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  1. former Major League pitcher; played for Red Sox, Orioles, Angels, Mets & Dodgers; American League All-Star 1986
  2. Baseball Player
  3. 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
  4. Baseball / Former Starting Pitcher for Angels & Yankees / Threw a No-Hitter / Starred at University of Michigan / Born Without a Right Hand, College Baseball HOF(2007)
  5. Jim Abbott  (3)
    Retired baseball player played for the minnesota twins debut 2000
  6. Baseball / 1990's MLB Pitcher / Played for Angels & Phillies starting pitcher
  7. MLB pitcher - minnesota twins (1990-1992), cleveland indians (1993), seattle mariners (1998-2000)
  8. 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
  9. 1952 Cleveland Indians
  10. 1985 Chicago Cubs
  11. Pitcher, currently in the Toronto organization
  12. Former Braves, Indians and Rays reliever- now in Orioles organization
  13. Former Giants, Blue Jays and Orioles reliever, now in Athletics organization
  14. MLB pitcher - Cincinnati Reds (2001-04), Colorado Rockies (2005-present)
  15. pitcher (50)
  16. Retired MLB Pitcher
  17. Played for the 1947 south bend blue sox, AAGPBL
  18. former major league pitcher; played for Blue Jays, Mariners & Braves
  19. former MLB pitcher - cincinnati reds (1956-1959)
  20. Baseball
  21. Baseball player, 1972-75, White Sox, Phillies
  22. MLB pitcher from 1970-72 for Pirates, Padres. Best season was 1971 going 3-3 with 2.74 ERA
  23. Baseball AAA - Richmond Braves 2007
  24. Baseball / Pitcher / 1994-97 / Oakland A's Relief Pitcher that Appeared in 114 Games in 4 Seasons
  25. Ace Adams  (2)
    Minor League Baseball Coach currently in the Houston Astros Organization
  26. MLB relief pticher from 1941-46 with NY Giants. Led league in saves in both 1944 and 1945. Best season 1945: Most wins by a reliever going 11-9 with 15 saves and 3.42 ERA
  27. Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture 1951-55
  28. Actor-Carolina Parakeet
  29. Tuskegee Airmen 332nd Fighter Group!
  30. 1946 Chicago Cubs; former Dodgers pitching coach 1969-80
  31. former major league pitcher; played for Cubs, Dodgers, Phillies, Red Sox & Blue Jays
  32. 1996 Florida Marlins
  33. Baseball Player
  34. Mike Adamson  (2)
    Rugby Player
  35. Nate Adcock  (2)
    Baseball Player
  36. Los Angeles Angels #1 Prospect
  37. 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
  38. Pitcher
  39. 1990 Yankees
  40. Ramón Aguero  (2)
    Baseball Player
  41. Drafted in the 34th round (1027th overall) by the Los Angeles Angels in 2013
  42. former New York Mets and Minnesota Twins reliever
  43. MLB pitcher from 1955-70 for Tigers, Dodgers, Cubs, Indians. 2x All=Star. Best seasons 1960 going 5-3, 10 saves, 2.85 ERA & 1962 went 16-8 3 saves, and led league in ERA of 2.21
  44. aaa baseball player, mlb/florida marlins
  45. former college/major league pitcher; played for Louisiana State University, Orioles & Giants
  46. Baseball / Former Major League Pitcher for Indians, Rangers, A's & Phillies / 1980's & 90's / Current Bullpen Coach with San Diego Padres
  47. 1988 St Louis Cardinals
  48. former Yankees and Yomuri reliever, now with the Dbacks
  49. Former Texas Rangers pitcher
  50. Minnesota Twins pitcher
  51. Baseball Player
  52. retired pitcher- Minnesota Twins
  53. 1976 Reds
  54. MLB pitcher - detroit tigers (1990-92, 96), minnesota twins (1996-97), colorado rockies (1993), montreal expos (1993), tampa bay devil rays (1998-99), philadelphia phillies (1999-2000)
  55. former major league pitcher; played for Braves, Orioles & Brewers
  56. former baseball player
  57. former Texas Rangers mid-relief pitcher/spot starter
  58. Gaming Journalist
  59. Currently with the Bridgeport Bluefish of the Atlantic League/ former Brave, Marlin, Phillie and Cubs reliever/ born with sixth finger on pitching hand
  60. Brian Allard  (2)
    former major league pitcher; played for Texas Rangers & Seattle Mariners
  61. AAGPBL
  62. Bob Allen  (2)
    1961 cleveland indians
  63. Bob Allen  (6)
    Baseball Coach
  64. Actor-Airport For Birds
