league pitcher; played for A's & Brewers
  311. Retired Mariners outfielder
  312. Chris Parsons  (2)
    Baseball Coach
  313. MLB Pitcher (1963-65 Pirates, Mets)
  314. Pitcher
  315. General Manager of the Lansing Lugnuts minor league baseball team
  316. Baseball Player
  317. AAGPBL player for the 1953-1954 Rockford Peaches
  318. Baseball Player
  319. Baseball 1940's w/Red Sox and Browns
  320. Stanwood Wendell Partenheimer (October 21, 1922 - January 28, 1989) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the Boston Red Sox (1944) and St. Louis Cardinals (1945)
  321. Baseball Player
  322. Baseball Player - El Paso Diablos
  323. Right-hander who pitched in a few games for the Kansas City Royals in 1978, 1979, and 1981
  324. MLB pitcher from 1954-71 for Senators, Reds, Dodgers, Twins & Indians; 5x All-Star; brother of major league pitcher, Carlos Pascual. 2x 20-plus wins. Led league 3x in K's, 3x in complete games, & 3x in shut outs. Best season 1963, 21-9 with 2.46 ERA
  325. 1950 Washington Senators pitcher
  326. Baseball Player
  327. Independent Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Gateway Grizzlies Organization
  328. signed by Buffalo Bisons AAA baseball team of the New York Mets played for Montreal Expos and Oklahoma Sooners Full Name: Valentino Martin Pascucci
  329. Baseball Player
  330. Baseball Player
  331. former major league pitcher; played for Tigers & Twins
  332. Baseball Player
  333. Baseball player drafted by the detroit tigers in 1990
  334. 1978 Seattle Mariners Rookie Catcher
  335. Baseball Player
  336. former major league outfielder; played for White Sox & Yankees; minor league Rookie of the Year 1985; currently works for White Sox
  337. Drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 20th round of the 2012 MLB June Amateur Draft
  338. IF Royals Prospect
  339. Third Baseman- New England Riptide
  340. Baseball Player - Altoona Curve
  341. MLB pitcher from 1935-47 for Cubs, Pirates & Phillies. Was 20-13 with 2.50 ERA in 1940 & 19-14 with 2.68 in 1942. 4-time All - Star. Led league in K's in 1939. World Series in 1945 giving up 7 hits in 16 2/3 innings with 2.70 ERA
  342. Baseball Coach
  343. Minor league baseball player. 2009 Kansas City T-Bones, Northern League
  344. Baseball player drafted by the milwaukee brewers in 1996
  345. MLB pitcher 1979-86 for Reds, Twins. Best in 1980 going 13-7, 3.27 ERA & 1986 went 3-1, 2 saves, 4.01. ERA. In 1979 NLCS started one game, 7 IP, 2,57 ERA. Christian Radio talk show host - KKLA (99.5, Los Angeles)
  346. baseball
  347. former Atlanta Braves shortstop/second baseman
  348. Baseball Player currently in the White Sands Pupfish Organization
  349. Baseball/Los Angeles Angels prospect
  350. Retired baseball player- Expos (1980)
  351. Drafted in the 8th round of 1999 June Draft by the Cubs, on Team Best 2000 Rookies cards number 65 and 178
  352. retired baseball player for the pirates, royals and angels.
