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  1. former Athletic and Red Sox, had two cups of coffee in the bigs. Current hitting coach for the Yakima Bears
  2. former major league pitcher; played for A's, Mariners & Tigers; with Vida Blue, Paul Lindblad & Rollie Fingers combined for the first four-pitcher combined no-hitter in MLB history
  3. retired MLB shortstop / Formerly of the Athletics, Marlins, Rockies, Mets and Braves
  4. MLB pitcher from 1950-1957 for Indians, Tigers, A's. Known as 'Lefty'. Best seasons were 1955 going 6-3, 3 saves, 3.38 ERA and 1956 went 4-4, 7 saves (6th best in league), 3.43 ERA
  5. Baseball / Pitcher / 1994-97 / Oakland A's Relief Pitcher that Appeared in 114 Games in 4 Seasons
  6. Ace Adams  (2)
    Minor League Baseball Coach currently in the Houston Astros Organization
  7. Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture 1951-55
  8. former major league first baseman; played for Philadelphia Athletics in 1947 born 1920
  9. Actor-Carolina Parakeet
  10. Former Rugby League Player
  11. MLB, OF, Minnesota Twins 1972-73, Chicago Cubs 1976-77, Oakland Athletics 1978
  12. Tuskegee Airmen 332nd Fighter Group!
  13. JFK - Head of the Blue Key Society of Southwestern Louisiana Institute at Lafayette (now ULL) who met and got photographed with future President Kennedy at the Crowley Rice Festival in 1959
  14. Baseball / Former Major League Pitcher for Indians, Rangers, A's & Phillies / 1980's & 90's / Current Bullpen Coach with San Diego Padres
  15. Gaming Journalist
  16. Actor-Airport For Birds
  17. Joe Allen  (3)
    Actor
  18. John Allen  (2)
    Author - Christmas Gifts, Christmas Voices
  19. Children's Book Author-I'm Not Cute
  20. The Apprentice
  21. Former All-Star 1st baseman for the White Sox. Also played for the Phillies, Dodgers, Cardinals, and Braves
  22. Ron Allen  (2)
    Baseball / Former Pitching Prospect for Red Sox / Career Cut Short by Injuries
  23. Actor: Played TV Weatherman in Stephen King's The Shining (1997)
  24. Steve Allen  (3)
    Broadcaster
  25. WWII Ace (5 kills) 5th September 1944 - Destroyed 5 aircraft, to become 'An Ace in a Day' - USAAF
  26. editor
  27. Baseball / Relief Pitcher for the Oakland A's / Early 1990's
  28. former major league outfielder; played for Kansas City A's & Tigers
  29. Andy Anderson  (5)
    Actor, 'Days of Our Lives', 'eCupid'
  30. Bob Anderson  (5)
    Singer-impressionist,
  31. Hell's Kitchen
  32. Baseball- Oakland Athletics top pitching prospect
  33. Football Player
  34. 1979 KC Chiefs
  35. Don Anderson  (2)
    Storyboard Artist
  36. Baseball / Skilled Defensive Infielder 1971-74 / A's, Cardinals, Padres & Indians
  37. Author-Border Crossing
  38. John Anderson  (17)
    Viscount Waverley, British Politician
  39. USS Arizona survivor; veteran of Pearl Harbor
  40. Football Player
  41. Pitched for the Indians and Mariners in the early 80's
  42. 1st Sergeant C co, 6th Ranger Battalion during the Great Raid WWII
  43. Actor: American Horror Story, Boston Legal, X-Files, Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Stand, Matlock, The Marshall Chronicles
  44. model
  45. Chris Andrews  (2)
    Gary, the Yellow coat in BBC comedy series 'Hi-de-Hi!', 1981-88 - also celebrity bodyguard.
  46. In 1954 Ed Andrews was the New York Yankees' first Negro League pitcher. Unfortunately Andrews never panned out as expected or he and not Elston Howard would have been the first black player in team history.
  47. Actor-Pool Days,Touched By An Angel
  48. Mike Andrews  (2)
    Author-How To Break Web Software
  49. Baseball / Former Red Sox & White Sox 2nd Baseman / 1960's & 1970's / Dedicated his Time to Many Great Charities
  50. Adult Model-Penthouse Pet November 1998
  51. Football Player
  52. Baseball Player - El Paso Diablos
  53. Hockey Player
  54. Pitcher for the Kansas City Athletics (1961-62)
  55. Director of Photography
  56. Baseball player 1993 oakland a
  57. Professional Wrestler
  58. Author
  59. Former Oakland Athletics infielder
  60. Actor
  61. Actor
  62. Baseball Player - Myrtle Beach Pelicans
  63. Retired Baseball Player For The Tigers, A's and Twins
  64. former MLB pitcher - oakland athletics (1983-1986), minnesota twins (1986-1988), cleveland indians (1989)
  65. Football Player
  66. former major league second baseman/scout; played for Oakland A's; long time scout for Arizona Diamondback & New York Mets
  67. Andrew Bailey  (2)
    Boston Red Sox Pitcher. Former Oakland A's closer; All-Star; 2009 AL Rookie of the Year
  68. USS Pueblo
  69. Baseball Player
  70. Actor: Vegas, The Rockford Files, Back Roads, The Surrogate, Night Court, Penitentiary 3, Vultures, Ally McBeal
  71. Baseball / former A's prospect / Twin Brother of Brian Baisley / now in the White Sox organization
  72. MLB outfielder from 1968-86 for 4 teams. 2x All - Star, Gold Glove. 2x Silver Slugger. 1977 NLCS MVP with double, 2 HR's, 8 RBI's, .357 BA. Manager from 1993-2017 with Giants, Cubs, Reds, Nationals./ 3x Manager of the Year. Won 2002 NL pennant
  73. Frank Baker  (2)
    American third baseman in Major League Baseball from 1908 to 1922, HOF 1955
  74. Norman Baker  (2)
    WWII - Iwo Jima. Seabee with the 4th Marine Division, built Motoyama No. 2 airfield
  75. Co-founder of Starbucks, with Gordon Bowker and Zev Siegl
  76. former MLB player - cleveland indians (1981-1988), detroit tigers (1988), oakland athletics (1989)
  77. corner infielder, had a cup of coffee with the A's, currently in the Atlantic League
  78. Assistant weaponeer on Bockscar during Nagasaki mission
  79. Colonel pilot of Air Force One for Presidents Bush I and Clinton
  80. Oakland Athletics Prospect
  81. baseball
  82. Minnesota Twins Infielder
  83. Baseball / 1995-96 / Cardinals & A's / Good Defensive Outfielder with Solid Bat
  84. Oakland A's pitcher 1977
  85. MLB outfielder from 1948-61 for Yankees, A's. 3x All - Star. Best known for his performance in 8 different World Series wit 21 RS, 2 doubles, 3 triples, 7 HR's, and 24 RBI's. Most productive season came in 1956 with 26 HR's and 84 RBI's
  86. former major league infielder; played for Kansas City Athletics
  87. MLB D.H., outfielder, 1st baseman 1970-88, 6 teams. All-Star. 3x Silver Slugger. MVP in 79, most RS 120 & RBI 139, also 33 doubles, 3 triples, 36 HR, .296 BA. 3 W.S. had double, HR, 4 RBI, .280 BA. Manager - Rockies 1993-98 & Cubs 2000-02. Mgr of Year