  65. Right-handed pitcher who debuted for the Indians in 2012 (drafted in the 23rd round by the Indians in 2011)
  66. Joe Allen  (3)
    Actor
  67. John Allen  (2)
    Author - Christmas Gifts, Christmas Voices
  68. Children's Book Author-I'm Not Cute
  69. The Apprentice
  70. Baseball player 1969-1975 with the Angels, Rangers and White Sox
  71. pitching coach/former mager league pitcher
  72. U.S. telecommunications businessman
  73. Ron Allen  (2)
    Baseball / Former Pitching Prospect for Red Sox / Career Cut Short by Injuries
  74. Actor: Played TV Weatherman in Stephen King's The Shining (1997)
  75. Steve Allen  (3)
    Broadcaster
  76. WWII Ace (5 kills) 5th September 1944 - Destroyed 5 aircraft, to become 'An Ace in a Day' - USAAF
  77. editor
  78. Baseball / Relief Pitcher for the Oakland A's / Early 1990's
  79. Pitcher for the Pawtucket Red Sox
  80. aaa baseball player, mlb/florida marlins
  81. MLB starting and relief pitcher from 1950-53 for the White Sox. Career stats - 18-3 record, 15 saves and 3.44 ERA
  82. Minor league coach, former major league pitcher; played for Colorado Rockies
  83. Baseball Player
  84. AAGPBL. Born Oct 31, 1933
  85. Baseball / Pitcher 1981-82 & 1988-89 / Atlanta Braves Reliever / Appeared in 60 Games in 1988
  86. Jose Alvarez  (3)
    Baseball Player
  87. Baseball player
  88. MLB pitcher from 1989-2005 for White Sox, Giants, Dodgers. All - Star 1994. Best seasons were 1993 went 15-8 with 2.95 ERA and 1996 going 15-10 with 4.22 ERA. 1993 AL Championship Series had 9-inning complete game win, one run allowed
  89. former Indians pitching prospect, now in the Astros organization
  90. Cuban born (1932) pitcher who debuted with the Chicago Cubs in 1955 and appeared in some games for the Cincinnati Reds in 1957
  91. Former Indians, Mariners, Phillies, Astros, Red Sox, Padres Pitcher, Phillies Announcer
  92. Former Major League Pitcher
  93. Andy Anderson  (5)
    Actor, 'Days of Our Lives', 'eCupid'
  94. Bob Anderson  (5)
    Singer-impressionist,
  95. Hell's Kitchen
  96. Rugby League Player
  97. Brian Anderson  (10)
    PGA Golf Player
  98. Brian Anderson  (11)
    Drafted in the 3rd round (76th overall) by the Miami Marlins in 2014. Born May 19, 1993
  99. Pitcher
  100. former White Sox and Royals outfielder, converted to pitcher
  101. Right-handed pitcher, member of the 2016 American League Champion Cleveland Champions
  102. Football Player
  103. MLB Pitcher (1961-64 Cardinals, Mets)
  104. 1979 KC Chiefs
  105. Don Anderson  (2)
    Storyboard Artist
  106. Eric Anderson  (3)
    Minor League Baseball Player
  107. Eric Anderson  (5)
    Baseball Player
  108. Author-Border Crossing
  109. Baseball / 1999-2004 / Former Starting Pitcher / Pirates, Reds, Cubs & Red Sox
  110. John Anderson  (7)
    Former St. Louis Cardinal 1962
  111. John Anderson  (17)
    Viscount Waverley, British Politician
  112. USS Arizona survivor; veteran of Pearl Harbor
  113. Football Player
  114. Lawrence D. Anderson pitched with the Brewers in 1974 and 1975 and with the White Sox in 1977
  115. Pitched for the Indians and Mariners in the early 80's
  116. Mike Anderson  (2)
    Career Minor League Baseball Player/Pitched for Cincinatti Reds in 1993/Now The Pitching Coach For The West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx
  117. Mike Anderson  (6)
    Outfielder for Northern Colorado from 1983-86 and played professional baseball for the California Angels organization from 1986-89
  118. Pitching Coach for the Minnesota Twins, Former New York Mets & Kansas City Royals middle reliever
  119. 1st Sergeant C co, 6th Ranger Battalion during the Great Raid WWII
  120. Baseball / Pitcher 1987 (Rangers), 1990 (Expos), & Royals (1995) / Played College Baseball for Oregon Ducks
  121. Actor: American Horror Story, Boston Legal, X-Files, Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Stand, Matlock, The Marshall Chronicles
  122. model
  123. Jupiter Hammerheads
  124. Chris Andrews  (2)
    Gary, the Yellow coat in BBC comedy series 'Hi-de-Hi!', 1981-88 - also celebrity bodyguard.
  125. baseball
  126. 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.