  353. Right-handed pitcher signed by Pirates as a free-agent in 2008; born in India
  354. Baseball Player
  355. Baseball Player
  356. Baseball Player
  357. Baseball Player
  358. Baseball Player
  359. Baseball / San Diego Padres Pitcher
  360. Outfielder
  361. American baseball player and clown, best known as the Clown Prince of Baseball. Patkin was the third 'officially' crowned Clown Prince of Baseball, after Al Schacht and Jackie Price, though that sobriquet has also been applied to St. Lou
  362. Baseball Coach
  363. Baseball Player currently in the Traverse City Beach Bums Organization
  364. Baseball Player
  365. Baseball Player
  366. Drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 7th round of the June 1999 draft. Team Best Rookies card numbers 66, and 179
  367. former major league pitcher; played for Pirates, Rangers, Padres, Cubs & Angels
  368. Drafted in the 7th round (237th overall) by the Los Angeles Angels in 2012
  369. Baseball Player
  370. Former major league outfielder; played for Reds, Orioles, Cubs, Nationals, Blue Jays, Brewers and Cardinals; #3 pick overall 1998 MLB Draft; son of former NFL defensive back, Don Patterson
  371. pitcher (28)
  372. Former major league relief pitcher. Played for the Detroit Tigers (1968 - 1971) Oakland A's (1971) St. Louis Cardinals (1971) and Pittsburgh Pirates (1974). Member of the 1968 World Series Champions Detroit Tigers
  373. Baseball / Los Angeles Dodgers 1979-81 / Relief Pitcher
  374. Former minor league baseball player. san fran giants 14th rd pick 1986
  375. former Cubs prospect, brother of Corey Patterson, now in Tigers chain
  376. Baseball A - Charleston River Dogs 2007
  377. Pitching coach with the Toronto Blue Jays
  378. Baseball Player
  379. Drafted in the 35th round by the Minnesota Twins in the 1993 draft
  380. Baseball player drafted by the florida marlins in 1992
  381. infielder (43)
  382. Right-handed pitcher from late in the 1988 draft; he appeared in in three games for the New York Yankees in 1995
  383. Jim Patterson  (3)
    Drafted in the 18th round (551st overall) by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2010
  384. Baseball/Pitcher for Washington Nationals/Formerly With Arizona Diamondbacks
  385. Former SF Giants' infielder
  386. Baseball Player
  387. Former Yankees,White Sox,and Cubs reliever/spot-starter/ Current pitching coach for Arkansas Travelers
  388. Baseball Player
  389. Baseball Player - Schaumburg Flyers
  390. 1981 A's; 1981-82 NYY; 1985 Nippon Ham Fighters (Japan): OF/DH
  391. Baseball A - Charleston River Dogs 2007
  392. Baseball Player
  393. Chicago White Sox pitcher whose career began in 1981
  394. Negro League, Indianapolis Clowns
  395. Baseball AA - New Hampshire Fisher Cats 2006
  396. Actor: Gilmore Girls, Little Big League, Vengeance Unlimited, Them, Little Big league, Aliens in America, Saw IV. Also a minor league baseball pitcher for the Braves and Yankees in the 1980s
  397. Baseball AA - Trenton Thunder 2006
  398. Drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 10th round of the 2014 MLB June Amateur Draft
  399. Baseball umpire debut 2014
  400. MLB pitcher from 1968-80 for Angels, Pilots, Brewers, Red Sox, Royals. All - Star. Known as 'Bulldog or Duck'. 1972 went 17-13 with 3.24 ERA. In 1980 World Series had 1 IP, no hits, no runs and struckout 2 batters
  401. Baseball Player
  402. Baseball Player
  403. Baseball - Played one game for the 1944 Boston Braves
  404. Baseball Player
  405. Baseball Player
  406. Baseball Player - Sioux Falls Canaries
  407. Baseball player drafted by white sox in '92
  408. Baseball Player
  409. Baltimore orioles catcher 1957
  410. Baseball / Pitcher for the Orioles/ formerly with the Astros
  411. 1993 Blue Jay draft pick
  412. Baseball Player
  413. Chris Paul  (3)
    Top Infield Prospect in the Minnesota Twins Organization
  414. Infielder
  415. Baseball Player - Sioux City Explorers
  416. minor league prospect
  417. Former Angels, Rays and White Sox catcher, current manager of the Staten Island Yankees
  418. former major league pitcher; played or Cubs, Indians and Rangers
