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  1. Baseball Player
  2. Baseball A - Savannah Sand Gnats 2007
  3. AAGPBL chaperone for the 1948 Peoria Redwings
  4. Baseball Player
  5. St. Louis Cardinals pitcher/ right-handed pitcher was the #1 draft pick of the Cardinals in 2012
  6. Baseball Player
  7. Baseball player drafted by the minnesota twins in 1987
  8. Chicago Cubs pitcher, Signed with Orioles, former Japanese League pitcher
  9. Pitcher
  10. Left-handed pitcher who appeared in a few games for the Chicago Cubs in 2009. Baseball AA - Connecticut Defenders 2006
  11. former major league pitcher; played for Cleveland Indians
  12. AAGPBL player 1950-1951 for the Battle Creek Belles and Rockford Peaches
  13. Baseball Player
  14. MLB pitcher from 1948-55 for the Cubs, Dodgers, and Cardinals. Korean War 1950-51. Best seasons were 1952 going 11-9 with 3 saves, 3.60 ERA and 1953 going 7-5 with 3 saves, 3.75 ERA. Brother of MLB pitcher Jake Wade
  15. Shortstop prospect drafted by the Marlins in the 11th round
  16. former major league pitcher; played for Yankees and Dodgers
  17. Former Astros General Manager, now a scout with the Phillies
  18. Baseball - Chicago Cubs 1955-1956
  19. baseball
  20. MLB pitcher from 1936-46 for the Tigers, Red Sox, Browns, White Sox, Yankees, and Senators. Won 7 games in 1937. Best season was 1943 going 3-7 with 3.01 ERA. Brother of MLB pitcher Ben Wade
  21. Baseball Player
  22. Baseball Player - Rochester Red Wings
  23. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Minnesota Twins Organization
  24. Baseball / Outfielder / 1980's / Former Minor League Prospect for the Boston Red Sox
  25. former braves star
  26. Travis Wade  (2)
    Baseball Player - The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs
  27. New York Yankees 2013 4th round pick,shortstop prospect
  28. Baseball Player
  29. Baseball / Starting Pitcher for Tampa Bay Devil Rays / Made His MLB Debut in 2003
  30. Baseball Player
  31. Baseball Player
  32. Baseball Player
  33. Head Coach for the Marshall Thundering Herd Baseball Team
  34. Former baseball player
  35. Baseball Player - Salem Avalanche
  36. Baseball Player
  37. AAGPBL 1943-49 Kenosha
  38. Retired closer for Atlanta Braves, former closer for New York Mets, Houston Astros, Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies. Now coaches high school baseball
  39. Top Infield Prospect for the New York Yankees
  40. Baseball player
  41. baseball player, roommate of Ted Williams
  42. Daniel Wagner  (3)
    Baseball Player
  43. Red Sox Pitcher 1971
  44. Former Pitcher for the Kansas City Royals
  45. Baseball Player
  46. Baseball Player
  47. Jeremy Wagner  (2)
    Baseball Player
  48. Played baseball in college in Florida after baseball was dropped in Wisconsin university born 12/8/71
  49. John Wagner  (2)
    Baseball Player
  50. Baseball Player
  51. baseball 1958-1969 Indians, Giants and Angels
  52. former major league shortstop; played for Rangers, Tigers & A's
  53. Mark Wagner  (2)
    Young catcher, plays for the Portland Sea Dogs in the Red Sox organization
  54. Baseball / Pitcher for the 1996 Seattle Mariners / Had a Celebrated College Career at Iowa State University
  55. Baseball Player
  56. Outfield prospect drafted in the 5th round by the San Francisco Giants in 2003. He never played in the major leagues
  57. Mike Wagner  (2)
    LHR Winnipeg Goldeyes
  58. Mike Wagner  (3)
    San Diego Padres organization in 1999
  59. former Indians prospect, now in Padres organization. Pitcher
  60. Baseball Player currently in the Salina Stockade Organization
  61. former Major League pitcher; played for Pirates, Indians & Brewers
  62. Robert Wagner  (3)
    Baseball Player
  63. Former Reds and Nationals pitcher, former #1 draft choice
  64. Ryan Wagner  (3)
    2011 MLB Fan Cave, Pa Announcer for Oriole Park
  65. Ryan Wagner  (4)
    Independent Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks Organization
  66. Right-handed pitcher who was the 4th round draft pick of the Brewers in 2012
  67. AAGBL South Bend Blue Sox 1948/54
  68. AAGPBL 1948-54
  69. Chaperone to the 1953 south bend blue sox, AAGPBL
  70. Baseball Player
  71. Top Pitching Prospect in the Philadelphia Phillies Organization
  72. As well as playing on the USA Olympic team, this right-handed pitcher was drafted in the 5th round by the Oakland A's in 2013