  127. Baseball player for NY Giants in the 1940's
  128. Actor-Pool Days,Touched By An Angel
  129. Pitcher for the 1973 St. Louis Cardinals
  130. Mike Andrews  (2)
    Author-How To Break Web Software
  131. Former Major League Pitcher; played for Cardinals, Astros & Athletics; 4X All-star; World Series Champion (1982)
  132. Dominican-born right-handed pitcher who debuted for the White Sox in 1995
  133. Baseball player with the KC Royals during the 1972 and 1973 seasons.
  134. Former Outfielder St. Louis Cardinals, Washington Nationals and Kansas City Royals. Currently plays for the New York Mets
  135. Adult Model-Penthouse Pet November 1998
  136. Football Player
  137. former major league pitcher; played for Giants, Braves & Indians; member of New York Giants 1954 World Series championship team; 6X All-Star
  138. Baseball Player
  139. Pitching Coach for the Colorado Rockies, Former MLB pitcher - new york mets (1973-77), pitching coach (ny mets class a minor leagues)
  140. Former Red Sox pitcher
  141. Baseball Player
  142. Former Major League Pitcher (Royals, A's, Mets, Angels)
  143. Former Major League Pitcher
  144. Baseball Player - El Paso Diablos
  145. Baseball Player; pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays
  146. Baseball Player
  147. Hockey Player
  148. Pitcher for the Kansas City Athletics (1961-62)
  149. Director of Photography
  150. Baseball player played 1 game for the 1947 New York Yankees
  151. Cuban defector, signed by the Kansas City Royals
  152. Pitcher; Colorado Rockies Organization
  153. Former minor league catcher. White Sox 11th round (jan)1977, Mariners 1st round (june 2nd) 1977. caught '77-'79 in Mariners system reaching 'A' former major league bull pen catcher winning a world series with the Yankees in 1996
  154. Left-handed pitcher who debuted for Astros in 1965 (pitching in only one game that whole season). He appeared in 7 games in 1966
  155. former major league pitcher; played for Indians & Padres; played collegiality at Ohio State; College World Series MOP 1966
  156. Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher,formerly with the Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos
  157. minor league baseball player for the wichita wranglers
  158. negro league player
  159. Former Major League Pitcher
  160. Tall (6'7'), right-handed pitching prospect drafted in the 3rd round by the Astros, in 2011
  161. former major league pitcher; played for Royals, Indians, Yankees & Padres
  162. Professional Wrestler
  163. Author
  164. Actor
  165. aaa baseball player mlb/san francisco giants
  166. AAGPBL
  167. Girls Baseball - All American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL); pitcher for the South Bend Blue Sox
  168. Scott Arnold  (2)
    Right-handed pitcher who debuted with the Cardinals in 1988
  169. Actor
  170. Baseball Player - Myrtle Beach Pelicans
  171. Pitcher for the New York Yankees (1986-1987), Texas Rangers (1989-1991) and the Cleveland Indians (1992). Florida Marlins 2003 World Series Champions
  172. Former St Louis Cardinals starting pitcher,defected from Cuba in 1992
  173. Philadelphia Phillies pitcher, former Baltimore Orioles and Chicago Cubs starting pitcher, was 5th round pick in 2007 draft
  174. MLB pitcher from 1961-1970 with Twins, Reds, Mets and White Sox. Best seasons were 1967 with 6 wins and one save with 3.16 ERA and 1968 going 12-10 with 3.33 ERA
  175. Baseball / 1998-2002 / Pitcher for Devil Rays, Rockies and Red Sox / Best Season, 1998: 14-12 With 3.56 ERA
  176. Retired Baseball Player For The Tigers, A's and Twins
  177. former major league pitcher; played for Cardinals, Reds, Yankees & Pirates; 2X All-Star 1955 & 1961; member of Yankees 1961 World Series Championship team
  178. Baseball player with 1971 Cardinals
  179. Chunichi Dragons
  180. José Ascanio  (2)
    former Braves reliever, now in Dodgers chain
  181. Baseball AAA - Round Rock Express 2007
  182. Pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies (1991-1992,2000), Colorado Rockies (1993), San Diego Padres (1993-1999,2004), Atlanta Braves (2000) and the Los Angeles Dodgers (2001-2003)
  183. Baseball Player
  184. Baseball / Former Relief Pitcher of the 1980's / Played For Braves, Cubs, Indians and other teams
  185. Baseball / Pitcher / Currently With The Houston Astros Organization / Has Gone Back & Forth With Astros And Minors Last Two Years
  186. washington nationals pitcher, Former rockies, astros, and mets pitcher
  187. former MLB pitcher - oakland athletics (1983-1986), minnesota twins (1986-1988), cleveland indians (1989)
  188. former Nationals starting pitcher, now in Reds organization