  88. Former Major League Outfielder; played for Mets, A's, Tigers & Twins - Current Oakland A's General Manager
  89. Baseball player, pitched for the Athletics in the 1980's.
  90. aaa baseball players mlb/oakland athletics
  91. Born 1916.Last living female 'Monuments Men' of the 2nd wave of Monuments Men which began their work after the war had ended. She is related to writer Virginia Woolf
  92. former major league third baseman; played for White Sox and A's; 7th overall pick 1974 MLB Draft
  93. Baseball
  94. Former San Diego Padres, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Colorado Rockies and Oakland Athletics second baseman. Now in minor leagues for Dodgers
  95. Actress-Rise of The Foot Soldier
  96. former major league outfielder/third baseman/manager/coach/scout; played for Philadelphia A's & St. Louis Cardinals; also coached Reds, Braves, Giants, Yankees, Cardinals & Syracuse Chiefs
  97. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  98. 1984 Mets
  99. Canadian Actress - Movie - 'Danger pour la societe' (1970), 'Deformation personnelle' (2003)
  100. Baseball / 1985-86 & 1988-90 / Left Handed Pitcher / Oakland A's & Cincinnati Reds / Attended Michigan State
  101. Baseball / 1990's / Former Oakland A's & Texas Ranger's Relief Pitcher
  102. Czech Republic Adult Film Star
  103. Baseball Player - Philadelphia Athletics
  104. Former baseball player with the Reds and A's from 1951 to1957
  105. English Producer, Writer And Director
  106. Son of former major league pitcher Edward Blake. Former minor league pitcher '70-'73 'A'-'AA' Baltimore Orioles 3rd round pick #72, '70
  107. American Former Base Ball Player - Pitcher - Kansas City Athletics (1966) And New York Yankees (1965)
  108. former A's outfielder/2nd baseman
  109. Former A's and Phillies starter, now with Dodgers
  110. New York Mets relief pitcher. Formerly of the Oakland Athletics and Washington Nationals
  111. MLB pitcher from 1969-86 for the A's, Giants, Royals. Won the MVP, Cy Young in 1971 going 24-8 while leading the league in ERA of 1.82 and Shutouts (8). Got over 300 K's. Won 20 games in 1973 and 22 in 1975. In 3 World Series went 0-3, 4.05 ERA
  112. former major league outfielder/infielder; played for Angels, Mariners, Indians & Athletics; All-Star 1979
  113. Former MLB pitcher who played for the Athletics in 1968; first played drafted out of University of Miami; member of University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame
  114. MLB pitcher from 1980-88 for A's, Mariners, Cubs, Yankees & Orioles. Best season was 1984 going 5-2 with 4 saves and 3,46 ERA
  115. Baseball / 1990-2003 / Shortstop / Oakland A's, Baltimore Orioles. NY Mets, Toronto Blue Jays / Former College Star at University of Maine
  116. Baseball / 1970's Outfielder for Phillies, Cardinals & Blue Jays / Played in all 162 Games for Jays in 1979
  117. Baseball - Pitcher of 60's & 70's- Won 42 Games 1969-71 With the Washington Senators
  118. American Former Baseball Player - Catcher - 'Minnesota Twins' (2003-2004), 'San Diego Padres' (2006), 'Chicago Cubs' (2007), 'Oakland Athletics' (2007-2008)
  119. former Rockies and Rays reliever/currently in the Oakland organization
  120. Baseball Coach
  121. American Former Baseball Player - Third - Baseman - 'Kansas City Athletics - 2 Games (1967)
  122. Former MLB Pitcher- Red Sox (1958-1960), Indians (1960), LA Angels (1961-1962), KC Athletics (1963-1964)
  123. MLB pitcher from 1949-55 with Cardinals and A's. Best season 1950 going 7-7 with one save and 3.52 ERA
  124. Pitcher for Texas Tech & Oakland A's pitched perfect game May 9,2010, married to actress Meg Barrick
  125. Fmr Baseball Player (A's 39-41 & 45)
  126. 1980 NYY; 1983 A's; 1984-85 Nippon Ham Fighters (Japan): 1B/DH
  127. Actor Director Writer active from the 50's into the 70's. Directed several religous themed films in the 50's. Appeared in small tv roles. Was the son of censor Joseph Breen
  128. Baseball player, 1914-1932, Philadelphia Athletics, Cincinnati Reds, Brooklyn Dodgers
  129. Johnny Briggs  (2)
    Baseball - 1956-1960, Cubs, Indians, Athletics
  130. Former Major League Pitcher
  131. MLB starting and relief pitcher from 1947-53 for A's & Indians. Won 44 games after his leg destroyed in WWII. Best seasons: 1948 (4th best rookie) going 14-10 with 5 saves and 4.12 ERA, 1949 : 16-11, 3 saves & 4.28 ERA, 1951 All-Star 9 saves 3.20 ERA
  132. Baseball / Pitcher / 1970's / Milwaukee Brewers and Texas Rangers / #1 Draft Pick in 1971
  133. Bobby Brooks  (2)
    Baseball player, athletics 1970
  134. Former Third Baseman for the Oakland A's and New York Yankees/ Currently coaching at Linfield College in Oregon
  135. Aaron Brown  (6)
    Left-hand-batting outfield prospect who was 3rd-Round draft pick of the Phillies in 2014
  136. Adam Brown  (3)
    WHL Player - Kelowna Rockets
  137. baseball player, athletics 2007
  138. Dee Brown  (4)
    Washington Sentors Minor League Player
  139. Baseball / Former Kansas City Royal's Outfielder / 1998 - 2004 / Played in 263 Career Games
  140. Baseball / Minor League Prospect / Catcher in the Oakland A's farm System
  141. Baseball / Minor League Prospect / Outfielder in the LA Dodgers Farm System
  142. Basketball Player
  143. Catcher 1948 Philadelphia A's
  144. Baseball / Catcher / 1961-68 / Kansas City A's, NY Yankees, & Washington Senators
  145. 1979 Oakland A's
  146. former Indians and A's OF, now in Houston organization
  147. Former Major Leaguer
  148. retired baseball player for the angels, royals, twins and red sox.