  73. minor league baseball
  74. aaa baseball players mlb/chicago cubs
  75. St Louis Cardinals starting pitcher,formerly with the Atlanta Braves
  76. Independent Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks Organization
  77. Baseball Player
  78. Baseball Player
  79. Baseball player drafted by the oakland a's in 1997
  80. 1955 Orioles 1st baseman
  81. Played baseball 1973-1985 with the Rangers, Indians and Brewers.
  82. Bench coach with the Kansas City Royals, former Blue Jays bench coach was the Manager of the Seattle Mariners, ex major league catcher
  83. Japanese Baseball; 'Meikyukai' Golden Players Club
  84. A member of 1983 Tidewater Tides/Japanese All-Star Catcher (1972-1991 Lions, Tigers, Whales, etc.)
  85. Former baseball player. He played with the 1964 Mets.
  86. Pitcher for the Boston Red Sox. Famous for his dominant knuckleball. Made his first All-Star game in 2009
  87. aaa baseball players mlb/detroit tigers
  88. Current 3rd base coach for the Texas Rangers. Former minor league manager with Erie, and West Michigan. Baseball America's Minor League Manager of the Year. Played for the Chicago Cubs (1993), Minnesota Twins (1994-1996), Detroit Tigers (1997, 2002-2003
  89. Baseball Player
  90. Baseball Player
  91. Baseball Player
  92. Baseball Player
  93. Baseball AA - Connecticut Defenders 2006
  94. Baseball player drafted by the cleveland indians in 1989
  95. Baseball Player - Lincoln Saltdogs
  96. Baseball / Pitcher / Top prospect in the LA Angels of Anaheim Organization
  97. Baseball Player
  98. Dodgers # 1 draft pick in 1990
  99. P Yankees Top Prospect, 2019 5th Rd Pick
  100. Drafted 181st overall in round 5 in 2011 by the phillies
  101. Sportscaster baseball 1st woman in baseball history to ever broadcast a World Series game
  102. Tall (6'6') first base prospect who was the 10th round draft pick of the Rockies in 2012
  103. Baseball player darfted by the san diego padres in 1990
  104. Matt Waldron  (2)
    Baseball Player
  105. Right-handed pitcher drafted by the Pirates in 2010
  106. Drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 12th round of the 2010 MLB June Amateur Draft
  107. former MLB player - detroit tigers (1987-88), new york yankees (1990), california angels (1993)
  108. retired baseball player for the Phillies, Braves and Pirates. Current Pirates Broadcaster
  109. Played baseball (pitcher) for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1991
  110. Baseball Player
  111. Adam Walker  (4)
    Baseball player drafted by the philadelphia phillies in 1997
  112. Tall, right-handed-hitting, outfield prospect who was the 3rd-Round draft pick of the Twins in 2012
  113. Andrew Walker  (2)
    Pittsburgh Pirates catching prospect,was 5th round pick in 2007 draft
  114. Andrew Walker  (4)
    Baseball Player
  115. Baseball Player
  116. Baseball Player
  117. Baseball Player
  118. Baseball Player
  119. Brian Walker  (2)
    Baseball Player
  120. Brian Walker  (5)
    Baseball Player currently in the Normal CornBelters Organization. Born 10/28/1991
  121. Baseball Player
  122. former Chicago Cubs & New York Mets outfielder and second baseman
  123. Chris Walker  (2)
    Los Angeles Angels Outielding Prospect/Former Chicago Cubs Outfielding Prospect
  124. Drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2009 and the Baltimore Orioles in 2012
  125. Baseball Player
  126. Independent Baseball - River City Rascals 2007
  127. Baseball Player
  128. Former Major League Outfielder/DH
  129. Negro Leaguer
  130. Edwin Walker  (2)
    Baseball Player born 1983
  131. Former Coach of the St.Louis Cardinlas
  132. Baseball player, 1931-45. Detroit Tigers, Cincinnati Reds. 1991 career hits, .294 lifetime batting average
  133. MLB 1st baseman 1982-90 for White Sox, Orioles. Most productive season was 1987 with 85 RS, 33 doubles, 2 triples, 27 HR, 94 RBI, .256 BA. Hitting coach for the Atlanta Braves. Cousin of Harry Spillman