  189. Baseball player with the 1950-1952 Boston Red Sox
  190. Former Cubs prospect, now with the Nationals organization
  191. Former major league pitcher for the Montreal Expos 1976-1979
  192. former Yankees farmhand, now in Rays organization
  193. Baseball / Former Brewers Pitcher / 1980's & 90's / First Round Draft Choice in 1984
  194. Baseball / 1975-84 / Pitcher / Spent Entire Playing Career with Brewers / Former Head Coach of University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Baseball
  195. MLB pitcher for the Tigers, Red Sox, and Browns from 1933-42. Best known for winning a World Series game in 1933 as a rookie. Best seasons 1935 with 18-7 record, led league with best w - l percentage, and 1937 with 17-9 record with one save
  196. Seattle Mariners 2007 First Round Draft Pick (No. 11 overall)
  197. Played Major League Baseball with St Louis Cardinals from 1965-66
  198. Former MLB pitcher. Played his career with Brewers 1991-93. Compiled a 6-4 win loss record
  199. Former MLB Pitcher. Current pitching coach for Stanford Baseball
  200. Drafted by the Expos in 1991
  201. Baseball Player
  202. retired baseball player for the brewers
  203. Former baseball player for the 1976 Atlanta Braves
  204. former Atlanta Braves & Cincinatti Reds starting pitcher
  205. Baseball Player
  206. MLB pitcher for Mariners and the Reds
  207. aaa baseball players mlb/chicago cubs
  208. Football Player
  209. retired pitcher -Texas Rangers
  210. Baseball / Pitcher with Houston Astros / Outstanding All-Around Athlete
  211. Baseball Pitcher born 1977, pitched in bigs for the Indians, Mets, Rangers, Nationals. Gave up Barry Bonds' 756th Homerun. Radio producer/host in Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas. Not to be confused with his father Mike Bacsik born 1952
  212. Mike Bacsik  (2)
    Baseball Pitcher, born 1952 - Texas Rangers 1975-1977, Minnesota Twins 1979-1980. Pitched to Hank Aaron when he was on 755 home runs. Not to be confused with his son Mike Bacsik born 1977
  213. former Marlins pitcher, now with Rays
  214. Baseball - Tacoma Rainiers 2007
  215. baseball double a for the florida marlins
  216. currently with the baltimore orioles/formerly on the Braves/Formerly on the Dodgers/Former pitcher for the Devil Rays
  217. Baseball player, 1937-48. Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Indians
  218. MLB pitcher from 1966-82 for Yankees, White Sox, A's, Expos, Angels, Phillies. Known as 'Bahnsen Burner or Bonce'. R.O.Y. in 1968 with 17-12, 2.05 ERA. In 1972 went 21-16 with 2.60 ERA
  219. Baseball Player
  220. Former MLB pitcher - cleveland indians (1986-1989), california angels (1990-1992), texas rangers (1997-1998) Appeared on Nickelodeon show 'Wild and Crazy Kids'
  221. Andrew Bailey  (2)
    Boston Red Sox Pitcher. Former Oakland A's closer; All-Star; 2009 AL Rookie of the Year
  222. pitcher(58)
  223. USS Pueblo
  224. Baseball Player
  225. Baseball Player, Detroit Tigers
  226. Actor: Vegas, The Rockford Files, Back Roads, The Surrogate, Night Court, Penitentiary 3, Vultures, Ally McBeal
  227. Jim Bailey  (3)
    1950's Reds Player & brother of Ed
  228. Baseball / 1995-1997 / Colorado Rockies' Pitcher / Former College Star at Florida State University
  229. baseball (1967)
  230. former major league pitcher; played for Tigers, Reds, Cardinals, Pirates, Blue Jays, Phillies & A's; 2X World Series champion; was pitching coach for Dayton Dragons & Billings Mustangs
  231. D-backs prospect
  232. Baseball player - member of the 1964 StL Cardinals
  233. Norman Baker  (2)
    WWII - Iwo Jima. Seabee with the 4th Marine Division, built Motoyama No. 2 airfield
  234. AAGPBL; Battle Creek Belles, Muskegon Lassies, South Bend Blue Sox, Fort Wayne Daisies
  235. Former major league pitcher for the Detroit Tigers (1978-1979), Oakland A's (1982-1983), and St. Louis Cardinals (1983)
  236. former pitcher for the Boston Braves
  237. MLB pitcher from 1961-70 for Phillies, Reds, and Padres. Best seasons were 1962 with 12-7, 13 saves, 2.96 ERA & 1963 going 11-7 with 16 saves and a 2.30 ERA & 1964 had 6 wins with 21 saves, 3.12 ERA
  238. Baseball
  239. MLB pitcher - Chicago Whitesox (1995-01), Los Angeles Dodgers (2001), Seattle Mariners (2002), Minnesota Twins (2003), NY Mets (2004-present)
  240. James Baldwin  (3)
    Drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 4th round of the 2010 MLB June Amateur Draft
  241. Co-founder of Starbucks, with Gordon Bowker and Zev Siegl
  242. retired baseball player for the mets
  243. Former Orioles and Royals pitcher, currently in the Atlantic League
  244. former Nationals pitcher, now with Tigers