  149. George Burns  (2)
    Comedian & Actor: The George Burns & Gracie Allen Show, Six of a Kind, International House, A Damsel in Distress, The Sunshine Boys, Oh God!, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Going in Style, 18 Again!, Radioland Murders
  150. Former A's and Rangers middle reliever
  151. German ww2 ME262 pilot born 1924. Was never in the Wehrmacht; author - The last of the few: An Me.262 Pilot remembers, flew the buckner 181, 131, fw 44, ar 66, f-13, w33, w34, ju86, ju88, ju52, me110, me210, me40, me262, klemm 35, sg38, kranich
  152. A's pitcher mid 60's
  153. minor league prospect
  154. Currently on the Mariners/Formerly with Oakland Athletics, Baltimore Orioles & Arizona Diamondbacks
  155. former major league pitcher; played for Yankees, A's, Blue Jays, Reds, Angels, Royals & Rangers; won World Series ring in 1988 as a member of the Oakland Athletics
  156. former A's starting pitcher/ace, now with Arizona
  157. Iwo Jima survivor,Navy Cross recipient
  158. Baseball / 1980-90 / A's, Pirates, Indians , Astros, Giants, Cardinals / Set Indians' Record of 23 Saves in 1984
  159. Baseball Player - Sioux City Explorers
  160. MLB - San Diego Padres 2007
  161. Actor: Killer Workout, Scarecrows
  162. Don Campbell  (3)
    Male Voice Over Talent
  163. Female Model
  164. Jane Campbell  (2)
    Baroness. UK House of Lords
  165. Lingerie/Legends Football League (LFL) Baltimore Charm 2010-
  166. Former Major League Pitcher
  167. Retired Baseball Player Who Played for Multpile Teams/Author of two tell all steroid books in Baseball
  168. Former MLB player - Oakland Athletics (1990), St. Louis Cardinals (1992-93), manager of Edindurg Roadrunners; twin brother of former Major League Baseball player José Canseco
  169. 2014 Medal of Honor recipient, Afghan war veteran, retired US Marinehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyle_Carpenter
  170. Opera Singer
  171. Nurse, Attorney, former contestant on reality t.v. series, 'Survivor: Marquesas'
  172. Baseball - Yankees 1955-56
  173. Baseball / Pitcher for Cinicnnati Reds 1974-75 / Member of 1975 World Series Champions
  174. former A's OF, currently with Minnesota organization
  175. Chris Carter  (6)
    MLB first baseman for the Houston Astros, formerly with the Oakland A's
  176. Pitched for Oakland Athletics 2004 (originally signed by the A's under the name Jairo Garcia)
  177. Ramón Castro  (3)
    former A's infielder, now in Atlantic League
  178. Baseball Player
  179. former major league pitcher; played for Cubs, A's & Orioles
  180. Cuban OF, signed with Oakland in 2012. Traded to New York Mets at trade deadline in 2015
  181. former major league third baseman; played for Dodgers, A's & Cubs; 6X All- Star selection; World Series champion (1981 Dodgers); 1981 World Series MVP
  182. WWII American Fighter - Ace (9 Victs.)- USAAF
  183. Retired Major Leaguer, played for the Cardinals
  184. MLB outfielder from 1938-51. Five times hit over 20 home runs in a season. Best season was 1941 with 25 home riuns, 97 runs scored, 106 RBI's and .322 batting average. Navy pilot during World War 2. H.O.F. in football for Cal
  185. baseball player. 1938-1951 Philadelphia A's
  186. Major Leaguer 1962-69 (Kansas City, 1962-1967, New York Mets 1967-1969), Member of the '69 Champion NY Mets
  187. former A's All-Star third baseman/gold glover, now with the Yankees
  188. Mexican boxing legend, many times world champion
  189. Author
  190. Baseball / Former Oakland A's Relief Pitcher of the Early 1990's / College Standout at Stanford
  191. A's prospect
  192. aaa baseball players mlb/colorado rockies
  193. Manager for Stockton, Baseball / 1998-2003 / A's, D-Backs, Brewers, Rangers / Standout at Pepperdine University 1993-95
  194. Oakland A's catcher 1983
  195. MLB outfielder (KC A's 1961)
  196. Baseball / Outfielder in Oakland A's Organization / Has Played in the Majors for 5 Teams Including the A's
  197. Negro Leaguer briefly with the 'K.C. Monarchs' 1956-1957
  198. Last surviving worker involved in the construction of Mount Rushmore during the years of 1927 to 1941
  199. Baseball player, Hall of Fame catcher, Philadelphia Athletics, Detroit Tigers. Played 1925-1937
  200. former major league first baseman; played for Padres, A's, Astros, Tigers & Expos; 3X All-Star; San Diego Padres all-time home run leader
  201. Born 1922, Father of Joe Coleman of the Tigers of the 1970s, he was a right-handed pitcher who debuted in 1942 for the Philadelphia A's. He served in the Navy during WW II from 1943-1945 and, back in the majors, he was an all-star in 1948
  202. All-time great Second Baseman, played 1906-1930, 10th all-time with 3315 base hits. Athletics, White Sox
  203. WWII - Mine Platoon of the Anti-Tank Company, 69th Infantry Division, 271st Regiment. First combat at the 'Siegfried Line' in February 1945; crossed the Rhine on March 27, 1945; arrived at the KZ Buchenwald one day after its liberation
  204. Montreal Canadiens goalie
  205. Baseball / 1969-73 / Power Hitting Outfielder / Red Sox, Brewers & A's / Brother of Tony Conigliaro
  206. former major league/NPB infielder; played A's, Braves, Rays, Brewers & Padres
  207. Former Major League Pitcher
  208. former MLB player - infielder - boston red sox (1953-59), washtington senators (1959-60), minnesota twins (1961), kansas city royals (1962), los angeles angels (1962) / In 1953 Went Straight to the Majors from American Legion Baseball