  134. MLB outfielder 1940-55 for Cardinals, Phillies, Reds. 'Harry the Hat' was 2x All-Star. Led league 1947 with 16 triples & won the bat title with .363. 3 W.S. (2x Champ) with 3 doubles, .278 BA. Manager in 1955 for Cardinals & 1965-1972 for the Astros
  135. Baseball player drafted by the kansas city royals in 1988
  136. Jack Walker  (2)
    Baseball Player
  137. Baltimore Orioles middle relief pitcher/Formerly on the Detroit Tigers
  138. Pitcher for the dodgers
  139. Jeremy Walker  (2)
    Baseball Player
  140. Baseball / Pitcher 1957-64 / Orioles, A's & Indians / In 1959; Became Youngest Pitcher to Start & Win an All-Star Game
  141. Johnny Walker  (2)
    Negro League, 1959 Raleigh Tigers
  142. Jordan Walker  (5)
    Cardinals 2020 MLB 1st Round Pick
  143. Josh Walker  (3)
    Baseball Player
  144. Justin Walker  (2)
    Baseball Player
  145. Baseball Player
  146. former White Sox, Giants & Padres reliever, current pitching coach for Lowell Spinners
  147. Kyle Walker  (2)
    Baseball Player
  148. former Expos, Rockies, and Cardinals outfielder. 1997 National League Most Valuable Player Award
  149. Pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates 1965-1974
  150. This is Michael A. Walker, who debuted with the Mariners in 1992 (the other Mike Walker is Mike C. Walker, who debuted with the Indians in 1988)
  151. Mike Walker  (7)
    Retired baseball player played for the seattle mariners debut 1992
  152. former major league pitcher; played for Indians, Cubs & Tigers
  153. Pittsburgh Pirates 3rdBase Prospect
  154. Nick Walker  (4)
    Baseball Player
  155. Former Mets and Blue Jays reliever, now bullpen coach for the Blue Jays
  156. Cubs 3rd-base prospect in late 1990s who unfortunately died in a auto accident in the mid-2000s; he was 1997 Colonial Conference Player of the Year at Old Dominion the year before he was drafted
  157. Former catcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers
  158. Scott Walker  (2)
    minor league baseball player
  159. Baseball Player
  160. Baseball A+ - Salem Avalanche 2007
  161. Outfield prospect for Pirates who never played in a major league game, but was featured as a prospect in the 1993 Topps set
  162. Pitching prospect who was the first-round pick of the Mariners in the 2010 draft
  163. former college/major league 2nd baseman; played for LSU, Rockies, Red Sox, Reds, Padres, Cubs, Twin and A's; College World Series Most Outstanding Player; member of LSU 1993 National Championship team
  164. former MLB pitcher - montreal expos (1972-74), detroit tigers (1975), st. louis cardinals (1976), california angels (1977)
  165. Tony Walker  (2)
    Baseball Player for the 1986 Houston Astros
  166. Pitcher with the Washington Nationals, formerly with Giants, Phillies, Mets & Devil Rays
  167. Right-handed pitcher who debuted for the Astros in 1995
  168. Infield prospect who was the #1 draft pick of the Colorado Rockies in 2014
  169. Baseball / Pitcher / Top Prospect in the Dodgers Organization
  170. Boston Red Sox Pitcher (circa 1959)
  171. Baseball player with the Dodgers in the 1970's
  172. Baseball Player
  173. Baseball Player
  174. Baseball player drafted by expos in 92, pitcher
  175. Brett Wallace  (2)
    Houston Astros first baseman
  176. Chris Wallace  (2)
    Catching prospect drafted in the 16th round by the Astros in 2010
  177. Dave Wallace  (2)
    Pitching Coach for the Baltimore Orioles- Retired pitcher- Phillies, Blue Jays 1970'sminor league coach,manager
  178. Cleveland Indians catching prospect (signed as a free agent in 2001)
  179. former Cubs spot starter/reliever
  180. Don Wallace  (2)
    Retired baseball player played for the california angels debut 1967
  181. Pitcher
  182. pitcher (51)
  183. Mike Wallace  (2)
    Played baseball 1973-1977 with the Phillies, Yankees and Cardinals.