  245. Drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 1st round (7th) of the 2013 MLB June Amateur Draft
  246. former MLB pitcher - baltimore orioles (1987-1991), pittsburgh pirates (1993-1994)
  247. Baseball Player - Frisco Roughriders
  248. pitcher in the Nationals organization
  249. Baseball Player
  250. Baltimore Orioles coach 70,s
  251. Baseball / 1973-76 / Minnesota Twins Pitcher / All American at Arizona State and a Member of the ASU Hall of Fame
  252. former pitcher-Seattle Pilots, Cincinnati Reds
  253. Former player for the Brooklyn Dodgers
  254. MLB pitcher from 1986-95 for Royals, Mariners, Reds, Red Sox, Yankees. Best seasons were 1989 going 14-6, 3.34 ERA and 1992 with 10-4, save, 2.93 ERA
  255. former Blue Jays and Padres pitcher, now in Orioles organization
  256. aaa baseball players mlb/toronto blue jayes
  257. former major league pitcher; played for Royals, Angels, Rangers, Astros, White Sox & Mariners; All-Star 1982; father of MLB pitcher Brian Bannister
  258. MLB pitcher from 1947-50 for the Dodgers. Best season was 1949 going 10-6 with 3 saves and ERA of 3.37. In the 1949 World Series he pitched 5 2/3 innings with an ERA of 3.18
  259. Baseball Player, pitcher, Atlanta Braves 2015-
  260. Baseball Player
  261. aaa baseball players mlb/chicago white sox
  262. baseball player
  263. Right handed pitcher with MN Twins in 1970-71, born 1948
  264. Former White Sox pitcher, now in Dodgers organization
  265. Right-handed pitcher who pitched for the Giants very briefly in 1957, 1958, and 1959 (passed away in 1985)
  266. Baseball / Top Pitching Prospect for the Boston Red Sox / Former UNC Ace / Drafted in First Round of 2006 Draft
  267. Right-handed pitcher who debuted for the Cardinals in 1972, appeared in a few games for them again in 1974, and pitched some games for the Tigers in 1975, 1976, and 1977. He unfortunately died from leukemia in 1994
  268. Former Texas Rangers mid-relief pitcher
  269. Retired pitcher- Expos
  270. Left-handed pitcher who debuted with the Red Sox in 1995
  271. MLB pitcher from 1976-87 (11 yrs) for Rangers, Indians, Braves, Brewers. Known as 'Large Lenny'. All - Star (1981). Led league in K's in 1980 & 81. In 1980 went 19-12 & 1982 went 15-11. Threw a perfect game on 5-15-81
  272. baseball
  273. Baseball / 1998 / Boston Red Sox Pitcher / Appeared in 6 Major League Games
  274. Former MLB Baseball Player - Cleveland Indians
  275. retired pitcher for StL, Hou, Tor, Cal
  276. Baseball / 1990-94 / Pitcher for Expos, Indians & Dodgers / Played for Clemson University 1986-89
  277. Baseball
  278. Matt Barnes  (2)
    former team USA member, top pitching prospect for the Red Sox
  279. Assistant weaponeer on Bockscar during Nagasaki mission
  280. Pitcher for W.Sox and Indians 1982-83
  281. Scott Barnes  (2)
    Cleveland Indians Pitcher
  282. Baseball A - South Bend Silver Hawks 2007
  283. MLB pitcher from 1943-50 for Dodgers. Pitched no - hitter against the Giants in 1948, going 15-13 with 3.10 ERA
  284. former major league pitcher; played for Baltimore Orioles, Baltimore Orioles 1966
  285. Former Chicago White Sox pitcher
  286. 2004 P Marlins
  287. AAGPBL, from Winnipeg, Manitoba, deceased
  288. MLB pitcher from 1971-83 for Giants and Angels. Best season was 1976 with 15-12 record and 2.89 ERA. Broke Major League Record for Most Consecutive Batters Retired (41) in 1972
  289. Colonel pilot of Air Force One for Presidents Bush I and Clinton
  290. Baseball / Pitcher 1974-76 / Boston Red Sox & Texas Rangers
  291. Baseball Player
  292. Baseball Player
  293. Right-handed pitcher who appeared as a reliever in four games for the Montreal Expos in 1988
  294. Pitcher, White Sox
  295. 1962 los angeles dodgers
  296. Former Boston Bruins defenseman in the 1946/47 season
  297. baseball, mlb pitcher
  298. pitcher in Nationals organization
  299. Baseball AAA - Round Rock Express 2007
  300. Baseball Player
  301. former Twins pitcher, currently in the Astros organization
  302. Baseball / 3rd Baseman / Prospect in Orioles Organization / First Round Draft Pick in 2001
  303. Baseball Player
  304. Pitched for St. Louis Cardinals in 1993. His major league debut was 9/3/93
  305. Baseball player - Seattle Pilots
  306. currently a MLB free agent. Pitcher, played for Pirates, Marlins, Cubs, Expos, Royals, Diamondbacks, Blue Jays, Mariners, Nationals, Mets & Braves. Won a world series championship in 2001
  307. Oakland A's pitcher 1977
  308. Trevor Bauer  (2)
    #3 overall MLB draft pick - Arizona Diamondbacks (2011), played college baseball for UCLA
  309. MLB pitcher from 1955-65 for Red Sox, White Sox and Cubs. Led league in ERA in 1960 going 7-2 with 4 saves and 2.67 ERA