  209. Director/actor/writer 'Return to Tarawa: The Leon Cooper Story' 'Random Passage'/4 years Naval officer in WW2. Landing craft officer-Boat Group Commander for my ship-landing assault troops on the beaches of six Japanese island strongholds
  210. MLB, RHP, Oakland Athletics 1988-89, 1992, 1995-96; Houston Astros 1991; Florida Marlins 1993; Boston Red Sox 1997-99; Baltimore Orioles 1999. Former NESN Broadcaster for Red Sox Pre-Game
  211. Hall of Fame pitcher 1912-1928, won three games for the Cleveland Indians in the 1920 World Series
  212. Baseball / 1980's / Second Baseman for A's / Now a Coach for Pittsburgh Pirates
  213. Baseball Player
  214. Robert Cramer  (2)
    Baseball Player
  215. 'Doc' Baseball Player (1929-48)
  216. former MLB player - los angeles dodgers (1964-75), st. louis cardinals (1976), oakland athletics (1977), houston astros (1977)
  217. former major league shortstop; played for A's, Pirates and Diamondbacks; 2004 AL Rookie of the Year
  218. WWII Fighter Ace (5.25 Victs) - US Navy - Navy Cross, flew the hellcat, skyraider, f8f bearcat, iwo jima, okinawa
  219. U.S. Air Force brigadier general (Ret.)& author 'Around the World with LBJ: My Wild Ride As Air Force One Pilot', White House Aide, & Personal Confidant/Military aide & chief Air Force One pilot under President Lyndon B. Johnson
  220. Former MLB Infielder
  221. Baseball / 1966-72 / Versatile Infielder for Senators, White Sox and A's
  222. former Padres and A's OF, now in Indians chain
  223. MLB pitcher from 1973-82 for Giants, Cardinals, Padres, Expos, Angels, A's. Rookie of the Year in 1974. Best season was 1978 going 4-3, 10 saves, 2.13 ERA. Only gave up 60 hits in 93 innings pitched
  224. Soccer Player
  225. Former NY Mets & Oakland A's starting pitcher; Member of 1986 World Champion NY Mets; Currently a Broadcaster for the Mets and TBS
  226. Baseball / Outfielder / Former Diamondback and Angel that is now with the Padres
  227. singer/actor
  228. baseball player for Philadelphia A's in the 1940's. His name was adopted by Kevin Costner's Character in the movie, 'Bull Durham'
  229. Baseball / Former Oakland A's Outfielder of the 1980's / Great Baserunner - Speedster
  230. Tim Davis  (2)
    Voice of Flower (adolescent)& Thumper (adult) in the 1942 film of Bambi
  231. Pitcher for the Houston Astros (1983-1985), Chicago WhiteSox (1986), St. Louis Cardinals (1987), Philadelphia Phillies (1988) and the Oakland Athletics (1989)
  232. Right-handed hitting catcher who was signed by the Cardinals as a free agent in 2006
  233. Puerto-Rico-born right-handed pitcher drafted in the 24th round by the Dodgers in 2013
  234. former A's reliever, now in Brewers organization
  235. MLB outfielder from 1948-60 for the White Sox, Yankees, Browns, Tigers, and A's. Best season was 1953 getting 26 doubles, 6 triples, 11 home runs and batting .288
  236. Retired Major Leaguer, Played for the St. Louis Browns
  237. French Soccer Player - Celtic
  238. Author;'Just A Kid, A Guard at the Nuremberg Trials' 18 years old when drafted in 1944, into infantry. Found himself standing guard over Nazi war criminals, & watched as atrocities were described in detail throughout the Nuremberg Trails
  239. MLB, RHP, Philadelphia A's 1954; Kansas City A's 1955-56, 1961-62; New York Yankees 1957-1961
  240. Retired major leaguer
  241. Baseball / 2nd Baseman for K.C Athletics & Seattle Pilots / Late 1960's
  242. Catcher
  243. pitcher, former First Baseman/Bloodline Autograph Seventh Cousin of General Jimmy Doolittle of famous WW2 Doolittle Raiders
  244. Actor (PT 109, Galaxy Being in first 'Outer Limits' episode), son of Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas
  245. WWII veteran, born in 1913, believed to be the oldest living Pearl Harbor survivor. He served on the USS W> Virginia during the attack, and later served in the Korean War
  246. former San Francisco Giants relief pitcher
  247. 2nd Baseman for the New York Yankees (1978-1980) and the Oakland Athletics (1981)
  248. Actor: L.A. Law, Dr. Giggles, Darkman, Paranoia, Prey, Timequest, Inferno, Dark Asylum, Tales from the Crypt, Gryphon, Dark Night of the Scarecrow, American Pie 2, Bean, Dorm Daze 2, Batman Beyond, Johnny Bravo, Dead Air
  249. former Oakland A's starting pitcher,was one of 3 1st rounders in 1990 by the A's,along with Todd Van Poppel
  250. former major league infielder; played for Rangers & A's
  251. 2nd Baseman for the Houston Astros (1978)and the Oakland Athletics (1981)
  252. Baseball Player, P
  253. 60's baseball player
  254. American fighter ace VF-15, 5 Kills - US Navy, f4f hellcat, p-47, p-51
  255. Baseball / Pitcher 1959-67 / Cardinals. Angels, Red Sox & A's / One of the Top Relievers of the Early 1960's
  256. Played for the A's, Indians & Orioles; 1X All - Star; former pitching coach for Cardinals, Mariners, Indians, A's and White Sox; current pitching consultant for the Chicago White Sox
  257. Baseball / Former 3rd Baseman / 1977-78 / Cardinals and A's
  258. U.S. Secret Service agent assigned to the White House detail during the Kennedy years, Duncan served as the advance agent for Fort Worth during the Texas visit in November 1963
  259. former major league pitcher; played for Stanford University, Indians, Expos, Rangers, Angels and A's; hit grand slam in 1971