  184. Mike Wallace  (5)
    Baseball Player
  185. Woman Baseball player. Played on the men's team for a year at University of the South
  186. Tim Wallace  (3)
    Baseball Coach - Spartanburg Methodist College. Former catcher in St Louis Cardinals organization
  187. Tim Wallace  (4)
    Positions: Second Baseman, Shortstop and Third Baseman Bats: Left ? Throws: Right 5-10, 175lb (178cm, 79kg) Born: April 1, 1963 (Age: 55-270d) in Richmond, CA us Draft: Drafted by the Chicago Cubs
  188. Baseball Player
  189. Baseball Player
  190. Drafted in the 5th round (142nd overall) by the Miami Marlins in 2013
  191. Baseball Player
  192. Baseball Player
  193. Bench coach for the Miami Marlins. Former major league third basemen; played for Expos, Dodgers & Angels; hitting coach for Dodgers (2004-05); 5X All-star; 1979 Golden Spikes Award winner, College Baseball HOF 2011
  194. Baseball Player
  195. Baseball / Third Baseman during 1980's / Cardinals & Cubs / Currently a Coach with Oakland A's
  196. First base coach for the Oakland A's
  197. Baseball / 1st Baseman / Top Prospect in Red Sox Organization 1988-93 / One of the Top High School Players in the Country in 1984
  198. Baseball player drafted b the new york yankees in 1999
  199. Baseball player rookie yankee 2000
  200. Former A's, Cardinals, Rangers and Astros OF, currently works for Baltimore
  201. retired A's, Cubs outfielder
  202. Baseball Player
  203. OF Twins Top Prospect, 2019 1st Rd Pick
  204. Right-handed pitching prospect who was 4th-round draft pick of the Rockies in 1993. He never played in the major leagues
  205. Baseball Player
  206. Outfielder who debuted in 1952 with the Pittsburgh Pirates. He passed way in 1993
  207. Baseball Player
  208. Top Outfield Prospect in the Tampa Bay Rays Organization
  209. mascott for the boston red sox
  210. AAGPBL Canadian player from Sudbury, Ontario
  211. Baseball Player
  212. Former Marlins, Cardinals and Cubs reliever, now in the Blue Jays organization
  213. Baseball Player
  214. Drafted in the 12th round (348th overall) by the Chicago White Sox in 2014
  215. Dave Walsh  (2)
    former major league pitcher; pitched in 20 games for the Dodgers
  216. Drew Walsh  (2)
    Baseball Player
  217. Drafted by the Washington Nationals in the 34th round of the 2013 MLB June Amateur Draft
  218. Baseball Player
  219. Joe Walsh  (4)
    Baseball Coach
  220. Ryan Walsh  (3)
    Baseball Player
  221. Baseball Player
  222. P Diamondbacks, 2019 1st Round Pick
  223. Baseball Player
  224. 2006 Twins draft pick, currently playing 1B for Beloit
  225. Andrew Walter  (2)
    Baseball Player
  226. Drafted in the 28th round (852nd overall) by the Oakland Athletics in 2014
  227. Baseball / 1980's Relief Pitcher / Played for Padres,Mets, and Mariners
  228. Drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the 29th round of the 2012 MLB June Amateur Draft
  229. Baseball Player
  230. Kevin Walter  (2)
    Baseball Player
  231. Baseball Player
  232. AAGPBL player
  233. One of the top prospects for the Giants--- Position Player
  234. Head baseball coach at Wake Forest (2010-?); New Orleans (2005-2009); George Washington (1997-2004)
  235. Baseball Player
  236. Baseball Player
  237. MLB pitcher, 3rd baseman 1934-48 for Phillies, Reds, Braves. MVP. 6x All-Star, Triple Crown, 2x ERA Titles. 1939: 27-11, 2.29 ERA, 1940: 22-10, 2.48 ERA, 1948: 23-8, 2.40 ERA./ 1934 hit 24 doubles, 7 triples, 8 HR's. 16 career triples. 2W-2L in 2 W.S
  238. Former Twin, 1970's
  239. Baseball Player - Fort Worth Cats
  240. Former Major League Catcher
  241. Bats: Right Throws: Right 5-11, 165lb (180cm, 74kg) Born: July 21, 1964 (Age: 54-159d) Draft: Drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 3rd round of the 1984 MLB January Draft - Regular Phase from Miami - Dade College (Miami, FL)
  242. David Walters  (5)
    Baseball Player
  243. David Walters  (6)
    Position: Relief Pitcher Bats: Both ? Throws: Right 6-1, 185lb (185cm, 83kg) Born: December 18, 1963 (Age: 54-361d) Draft: Drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 12th round of the 1986 MLB June Amateur Draft from Campbell University (Buies Creek