  310. Baseball / Former MLB Pitcher - Chicago White Sox (1978-1981), Pittsburgh Pirates (1982)
  311. Jose Bautista  (2)
    Former Major League Pitcher Baltimore Orioles
  312. pitcher in the Twins organization
  313. Baseball Player
  314. pitcher for the orioles. 56-58
  315. Baseball player, pitched for the Athletics in the 1980's.
  316. Baseball
  317. MLB pitcher from 1943-53 for Indians, Senators, Tigers, Browns, and White Sox. Best season was 1948 going 20-7 with a save and a league leading 2.43 ERA. In 1948 World Series was 1-0, giving up 6 hits, no runs in 10 2/3 innings
  318. Baseball
  319. Right-handed pitcher who debuted for the Mets in 1963 (he passed away in 1999)
  320. Former Major League Pitcher
  321. former major league pitcher; played for Yankees & Mariners; member of Yankees 1978 World Series championship team; former general manager of Expos & Orioles
  322. Former New York Mets pitcher
  323. Baseball / Pitcher / Mariners prospect
  324. aaa baseball playermlb/baltimore orioles
  325. Baseball Player
  326. Drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 35th round of the 2009 MLB June Amateur Draft and the Chicago White Sox in the 2nd round of the 2012 MLB June Amateur Draft
  327. Baseball Player
  328. Baseball
  329. Former Giants, Padres, Cubs closer
  330. Mlb pitcher Rockies 96-97
  331. former MLB pitcher - los angeles dodgers (1978-83), kansas city royals (1984-85)
  332. baseball player
  333. Former Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher
  334. Drafted in the 1st round (14th overall) by the San Francisco Giants in 2014
  335. Baseball Player
  336. Former Major League Pitcher
  337. MLB Pitcher 1968-75 (Orioles, Yankees, Indians)
  338. Baseball player
  339. Retired pitcher for Braves, Indians
  340. Cincinnatti reds pitcher in 1973
  341. aaa baseball players mlb/toronto blue jayes
  342. former MLB pitcher - Los Angeles Dodgers (1987-90), Cincinnati Reds (1992-93), Chicago White Sox (1993), Detroit Tigers (1994), Seattle Mariners (1995), Kansas City Royals (1996-98), Anaheim Angels (1999-00)
  343. Diamondbacks 2009 #1 Draft Pick
  344. Pitcher in the major leagues from 1962 (broke in with the Angels) to 1970 (only 3 games with the Reds that year)
  345. Baseball Player - Altoona Curve
  346. Colorado Rockies Pitcher, former Brave and Red
  347. aaa baseball players mlb/oakland athletics
  348. Baseball Player; pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays
  349. 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
  350. 1949 KC Monarchs
  351. Former Major League Pitcher
  352. Eric Bell  (3)
    Basketball Player
  353. MLB pitcher from 1958-69 for Indians, Red Sox, Pirates, White Sox. Known as 'Ding Dong'. Got a save in 1967 World Series. Best season was 1965 going 6-5 with 16 saves and 3.04 ERA
  354. former major league pitcher; played for Brewers
  355. Starting pitcher for the LA Angels
  356. former Cubs pitcher, now in Orioles chain
  357. Rigo Beltrán  (2)
    former Cardinals reliever; currently pitching coach for Bakersfield (A)
  358. Baseball Player
  359. former major league pitcher; played for Cardinals, Cubs & Rangers; brother of former major league pitchers, Adam & Andy Benes
  360. MLB pitcher from 1989-2002 for Cardinals, Mariners, Cubs, Diamondbacks & Padres. Known as 'Rain Man'. All-Star. Led league in K's in 1994. Best seasons were 1991 going 15-11, 3.03 ERA & 1996 with 18-10, save, 3.84 ERA. Brother of pitcher Alan Benes
  361. Baseball player, 1925-1938, Dodgers, Phillies, Indians
  362. Baseball / Hard Throwing Right Handed Reliever/ Has Played for Orioles, Mets, Marlins & Giants
  363. Canadian pitcher who played from 1943 through 1944 in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Kenosha Comets (1943). South Bend Blue Sox (1943-1944). Inducted Into The Canadian Baseball Hall Of Fame In 1998
  364. Baseball (Pitcher 1962-64 Phillies, 1965-67 Red Sox, 67 mets, 68 Angels)
  365. Baseball player for the Twins
  366. former Brewers, Braves and Rays reliever, currently in the Arizona organization
  367. Played 1998 Baltimore Orioles, now Phys Ed Teacher Windsor Middle School
  368. Actress-Rise of The Foot Soldier
  369. Texas Rangers starting pitcher. Former Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, New York Mets,and Baltimore Orioles
  370. pitcher (46)
  371. Former New York Mets, KC Royals, Toronto Blue Jays, San Francisco Giants, Minnesota Twins, Detroit Tigers, and Atlanta Braves middle reliever. Member of the 1984 World Champion Detroit Tigers, & 1987 World Champion Minnesota Twins
  372. Former Reds & Mets relief pitcher
  373. Baseball AA - Tennessee Smokies 2007
  374. AAGPBL - pitcher for the South Bend Blue Sox, 1943-1944
  375. American Girls Baseball - pitcher for the Springfield Sallies (1950) In The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League
  376. former major league/NPB pitcher; played for Orioles, Diamondbacks and Chunichi Dragons; current minor league coach
  377. Baseball player, Tigers, Twins
  378. Former Nationals pitcher, currently in the Rockies organization
  379. Pitcher from 70's and 80's, Mets, Brewers/currently the pitching coach for Tacoma (AAA)
  380. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  381. Puerto Rican right-handed pitcher who was the #1 draft pick of the Twins in 2012
  382. Ryan Berry  (2)
    Top pitcher for rice university
  383. former major league pitcher; played for Senators, Orioles & Cardinals; member of Orioles 1966 World Series championship team