  419. Baseball Player
  420. Former Dodgers and Pirates OF, now in Reds organization
  421. Drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 31st round of the 2014 MLB June Amateur Draft
  422. Baseball Player
  423. Baseball Player
  424. Baseball Player
  425. Relief pitcher in the Mariners organization. Former Tigers, Padres, and Red Sox pitcher
  426. Minor league infielder from Butler University
  427. Baseball Player
  428. Signed by the Detroit Tigers as a 16 year old
  429. Baseball Player
  430. Baseball Player
  431. Baseball Player
  432. Baseball Player
  433. Cleveland Indians prospect
  434. Baseball Player
  435. former Cubs 2nd base prospect from 1990,played for Charlotte Knights in 1991
  436. Kansas City Royals Pitcher
  437. Top Pitching Prospect in the Philadelphia Phillies Organization
  438. Baseball Player
  439. Baseball Player
  440. former Pirates, Marlins and Mets catcher, now in Orioles chain. Was suspended for PEDs
  441. Baseball Player
  442. Baseball Player
  443. Baseball Player
  444. Baseball AA - Binghamton Mets 2006
  445. Baseball Player
  446. Baseball Player
  447. Baseball Player - Gary Southshore Railcats
  448. Baseball - Cincinnati Reds Prospect
  449. Baseball- Pitcher. Currently with the Minnesota Twins. Previously played for the Montreal Expos, Florida Marlins,New York Yankees, and Cleveland Indians
  450. Baseball player drafted by the baltimore orioles in 1990
  451. Baseball Player
  452. aaa baseball players mlb/pittsburgh pirates
  453. Bats: Right , Throws: Right Height: 5' 11' , Weight: 209 lb. Born: July 13, 1938 in Milwaukee, WI Signed by the Cincinnati Redlegs as an amateur free agent (bonus baby) in 1956.
  454. Former NY Mets Bullpen and Pitching Coach.
  455. Former Chicago Cubs Minor Leaguer/Formerly With Colorado Organization
  456. Former major league pitcher/Texas Rangers
  457. Baseball Player currently in the River City Rascals Organization
  458. Baseball player drafted by the anaheim angels in 2002
  459. Baseball Player
  460. Ex MLB SS Cleveland Indians 1955
  461. Broadcaster - Cleveland Indians
  462. Former major league pitcher, Chicago White Sox, California Angels, Baltimore O's. Current Head Baseball Coach Auburn University, former coach College of Charleston
  463. Mascots for the Pawtucket Red Sox
  464. Detroit Tigers mascot
  465. Former Red Sox AAA Affiliate - team had moved to Worcester, Ma. See Worcester Red Sox
  466. Baseball Player
  467. Baseball Trainer - Nashville Sounds
  468. Baseball Player
  469. Baseball Player - Lincoln Saltdogs
  470. Baseball Player
  471. Starting pitcher for the Seattle Mariners
  472. Former Indians,Red Sox Pitcher - A Top Rookie of 1977
  473. Baseball Player
  474. Baseball A+ - Myrtle Beach Pelicans 2007
  475. Baseball Player - AA Frisco Rough Riders
  476. Baseball Player
  477. Baseball Player
  478. Aaron Payne  (2)
    Baseball Player
  479. AAGPBL player 1949-1951 for the Springfield Sallies, Kalamazoo Lassies, Muskegon Lassies, Rockford Peaches and Battle Creek Belles
  480. Baseball Player - Lincoln Saltdogs
  481. Baseball / Outfielder / Padres Prospect / Picked in 1st Round of 2007 Draft
  482. Baseball Player
  483. Baseball Player
  484. Baseball Player
  485. Baltimore Orioles outfielder
  486. CF Mets 1998
  487. Drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 31st round of the 2010 MLB June Amateur Draft, the Cleveland Indians in the 16th round of the 2013 MLB June Amateur Draft and the New York Yankees in the 7th round of the 2014 MLB June Amateur Draft
  488. Baseball Player
  489. Baseball Player - Corpus Christi Hooks
  490. Former baseball player
  491. Baseball Player
  492. former Nationals pitcher, now with Oakland, a top prospect
  493. Baseball player for the Potomac Nationals
  494. Baseball Player
  495. Matt Peacock  (2)
    P Diamondbacks Organization
  496. Jim Pearce  (2)
    former baseball-Reds
  497. minor league baseball
  498. Cardinals-Springfield Player
  499. Steve Pearce  (2)
    former major league 1st baseman/OF; played for Pirates, Astros, Orioles, Yankees, Rays, Blue Jays and Red Sox; World Series MVP 2018
  500. Baseball Player