  244. Baseball Player
  245. Baseball Player
  246. Former baseball player from 1960-1963 with the Reds and Phillies
  247. former major league pitcher; played for Twins
  248. Baseball Player
  249. former Cardinals reliever, now in Twins chain
  250. Baseball Player
  251. Baseball Player
  252. Blue Jays Pitching coach, Former MLB pitcher
  253. Ex- Yankee And Seattle Pilot
  254. Baseball Player
  255. former major league outfielder; played for Cubs, Reds, Braves, Orioles, Devil Rays & Angels; NL Rookie of the Year 1989
  256. Jim Walton  (2)
    An American Major League Baseball scout, who served for three seasons (1973?1975) in MLB as the first base coach for the Milwaukee Brewers of the American League.[1] Walton threw and batted right-handed, stood 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m) tall and weighed 195
  257. Baseball Player
  258. Former seattle mariner prospect
  259. Oral Roberts Baseball Coach
  260. Tim Walton  (2)
    Former Philadelphia Phillies Minor League Baseball player; University of Florida Women's softball coach
  261. Baseball Player
  262. Miami Marlins Play-by-Play Broadcaster
  263. AAGPBL player
  264. Baseball Player
  265. Cleveland Indians infielder in 1910's and 20's, turned unassisted triple play in 1920 World Series
  266. Top Pitching Prospect in the Toronto Blue Jays Organization
  267. Pirates outfielder 1927-45. Baseball Hall of Famer
  268. Baseball / Starting Pitcher for the Washington Nationals
  269. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Milwaukee Brewers Organization
  270. Baseball Player
  271. Baseball Player
  272. AAGPBL 1953-54
  273. Baseball player;white sox 1991
  274. Position: Pitcher Bats: Left ? Throws: Left 6-1, 190lb (185cm, 86kg) Born: June 9, 1967 (Age: 51-201d) in Poteau, OK us Draft: Drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 17th round of the 1986 MLB January Draft-Regular Phase
  275. Baseball Player
  276. Left-handed pitcher who played for the Chicago White Sox in 1998 and 1999
  277. baseball
  278. Former Cleveland Indians' pitcher
  279. Colin Ward  (2)
    Pitcher, Went 0-0 4.36 ERA, 12.1 IP with 1985 San Franciso Giants
  280. Baseball Player
  281. outfielder (32)
  282. Oklahoma-born, left-handed hitting third base prospect who was the 3rd round draft pick of the Nationals in 2013
  283. former major league pitcher; played for Blue Jays & Braves; 1X All-Star (1993); 2X World Series champion (1992,93), record 121 saves
  284. MLB outfielder, 1st baseman 1979-90 for Twins, Rangers, Yanks, Tigers. 2x All - Star. Best in 1982 with 85 RS, 33 doubles, 7 triples, 28 HR, 91 RBI, .289 BA. Father of Daryle Ward
  285. former baseball player. He played 1963-1970 with the Twins and Reds
  286. aaa baseball players mlb/arizona diamonbacks
  287. Kevin Ward  (2)
    Baseball player; padres 91
  288. Drafted in the 12th round (351st overall) by the Seattle Mariners in 2014
  289. Nick Ward  (4)
    Baseball Player
  290. MLB 3rd/1st baseman, outfielder1962-70 for White Sox, Orioles & Yankees; TSN Rookie of Year 1963 - 80 RS, 34 doubles, 6 triples, 22 HR's, 84 RBI's, .295 BA. & 1964 with 61 RS, 28 doubles, 3 triples, 23 HR's, 94 RBI's, .282 BA.; Managed in minor leagues
  291. Bseball / 1948-59 / Former Outfielder - 1st Base - 3rd Base / Played for 5 Different Teams during His Career
  292. Baseball Player
  293. Baseball Coach New Mexico State
  294. Scott Ward  (2)
    Baseball Player currently in the Schaumburg Boomers Organization
  295. Drafted in the 1st round (26th overall) by the Los Angeles Angels in 2015
  296. current Reds hitting coach; former hitting Coach for the Dodgers, Diamondbacks and Mobile Baybears; former major league outfielder; played for Indians, Pirates, Blue Jays, Phillies & Diamondbacks
  297. Baseball A+ - Fort Myers Miracle 2007
  298. Baseball AA - Akron Aeros 2006
  299. baseball
  300. former major league pitcher; played for Indians & Twins
  301. Baseball
  302. Early 90's Red Sox OF minor leaguer