  260. former MLB 1st baseman/DH. Played for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Okland Athletics. Won a world series championship in 2001. Also played in Mexico baseball league for Hermosillo were he was rookie of year in 1997
  261. Retired baseball player played for the kansas city athletics debut 1956
  262. Pitcher for Kansas City A's in 1966 (6 games) and 1967 (7 games) and was member of the 1969 Pilots (4 games)
  263. Buffalo Soldiers of WW2 'Age 90'
  264. Silent Film Child Actor, Born: 09/26/1920.'I Do' (1921), 'Gramdma's Boy' (1922), 'So This Is Marriage' (1924), 'Eastside Kids' (1940)
  265. Mike Edwards  (5)
    Retired baseball player played for the oakland athletics debut 2003
  266. Mike Edwards  (6)
    Drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 13th round of the 1991 MLB June Amateur Draft from University of Utah (Salt Lake City, UT)
  267. Mike Edwards  (2)
    1977 Pirates, 1978-80 Athletics; 1983 Kintetsu Buffaloes (Japan): IF (US); OF (JP)
  268. Wasp (wwii pilot)
  269. former major league outfielder; played for A's, Giants and Padres; 1st round pick 1969 MLB Draft
  270. former A's, Rockies, and Dodgers IF, currently with the Cardinals
  271. Baseball Player
  272. Baseball player, Philadelphia Athletics, 1942
  273. Baseball / Infielder / 1952 & 1955-63 / Chicago White Sox and Kansas City A's
  274. MLB outfielder & pinch hitter from 1958-63 for Phillies,Cards, Dodgers, Orioles, Indians, A's. Best known for 1959 World Series by hitting two home runs in only 3 at-bats. Best seasons: 1961 hitting 12 home runs, 289 in 173 at-bats. Hit 21 HR's in 1962
  275. former major league catcher/manager; played for Mariners, A's, Indians, White Sox & Phillies; managed Cubs in 1991
  276. Mike Evans  (7)
    Football player - 2014 draft - WR
  277. Musician, Actor - Titanic
  278. Hitting Coach for Vermont, Baseball A+ - Stockton Ports 2007
  279. Former major league pitcher that gave up mickey mantle's career homerun #49
  280. former major league pitcher/scout, played for White Sox, Orioles, A's, Tigers, Indians, Brewers, Rangers & Phillies; Orioles scout (1988-90); All-star (1980); current White Sox announcer
  281. Right-handed, Dominican-born, pitcher who debuted with the Oakland A's in 1995
  282. Baseball / Pitcher for the Angels, Yankees & Rangers
  283. Baseball Player
  284. Retired Oakland Athletics, San Diego Padres, Milwaukee Brewers. Hall of Fame pitcher(Reliever)
  285. 1959 Baltimore orioles player
  286. Porn star
  287. Retired baseball player played for the st louis cardinals debut 1988
  288. Baseball / 1993 & 1995-96 / Pitcher / Philadelphia Phillies & Oakland A's
  289. Baseball - Buffalo Bisons 2006
  290. A's pitcher
  291. Former pitcher for the Cleveland Indians, former pitcher for Giants (1997), White Sox (1997-2002), Athletics (2003) & Red Sox (2004-2006)
  292. Former Baseball Player, Current Coach for Harrisburg Senators
  293. Baseball player for Philadelphia A's, Red Sox, Cubs & Phillies played Catcher, 1st & 3rd base and outfield. MVP in 1932, 1933 & 1938 hit 534 homeruns; Selected to Hall of Fame in 1951; was an all star 7 times; managed 1952 Fort Wayne Daisies for AAGPBL
  294. First base prospect who was the 8th round draft pick of the Padres in 2009
  295. former major league second baseman; played for A's, Tigers, Giants & Padres; current SF Giants spanish radio announcer
  296. former Padres and Pirates IF, currently a free agent
  297. Pitcher for the Cubs and A's
  298. Baseball player, 1934-49, Chicago Cubs, Brooklyn Dodgers, Three-time all-star
  299. Former Oakland A's 3rd baseman/2nd baseman/shortstop; Third base coach for the Oakland A's
  300. former baseball player for reds, braves, phillies, cardinals, angels, arockies, athletics, and padres/ 2 time all-star/one time silver slugger
  301. ESPN Analyst Retired played for LA Dodgers Oakland A's Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox
  302. former major league infielder/manager; played for Athletics, Pirates, Astros, Dodgers & Giants; managed Astros, Tigers & Brewers; member of Pirates 1979 World Series team; 3X all-star
  303. Former Red Sox and Athletics outfielder 1943-46; Reds Coach 1953
  304. Hitting Coach for the Midland Rockhounds
  305. former major league infielder; played for A's, Mariners & Twins
  306. Band
  307. former Athletics, Rangers and Royals IF, now playing in Japan
  308. former Oakland A's & New York Yankees First Baseman and DH
  309. Philadelphia Phillies Relief Pitching Prospect
  310. Former baseball player. He pitched for the Milwaukee Braves and KC Athletics from 1959-1962,
  311. Oakland A's 2nd baseman/3rd baseman,is former White Sox & Mets pitcher Matt Ginter's older brother
  312. Baseball player with the 1953 Philadelphia A's
  313. Baseball Player - Stockton Ports
  314. English footballer. Plays centre abck for Liverpool
  315. Alex Gonzalez  (5)
    Baseball, right handed pitcher drafted by the Texas Rangers with the 23rd overall pick in the 2013 amateur draft
  316. Rockies All-Star outfielder, hit .588 in 2009 NLDS. Won 2010 NL Batting title
  317. Drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in 2011
  318. Milwaukee Brewers left - handed pitcher. Previously pitched for the Oakland A's (2008-11) and Washington Nationals (2012-18)