  384. aaa baseball players mlb/new york yankees
  385. Marlins/padres pitching prospect in early 90s
  386. pitcher for the orioles. 1956
  387. former Mariners and Twins spot-starter/mid-reliever
  388. New York Yankees relief pitcher
  389. Former baseball player for the 1965 NY Mets.
  390. 1984 Mets
  391. Team USA Baseball player
  392. aaa baseball players mlb/anahelm angels
  393. Baseball
  394. MLB pitcher 1972-84 for Cardinals, Rangers, Indians, Pirates. 1980 All-Star. Best seasons - 1979 with 12-4, 2.81 ERA & 1980 with 19-6, 3.32 ERA. Led league w-l % in 1979 & 80. W.S.1979 - 10 2/3 innings, 2.61 ERA. 1981 game gave up hit, retired next 27
  395. Canadian Actress - Movie - 'Danger pour la societe' (1970), 'Deformation personnelle' (2003)
  396. Drafted in the 1st round (18th overall) by the San Francisco Giants in 2015
  397. Retired baseball player. Played for the Phillies in the 40's
  398. Baseball / Pitcher 2000-2004 / One of the Best Closers in Baseball During 2003 Season
  399. former major league pitcher; played for Cubs, Pirates, Braves, Angels & Indians
  400. Former D-Backs, D-Rays, Indians, and Rangers pitcher, Diamondbacks First Ever Draft Pick, currently in the Baltimore organization
  401. former major league pitcher; played for Reds, Tigers, Red Sox, Astros & Dodgers; All-Star 1973; 2X World Series Champion
  402. Baseball Player
  403. Baseball / Former Florida Marlins Pitcher / Former College Star at Cal State-Fullerton / Pro Career Cut Short by Injuries
  404. Baseball Player
  405. former MLB pitcher - kansas city royals (1973-78), philadelphia phillies (1979), new york yankees (1980-81), chicago cubs (1981-82), boston red sox (1983)
  406. MLB pitcher from 1986-95 for Brewers, Mets, also played for Yokohama Bay Stars (Japan). Best season - 1988 going 10-8. Did not play MLB in 1993 & 94. Ended ML career on high note in 1995 (27 2/3 IP) had 1.63 ERA.. Coaches baseball at U of Kent State
  407. Mlb Player 1955 Detroit Tigers, 1956 Baltimore Orioles, 1958 Los Angeles Dodgers
  408. Baseball / 1985-86 & 1988-90 / Left Handed Pitcher / Oakland A's & Cincinnati Reds / Attended Michigan State
  409. Baseball Player
  410. Baseball player Phillies
  411. Baseball / 1990's / Former Oakland A's & Texas Ranger's Relief Pitcher
  412. American Female Baseball Player - All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Played For The South Bend Blue Sox (1947), Muskegon Lassies (1948), Grand Rapids Chicks (1949-'52, 1954) And Fort Wayne Daisies (1952-'53)
  413. Bullpen Coach for the Houston Astros
  414. Baseball / Former Major League Pitcher During the 1980's / Current Padres Manager
  415. Negro league and MLB starter & relief pitcher from 1952-57 with Dodgers, Reds, and Senators.. First black pitcher to win a WS game in 1952, as he pitched 21 1/3 innings with 2.53 ERA. Won rookie of the year in 1952 going 15-4 with 15 saves and 2.15 ERA
  416. Czech Republic Adult Film Star
  417. Baseball Player
  418. Baseball A - Greenville Drive 2007 '2008 El Paso Diablos Pitcher'
  419. former A's and Mariners pitcher, now in Giants chain
  420. MLB pitcher from 1942-55 for Reds, Yankees, A's. US Army 1943-45. Known as 'The Whip'. Best seasons were 1947 going 22-8 with 2.47 ERA & 1950 winning 17 games, 4 saves, 2.97 ERA. Led league in wins with 22 in 1947 & strike outs in 1950. World Series 52
  421. Tall (6'5') right-handed pitching prospect who was the #1 draft pick of the Diamondbacks in 2013
  422. Dennis Blair  (2)
    former major league pitcher; played for Expos & Padres
  423. Right-handed pitching prospect who was the #1 draft pick of the Cardinals in 2010
  424. Birmingham Black Barons 1948 {Negro League]
  425. Former baseball player with the Reds and A's from 1951 to1957
  426. English Producer, Writer And Director
  427. Son of former major league pitcher Edward Blake. Former minor league pitcher '70-'73 'A'-'AA' Baltimore Orioles 3rd round pick #72, '70
  428. American Former Base Ball Player - Pitcher - Kansas City Athletics (1966) And New York Yankees (1965)
  429. American Former Base Ball Player - Pitcher- Houston Astros (2003)
  430. baseball
  431. Former Major League Pitcher; played for Braves and Cubs
  432. Pitcher with the Braves from 1963-1967
  433. MLB pitcher 1964-74 for Pirates, Pitched 2 complete 1971 World Series games for the champion Pirates, going 2-0 with 1.00 ERA. Best seasons: 1968 went 18-6 (league's best w - L %), 2.12 ERA & 1972 went 19-8, 2,49 ERA. Led league in shutouts with 5
  434. 1972 New York Yankees
  435. St. Louis Cardinals 1959
  436. former major league pitcher; played for Cardinals & Yankees; former Royals pitching coach; member of Royals 1985 World Series championship team (coach)
  437. Baseball Player
  438. Baseball player;drafed by the phillies 1971
  439. Right-handed pitcher who debuted for the Tigers in 1995
  440. 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
  441. American Male Former Baseball Player - Pitcher - 'Kansas City Royals' (1996)