  303. Baseball player drafted by the detroit tigers in 1999
  304. Negro Leaguer
  305. Baseball Player
  306. 1991 Toronto Blue Jays Draft Pick, now coaching in Charleston. Yankees minor league team
  307. aaa baseball player mlb/montreal expos
  308. Baseball Player
  309. Baseball player - former Baylor baseball player drafted in the 44th round of the 2011 MLB draft by the Angels
  310. Baseball Player
  311. Former Baltimore Orioles draft pick
  312. AAGPBL 1948-49
  313. Former minor league catcher out of Indiana University. Baltimore Orioles 27th round #799, 2004. '04-'05 'R'-'A'
  314. Baseball Player
  315. Top Infield Prospect in the Toronto Blue Jays Organization
  316. Baseball Player
  317. Baseball Player
  318. Top Pitching Prospect in the Detroit Tigers Organization
  319. Top Infield Prospect in the Detroit Tigers Organization
  320. Coach of the Toronto Blue Jays 1976
  321. Jack Warner  (2)
    Right-handed pitcher who debuted for the Cubs in 1962
  322. Jackie Warner  (2)
    Outfielder who debuted for the Angels in 1966
  323. Ron Warner  (2)
    Manager for the Memphis Redbirds
  324. Baseball Player
  325. Adam Warren  (2)
    Yankees pitching prospect
  326. Baseball Coach
  327. former Angels starting pitching prospect
  328. Mike Warren  (2)
    Pitcher for the Oakland Athletics (1983-1985). On September 29, 1983, threw a no-hitter as a rookie against the Chicago White Sox
  329. AAGPBL 1946-54
  330. Manager for the Gateway Grizzlies
  331. 1952 Detroit Stars, Negro League
  332. Baseball Player
  333. Top Pitching Prospect in the Philadelphia Phillies Organization
  334. Baseball player played from 1930 to 1940 for the Red Sox, Philadelphia A's, and Chicago Cubs played shortstop, 3rd and 2nd base
  335. Baseball Player
  336. Pitching Coach of the New York Mets, Baseball Player
  337. Former major league outfielder from 1961-1966. He played for the Dodgers, Cardinals, Colt 45s, Orioles & Cubs; member of Cardinals 1964 World Series championship team
  338. AAGPBL Canadian 3rd base player for the 1943-1944 Rockford Peaches
  339. Played for the rockford peaches in 1943
  340. Pitching Coach for Stockton and formerly pitching coach for Burlington (A)-- former pitcher; played for Oakland, Boston, Colorado, Baltimore, Toronto, Texas and Pittsburgh
  341. Baseball player drafted by the san francisco giants in 1984
  342. Drafted by the expos in 2000
  343. 1969 California Angels pitcher
  344. Detroit Tigers starting pitcher
  345. Former baseball player. He played for the St. Louis Cardinals from 1961 to 1970 threw no hitter 9/18/68
  346. Baseball Player
  347. Former Major League outfielder, A's ,Braves,Yankees, Rangers, Angels, White Sox, Mets
  348. Independent Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Florence Freedom Organization
  349. Baseball Player - El Paso Diablos
  350. First Designated Pinch Runner in Major League Baseball History
  351. Baseball Player
  352. negro league player
  353. Baseball Player
  354. Draft: Drafted by the New York Mets in the 6th round of the 1988 MLB June Amateur Draft from Kishwaukee College (Malta, IL)
  355. MLB Baseball Player, Played Texas Rangers 1978-79
  356. Baseball Player
  357. Former Cardinals and Pirates utility man. Currently in the independent leagues with the Kansas City T-Bones. Infielder
  358. Baseball / Former Infielder During the 1980's / Twins, Orioles & Indians / Texas Rangers Manager
  359. former major league shortstop; played for Royals, Expos & Pirates; hitting coach for GCL Red Sox
  360. Major League baseball team in DC
  361. Independent Minor League Baseball Team
  362. Baseball Player
  363. Held the record for most games managed, most victories and most defeats as a skipper in the minor leagues
  364. Baseball Player
  365. Oregon Ducks Head Baseball Coach
  366. Baseball - Sioux Falls Canaries
  367. Played in 50 major league games with San Diego (1986) and San Francisco (1987-1988)
  368. MLB pitcher from 1967-72 for Red Sox, Cardinals, Expos, A's, Yankees. As a Rookie, He Started Game Six of the 1967 World Series for the Boston Red Sox, pitching 8 1/3 innings, allowing 4 hits, 2 runs. In 1967 season went 2-2 with 3.21 ERA