  319. 1st Baseman for the Cleveland Indians (1976), Philadelphia Phillies (1978)and the Oakland Athletics (1980)
  320. Retired Baseball player- Twins, Angels, PLayed College at Southern U, College Baseball HOF 2011
  321. Played baseball 1969-1974 with the Angels, Dodgers, Phillies and Cubs
  322. aaa baseball player mlb/seattle mariners
  323. Second-baseman who debuted with the Kansas City A's in 1957 (he passed away in 2005)
  324. MLB 1958-71, 7 Teams. 1st African American to win 20, with 21(most in A.L.)-7 in 1965. 2x All-Star. 1970 was 8-3, 24 saves, 1.86 ERA & 1971 was 6-2, 24 saves, 1.82./ 65 W.S. went 2-1, 2.74 ERA. Jim wrote, 'I threw 4 illegal pitches but was never caught'
  325. Baseball Player
  326. Jonathan Gray  (2)
    Baseball player, pitcher, Colorado Rockies 2015-
  327. Tuskegee Airmen
  328. Former MLB player - kansas city athletics (1963-67), oakland athletics (1968-74), 3X World Series champion
  329. A's prospect
  330. Baseball / 1997-2005 / A's, D-Rays, Brewers & Cubs / 1998 AL Rookie of Year / Son of 1970's Outfielder Tom Grieve & Brother of Former Minor Leaguer Tim Grieve
  331. Baseball Player
  332. Debuted with the Red Sox in 1966
  333. Former Blue Jays, Brewers and Rays outfielder, now coaching at Auburn University
  334. former major league third baseman; played for Oakland Athletics and Baltimore Orioles; All-Star 1977
  335. Baseball player from 1925-1941 for the Philadelphia A's and Red sox AL MVP in 1931 inducted into the hall of fame in 1947
  336. former major league pitcher; played for Pirates and A's
  337. retired Red Sox, A's player
  338. Juan Guzman  (2)
    World boxing champion
  339. Retired baseball player for the Milwaukee Brewers & Oakland Athletics
  340. Former N.Y. Yankee 1st baseman in the 1960's
  341. Pitcher for the Oakland Athletics
  342. Reds outfield prospect, born 1990
  343. MLB shortstop, second base from 1944-62 for Phillies, Indians. 3x All - Star. Best season 1953 with 90 RS, 92 RBI's with .279 average. 1950 World Series had 2 doubles, triple, stolen base w/ .429 average. Brother Garvin played on same team in 1945
  344. Baseball Player and Coach
  345. Baseball / Backup Outfielder for Red Sox & A's / 1978 & 1980-84
  346. Former baseball player. Longtime scout for Chicago Cubs. Born: 11/25/1914
  347. Known as an excellent fielder in the A's chain, he never could hit well enough to become a permanent major-leaguer, but he did play in major league games with the Kansas City A's in 1961 and again in 1963
  348. former major league pitcher; played for Braves & Athletics; First Round Draft Pick in 1972
  349. Bobby Hansen  (2)
    Baseball Player born 1989, from 2008 MLB June Amateur Draft
  350. former Padres, Reds and A's starter- currently with the Dodgers
  351. former major league starting pitcher; played for Cubs, Rangers and A's
  352. J. J. Hardy  (2)
    Herman - Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Ralphy - Nobody's Fool
  353. Baseball / All-Star Catcher During the 1980s-90's / Pirates, Cardinals, Tigers, A's, & Twins / Currently manager for San Jose (A)
  354. Baseball Player
  355. Former Baseball Player/Current TV annoucer for the Chicago White Sox
  356. Billy Harris  (2)
    NHL right wing from 1973-84, 12 seasons with Islanders, Kings, Maple Leafs. 1976 All - Star. Had 2 Hat Tricks during the 1973-74 season
  357. Baseball player born 1926, 1948-51 Philadelphia A's and the 1951 Cleveland Indians
  358. Played football for 1960'Los Angeles Chargers
  359. Tuskegee Pilot
  360. Baseball player, pitcher, 1941-47, Philadelphia Athletics, Washington Senators. Manager Baltimore Orioles (1961) Houston Colt .45's (1964-65) Atlanta Braves 1968-72
  361. Former Oakland Athletics' Pitcher, current pitching coach for the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs in the Atlantic League
  362. baseball
  363. Actress - The Slime People, Pajama Party, Ride The Wild Surf, City Under The Sea, Dr. Goldfoot & The Bikini Machine, The Ghost In The Invisible Bikini (title role). Wife of A.I.P. president James H. Nicholson from 1964 until his death in 1972
  364. James Harvey  (2)
    Tuskegee Airmen
  365. Currently on the Devil Rays/Baseball / Pitcher 1999 - Present / Spent Most of 2005 with Red Sox / Also Played for A's & Astros
  366. Right-handed pitcher who pitched for about a month in 1997 for the Oakland A's
  367. Baseball player in 20-30's. Hit 63 HR's (1930) and 69 (1933) in the Minors. Held AL record for total bases in a game. One player hit more home runs in MLB during the 1924 season. Joe with (27) & Ruth (46). Longest hit HR, 165 miles, landing in train
  368. Pitching coach of the Omaha Storm Chasers. Former Padres and Yankees starter
  369. Actor - Hollyoaks
  370. former major league relief pitcher; played for Giants, A's & Mariners
  371. Major League pitcher played for Oaklan A's in early 1980's Born Sept. 24, 1955
  372. Olympic Silver 1956 Gold 1960 - figure skating/ three stooges meet snow white
  373. former major league catcher; played for A's, White Sox & Cardinals
  374. former major league outfielder; played for A's, Yankees, Mets, Dodgers, Padres, Angels, Blue Jays, Mariners & Red Sox; 10X All-Star; 2X World Series champion; major league baseballs all-time base stealer; member of Baseball Hall of Fame
  375. First Base Coach for Tampa Bay Rays, Retired baseball player for the a's, angels, indians, padres and cardinals