  442. Former All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Pitcher. 'Minneapolis Millerettes' (1944), 'Milwaukee Chicks' (1944), 'Grand Rapids Chicks' (1945), 'Peoria Redwings (1946?'47), 'Fort Wayne Daisies' (1947?'50), Kalamazoo Lassies (1951?'54)
  443. Baseball H.O.F. Current Twins announcer/former MLB pitcher from 1970-92 for Twins, Pirates, Angels, Rangers & Indians; 2x All-Star; World Series in 1979 & 87 going 2-1, 2.35 ERA. Pitched no-hitter 9-22-1977. Career strikeouts 3,701. K leader in 1985
  444. Right-handed pitcher who debuted for the Browns in 1953, and then pitched for them as they became the Orioles, in 1954. He passed away in 2004
  445. aaa baseball players mlb/minnesota twins
  446. Baseball Player
  447. former MLB pitcher - san francisco giants (1986-88), detroit tigers (1989)
  448. Baseball / Pitcher of the 1980's / Orioles, Red Sox, Brewers & Royals / 20 Game Winner in 1984/ 1X All-Star/ member of Orioles 1983 World Series championship team/ 1983 ALCS MVP
  449. Major League Baseball pitcher
  450. Former Atlanta Braves & Philadelphia Phillies spot-starter/mid-reliever
  451. Baseball / Current Minor League Prospect for St.Louis Cardinals / Pitcher / Drafted in 2005
  452. Former mlb pitcher for the rangers ,braves
  453. 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
  454. Baseball
  455. Former MLB player
  456. Fmr Baseball Player (STL 51-53)
  457. Baseball / Pitcher During the 1960's & 70's / Giants, Brewers & Red Sox
  458. Pitcher - White Sox - 1960's
  459. Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher,formerly with the Arizona Diamondbacks
  460. Baseball player
  461. Baseball / Former Pitcher for the Boston Red Sox
  462. retired baseball player for the brewers and mets
  463. Bullpen Coach of the New York Mets, Baseball / 1991-2001 / Pitcher / Padres, Brewers, Yankees, Reds, Royals, Orioles & Marlins / Member of the 1994 AL All-Star Team
  464. American Retired Male Baseball Player - Pitcher - Cincinnati Reds (1978-1980), Chicago Cubs (1978-1980)
  465. baseball
  466. former Tigers reliever, currently in the Phillies organization
  467. Former Twins and Red Sox starting pitcher, currently in the Giants organization
  468. Chris Booker  (2)
    American Male Former Baseball Player - Pitcher - 'Cincinnati Reds' (2005), 'Kansas City Royals (2006), 'Washington Nationals' (2006?2007)
  469. America Former Baseball Player And Coach -Pitcher -f ' San Diego Padres'(1983-89), 'Minnesota Twins'(1989) And 'The San Francisco Giants'(1990). Coach - 'Kinston Indians'(1993?2004), 'Canton?Akron Indians'(1995), 'San Diego Padres'(1997?2003) plus 2 more
  470. former major league pitcher; played for Orioles, Padres & Astros
  471. former Angels pitcher, now with Tigers chain
  472. Was a ML pitcher for 1964 Philadelphia Phillies
  473. former major league pitcher; played for Cardinals, Reds, Angels & Giants; 2X World Series Champion (1975,76)
  474. Pedro Borbón  (3)
    Played baseball for the California Angels (1969) Cincinnati Reds (1970-1979) San Francisco Giants (1979) St. Louis Cardinals (1980)
  475. Pedro Borbon  (2)
    former Atlanta Braves reliever, son of Pedro Bornon Sr
  476. American Female Former Professional Baseball Player - Pitcher - 'St. Paul Saints' (1997), 'Duluth?Superior Dukes' (1997?1999), 'Madison Black Wolf' (1999), 'Zion Pioneerzz' (2000). First Woman To Play In A Men's Professional Baseball League
  477. 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
  478. Baseball / Relief Pitcher / Member of the 1982 Minnesota Twins
  479. Baseball
  480. Baseball / Former Phillies Bullpen Workhorse / Currently (2005) in Cardinals Organization
  481. Baseball player with the 1960-1961 Boston Red Sox
  482. American Female Former Baseball Player - Pitcher - All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. 'South Bend Blue Sox' (1943)
  483. currently with the clevland indians/former Florida Marlins setup guy
  484. Baseball Player
  485. MLB pitcher from 1942-51 with Yankees, Cubs, Phillies, Pirates, and Tigers. Was 3-2 in three World Series of 1942, 43, and 45. Best season in 1945 going 21-7 with one save and led league in ERA with 2.65
  486. Baseball Player
  487. Former Milwaukee Brewers & Seattle Mariners starting pitcher- now pitching coach for the Cubs
  488. former major league pitcher; played for Cubs, Orioles, Mariners, Expos, Angels & Phillies; Drafted in First Round of 1986 Draft, #10 overall pick
  489. Baseball - Pitcher of 60's & 70's- Won 42 Games 1969-71 With the Washington Senators
  490. former major league pitcher; played for Twins, Tigers & Orioles; won 20 games in 1969
  491. Baseball Coach, retired player - cubs, royals
  492. Singer/Musician/Former Major League Pitcher
  493. retired baseball player for the angels.
  494. Played Baseball with the 1962 Angels
  495. Baseball / Left Handed Starting Pitcher / 1991-94 / Blue Jays, Indians, Expos
  496. Right-handed pitcher who debuted for the Washington Senators in 1961
  497. Baseball / Pitcher on the 1996 San Francisco Giants / One of the Top Pitchers in All Minor Leagues in 1995