  369. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Organization
  370. Baseball player; Visalia oaks 1989
  371. Baseball Player - Nashua Pride 2007
  372. Baseball Player
  373. former White Sox reliever, currently in the Atlantic League
  374. Baseball Player
  375. Baseball Player
  376. Retired baseball player played for the texas rangers debut 2000
  377. Japanese Baseball Player - Sports Illustrated cover dated October 31, 1994
  378. Minor League Baseball Player
  379. former Orioles pitcher, now in Atlantic League
  380. Drew Waters  (2)
    Baseball Player
  381. Baseball Player
  382. Baseball Player - Toldeo Mud Hens
  383. MiLB Manager with the Lehigh Valley IronPigs
  384. former MLB player/manager - Kansas City Royals (1976-85, as manager: 1987-91), California Angels (as manager: 1992)
  385. Baseball Player
  386. Baseball Player
  387. Right-handed pitcher who pitched in 5 games (15 innings) for the Astros in 1969
  388. Drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the 29th round of the 1985 MLB June Amateur Draft
  389. MLB catcher (Phillies 1969)
  390. Baseball Player
  391. Chicago Cubs infielder
  392. Baseball / 1997-99 / Outfielder for Reds & Rockies / Drafted in First Round of 1993 Draft
  393. aaa baseball players mlb/colorado rockies
  394. Top Pitching Prospect in the Detroit Tigers Organization
  395. Retired baseball player played for the san diego padres debut 2004
  396. Position: Relief Pitcher Bats: Both ? Throws: Right 6-4, 210lb (193cm, 95kg) Born: August 14, 1964 (Age: 54-135d) Draft: Drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 8th round of the 1985 MLB June Amateur Draft from Mississippi Valley State Universit
  397. Minnesota Twins minor leaguer
  398. Baseball Player
  399. NESN Red Sox On Field Reporter
  400. former major league pitcher; played for Cardinals, Yankees, Mariners, Giants, Angels & Mets; member of Yankees 1999 World Series championship team
  401. Played first base for the MLB team Astros; scored 1,000,000th run in MLB history in 1976
  402. Washington Nationals Centerfielder
  403. Grant Watson  (2)
    Baseball Player
  404. Joe Watson  (3)
    Former Negro League Player
  405. Jordan Watson  (2)
    Baseball Player
  406. Baseball Player
  407. Mark Watson  (3)
    Left-handed pitcher who debuted with the Indians in 2000
  408. Former player for Texas Rangers
  409. Baseball / Outfielder / Drafted in 1999 By Montreal Expos / Played with the Oakland A's AAA team in 2005
  410. Baseball Player
  411. Baseball player drafted by the atlanta braves in 1988
  412. Baseball Player
  413. Tall (6'-5'), right-handed pitcher who was drafted in the 37th round by the Angels in 1990. He never pitched in a major league game
  414. Baseball Player
  415. Reds pitching prospect, former pitcher for the University of Tennessee
  416. Shane Watson  (3)
    Right-handed pitching prospect who was the #1 draft pick of the Phillies in 2012
  417. Steve Watson  (5)
    Baseball Player
  418. Baseball Player
  419. Baseball Player - Lynchburg Hillcats
  420. Baseball Player
  421. Broadcaster - Tampa Bay Rays
  422. LSU baseball outfielder
  423. MLB pitcher 1966-75 (10 years) for Orioles, Cubs, Phillies. Best seasons were 1969 going 5-2, 16 saves, 1.65 ERA and 1971 with 3-1, 11 saves, 1.82 ERA. Career ERA of 2.91. Three World Series (1x Champ) with 0-3, 4.26 ERA. Pitching coach for Tucson Toros
  424. Baseball Player
  425. Mike Watt  (3)
    Baseball Player
  426. Baseball Player
  427. Baseball Player
  428. Baseball Player
  429. Infielder for the albuquerque dukes 1986
  430. Baseball player drafted by the los angeles dodgers in 1992
  431. Baseball Player
  432. Daniel Watts  (3)
    Baseball Player
  433. Pitcher
  434. Played in the Negro Leagues as well as the minor leagues after integration
  435. Baseball Player - Lynchburg Hillcats
  436. Baseball Player
  437. former major league pitcher; played for Pittsburgh Pirates