  376. Former major league pitcher; played for Giants, Rangers, Expos & As; current pitching coach for the Yakima Bears
  377. Pitcher/currently in the Oakland organization
  378. former A's, Orioles and Reds All-Star catcher, currently with Colorado
  379. Former Oakland A's Prospect
  380. Born: November 11, 1937 Signed by the Kansas City Athletics asamateur free in 1957Debut: August 22, 1957
  381. Baseball / 1983-92 / A's, White Sox, Angels & Twins / Infielder that Could Play All Infield Positions
  382. Former Chicago White Sox,Los Angeles Dodgers,and Cleveland Indians middle reliever
  383. Baseball / Former Major League Catcher / Now Manager of Minor League Operations for Arizona D-Backs
  384. Baseball / 1968-76 / Outfielder - 1st Baseman / Twins & A's / Recorded 2 Hits & 2 RBIs in Only 3 At-Bats During 1974 World Series
  385. 1953 Pitcher Cleveland Indians {in the 1953 Topps Archives}
  386. Played baseball with the 1974 Oakland A's
  387. Actor
  388. Baseball Player from 1970-1981/ Played for Detroit Tigers, Oakland A's, Chicago Cubs
  389. Former Major League Outfielder
  390. Baseball Manager
  391. former MLB player - atlanta braves - 1976, 87), oakland athletics (1988-89)
  392. Minor league hitting coordinator for the Cleveland Indians, 1983 Oakland A's
  393. Pitcher for the San Francisco Giants
  394. Actor, - NCIS, Joey, CSI: Miami, born 1975
  395. Actor - played The Young Master in the TV series Doctor who
  396. British WWII Rear Admiral
  397. Lingerie/Legends Football League (LFL) Baltimore Charm 2011
  398. Hall Of Fame Outfielder, Played with Athletics, Orioles, Yankees, and Angels
  399. Football Player
  400. 'Tuskegee Airmen' & fighter ace of ww2
  401. Baseball / Former First Baseman & Outfielder for Milwaukee Brewers
  402. Baseball AA - New Hampshire Fisher Cats 2006
  403. USS Indianapolis survivor
  404. former major league outfielder; played for A's & Cubs; also played in Japan for Orix Blue Wave
  405. Right-handed pitcher who appeared in a few games for the Athletics in 1993 and 1994
  406. Toronto Blue Jays infielder, Former A's and Rays 1B/DH, now in White Sox organization... displays huge power in minors
  407. Right-handed pitcher who debuted with the White Sox in 1994
  408. Pearl Harbor Survivor, aboard U.S.S. Maryland when the attack took place. Also fought in the Korean War
  409. Bomb Aimer, 617 Squadron (Dambusters)
  410. Pearl Harbor survivor (7 Dec 1941), USS Oklahoma
  411. retired baseball player for the oakland a's and texas rangers. not the football player
  412. Pitcher for the Oakland Athletics (1978-1979), Texas Rangers (1979-1981), Boston Red Sox (1982-1984) and the Milwaukee Brewers (1985-1987)
  413. Member of rescue Ship USS Bassett to the aid of the USS Indianapolis Survivors
  414. Baseball Player
  415. WWII US Fighter Pilot, 56th FG, Zemke's Wolfpack
  416. WW2 vet, born 1921, and the last surviving member of Richard Byrd'sThird Antarctic Expedition in 1939. Also returned with Byrd on his 1946 and 1947 expeditions
  417. Left-handed-hitting outfielder who played in 2 games for the White Sox in 1960 and 2 games for the A's in 1961
  418. Alex Jones  (5)
    The One Show
  419. former major league pitcher; played for Astros, Phillies, A's, Cubs, Orioles, Indians & Brewers; 5X All-Star; 303 career saves
  420. Detroit Tigers Pitching Coach
  421. Current pitching coach with Detroit Tigers; retired baseball player for the a's
  422. Singer/Musician
  423. Richard Jones  (4)
    Baseball Player born 1988 - Cubs prospect, Daytona Cubs
  424. former MLB player - Oakland Athletics (1988-90), St. Louis Cardinals (1990-92), Kansas City Royals (1993-95), NY Yankees (2000), Arizona Diamondbacks (2002-03)
  425. Rick Joseph  (2)
    Baseball player
  426. former major league outfielder; played for Braves, A's, Indians & Yankees; 3X All-Star; 1990 NL Rookie of the Year; 2X World Series champion; was once married to actress Halle Berry
  427. playboy playmate - miss september 1976
  428. Former Major League Pitcher
  429. MLB first baseman from 1991-2004 for Dodgers, Cubs, A's. Silver Slugger. R.O.Y. in 1992. Best season - 1999 with 74 RS, 40 doubles, 34 HR, 112 RBI, .304 BA. 5x with over 100 RBI. 5x hit over 30 HR. In 3 N.L. Championship Series, hitting 4 HR, .324 BA
  430. Pitcher for the Oakland Athletics (1993-1994, 1997, 2006), Cleveland Indians (1998-2001), Atlanta Braves (2001), New York Yankees (2002-2005)and the Texas Rangers (2005)
  431. former major league third baseman; played for Red Sox, Tigers, Orioles, White Sox & Athletics; member of Baseball Hall of Fame; 10X All-star; career .306 hitter; former Tigers & Orioles broadcaster
  432. Baseball Player, 1952 Philadelphia Athletics, Brother of HOFer George Kell
  433. U.S. Congressman (4th CD) from Massachusetts. Son of Joseph P. Kennedy II, grandson of Ethel Kennedy and the late Robert F. Kennedy. Elected to Congress in 2012
  434. Baseball - 1968-73 With A's, Royals, White Sox
  435. retired baseball player for the oakland a's
  436. Didn't make it to the major leagues until he was 29, debuting with the Kansas City A's in 1962, playing in only 8 games (as an outfielder)
  437. Former 3rd baseman with the Oakland A's (1984-85), Milwaukee Brewers (1986-88) and New York Yankees (1989)
  438. 50s baseball
  439. minor league prospect
  440. Baseball A+ - Stockton Ports 2007