  438. Minor League Baseball Player currently in the Bakersfield Blaze Organization
  439. AAGPBL Canadian player; pitcher & 2nd base from 1946-1951 for the Kenosha Comets, Muskegon Lassies, Springfield Sallies and Fort Wayne Daisies
  440. Baseball Player
  441. Bo Way 
    Drafted in the 7th round (209th overall) by the Los Angeles Angels in 2014
  442. Baseball Player
  443. AAGPBL chaperone for the 1943 South Bend Blue Sox
  444. Baseball Player
  445. Baseball - Montgomery Biscuits 2007
  446. Former Rockies, Dodgers & Twins middle reliever; drafted by Expos; made major league debut with Twins on April 7th 1989; also played at University of Michigan
  447. Baseball Player
  448. Former minor league pitcher. mariners orgainization f\a '02, '02-'05 ( AAA '03-'04 )
  449. Baseball Player - Brockton Rox
  450. Baseball - Clearwater Treshers
  451. Baseball Player
  452. Top Pitching Prospect in the Toronto Blue Jays Organization
  453. former Rockies prospect, now in Cubs chain
  454. Baseball pleayer; Relief Pitcher
  455. current Milwaukee Brewers middle reliever; also played for Reds, Marlins, Cubs, Blue Jays, Yankees, Mets, Indians & Astros
  456. Baseball Player, Padres Prospect
  457. Baseball Player - Grand Prairie Air Hogs
  458. AAGPBL 1950-54
  459. Baseball Player
  460. Baseball Player
  461. Baseball Player
  462. Minor league player/ MLB Manager H.O.F. for the Orioles from 1968-82 and 85-86. Won the AL pennant in 1969, 70, 71, & 79. World Series Championship in 1970. Career W - L record was 1480-1060. Was ejected from games 94 times
  463. Right-handed pitcher who debuted for the Dodgers in 1998
  464. baseball
  465. Baseball Outfielder born 1959, Detroit Tigers (1985) Seattle Mariners (1987) San Francisco Giants (1989)
  466. Pitcher for the Dodgers/ Helped Cardinals win 2006 WS/Formerly on Angels, Mariners, Yankees, & Tigers
  467. Los Angeles Of Anaheim Angels Starting Pitching Prospect,is The Younger Brother Of Los Angeles Dodgers Pitcher Jeff Weaver
  468. former major league pitcher; played for California Angels
  469. AAGPBL 1950-54
  470. Luke Weaver  (2)
    Drafted in the 1st round (27th overall) by the St. Louis Cardinals in 2014
  471. Baseball Player
  472. MLB pitcher form 1931-39 for Senators and Red Sox. Best seasons were 1932 as he went 22-10 with two saves and 1933 going 10-5 with 3.25 ERA. Pitched in 1933 World Series, giving up only 2 runs in 10 1/2 innings
  473. Ex Baseball Player, 1980 Tigers
  474. Baseball Player - Florence Freedom
  475. AAGPBL player for the Fort Wayne Daisies 1951-1953
  476. Alan Webb  (2)
    baseball
  477. Baseball Player currently in the Roswell Invaders Organization
  478. Pitcher in Brewers organization
  479. Diamondbacks starting pitcher. 2x All-Star, 2006 NL Cy Young winner
  480. Baseball Player
  481. Daniel Webb  (2)
    former Blue Jays & White Sox relief pitcher,is currently a free agent
  482. Baseball Player
  483. Former minor league baseball
  484. Baseball / Pitcher of the 1970's for the New York Mets
  485. Drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 37th round of the 2015 MLB June Amateur Draft
  486. Baseball Player
  487. Drafted in the 28th round (856th overall) by the Washington Nationals in 2013
  488. minor league baseball
  489. Justin Webb  (2)
    Baseball A - Greensboro Grasshoppers 2007
  490. Drafted in the 4th round (118th overall) by the San Francisco Giants in 2014
  491. Tall (6'-6'), right - handed pitcher, a 4th - round draft pick of the A's in 2004, who pitched 8 years in the majors, debuting with the Padres in 2009. Son of Mets/Dodgers pitcher Hank Webb
  492. Baseball A - Dayton Dragons 2007
  493. Baseball AA - Harrisburg Senators 2006
  494. Negro Leaguer
  495. Drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 48th round of the 2011 MLB June Amateur Draft and the New York Yankees in the 10th round of the 2013 MLB June Amateur Draft
  496. Baseball / Pitcher / Prospect in the Cardinals Organization
  497. Baseball Coach
  498. Baseball Player
  499. player on the 2004 angels
  500. Baseball player drafted by the sioux falls canaries in 2005