  441. Jim King  (2)
    Played basketball for 1969 Cincinnati Royals
  442. Ted King  (3)
    WWII ship Reuben James survivor
  443. Baseball / 1979-83 / Pitcher / Oakland A's & San Francisco Giants
  444. former MLB player - san francisco giants ('71-'74), new york mets ('75-'77), san diego padres ('77), california angels ('77), new york yankees ('77), chicago cubs ('78-'80), new york mets ('81-83), oakland athletics ('84-'86)
  445. Retired baseball player for the indians and Padres
  446. Kansas City A's pitcher, 1961
  447. Baseball player with 1958-1970 Kansas City A's, Twins, Mets,Indians and Milwaukee Braves
  448. MLB second baseman from 1940-53 for the White Sox, Tigers, and A's. Led the league in doubles with 40 in 1942
  449. minor league prospect
  450. Baseball / Former Braves, Brewers, Braves & Indians Outfielder / Hard-Playing Player/ Current manager of the Bowie Baysox (AA)
  451. Baseball player Oakland Athletics
  452. American Football, End, Notre Dame, NFL Redskins, Cleveland Rams of the NFL in 1938
  453. former major league pitcher; played for A's, Brewers, Braves, Red Sox & Cardinals; son of former MLB player; Lew Krausse Sr
  454. Baseball / 1956-60 Defensive Catcher for Pirates & A's / First Major League Homerun was Grand Slam in 1956
  455. MLB pitcher from 1946-56 for Tigers, Browns, White Sox, Orioles, and A's. Best season 1952 going 4-4 with a save and 2.96 ERA
  456. MLB pitcher from 1983-95 for 8 teams. Pitcher of the Month Award for July 1991 and for April 1992. Had a career W - L record of 68-66 with a 4.35 ERA
  457. Retired Major Leaguer, played for the St. Louis Browns
  458. Baseball / 1967-76 / Infielder that Played for A's, Brewers, Cardinals, Rangers & Padres
  459. Left-handed pitcher who debuted with the A's in 1997
  460. Former major league pitcher; played for NY Yankees & KC Athletics; 1X All-Star (1956); member of Yankees 1956 & 1958 World Series championship teams was the last pitcher to ever pitch against Jackie Robinson
  461. former MLB player ('55 Kansas City Athletics)
  462. former major league pitcher; played for Washington Senators, Kansas City A's; won 14 games
  463. 2014 Hall of Fame Inductee; Former Major League Player & Retired Manager; Third Winningest Manager in Major League History
  464. Baseball / 1977-84 / Played with 5 Teams / Pitched 33 Innings in the Majors Before Giving Up His First Run
  465. baseball player/manager
  466. Colorado Rockies Catching Coach, Baseball player/manager
  467. Baseball / Bullpen Ace of Late 1960's - Red Sox / Also Played Outfield Early in Minor League Career
  468. Photographer. Son of film comedian Harry Langdon
  469. Retired Baseball Player- Pitt. Pirates, Oakland A's
  470. Hitting Coach for the Colorado Rockies, Former MLB third baseman; played for Athletics, Angels & Red Sox; former Giants hitting coach
  471. Dodgers Manager, HOF 97
  472. Pitcher for the San Francisco Giants (1974-1984), Toronto Blue Jays (1985, 1987) and the Oakland Athletics (1987)
  473. aaa baseball players mlb/kansas city royals
  474. Retired Marine Officer who served on the ?Death Watch? for President John F. Kennedy?s casket following the assassination
  475. starting pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds
  476. former MLB pitcher - oakland athletics (1984-87, 94-95), san diego padres (1987-89), montreal expos (1991)
  477. former major league shortstop; played for Giants, Indians, Pirates & A's; great defensive player
  478. Actor & Stuntman: Played 'Michael Myers' in a few scenes in 'Halloween 6', Twin Peaks, The Shawshank Redemption, Total Recall
  479. aaa baseball players mlb/milwaukee brewers
  480. Born: December 12, 1941 in Colon, Colon, Panama. Baseball player nicknamed 'The Panamanian Express' he was used as a pinch runner by the great Oakland A's teams of the early '70's
  481. Bronze team Nasa Flight Director for the Apollo program
  482. pro baseball player for the Red Sox
  483. former MLB player - Philadelphia Athletics (1939-40)
  484. baseball player with Philadelphia A's
  485. Last surviving witness to 'The Sutton Hoo excavation' in 1939, considered to be one of the most important excavation's made in British archaeological history. She lives in Chester, UK and is now 84 years old
  486. retired baseball player for the pilots, brewers, angels, mets and red sox.
  487. Bob Long  (4)
    Australian WWII veteran and a member of Semut 1, a group of undercover allied operatives lead by the eccentric English Major Tom Harrisson in Borneo in 1945. Now lives in Bayswater, West Australia with his wife Margery
  488. former MLB player - kansas city athletics (1955-59), new york yankees (1959-66)
  489. former Rays reliever, currently in the Atlantic League
  490. Baseball / Outfielder on the 1993 Oakland Athletics / Had an Extremely Successful Minor League Career
  491. former major league pitcher; played for A's & Twins
  492. Baseball / Former Catcher for K.C Royals / 1980's and 1990's
  493. Last pilot of the Japanese pilots that attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941
  494. pitcher (52)
  495. Blue Jays pitching prospect
  496. former MLB player - Philadelphia Athletics (1936)
  497. 1977 Oakland A's
  498. Played in 1970's Atheletics
  499. Former Blue Jays,Rangers, Expos,Cardinals,and White Sox 2nd baseman
  500. Played 1st base for the Cubs in 1973