Nashville Vols all-time roster

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In this photograph of a baseball team, seventeen men wearing dark uniforms and caps are sitting on a raised parcel of dirt in three rows facing the camera.
The 1901 Southern Association champion Nashville Baseball Club

The Nashville Vols were a Minor League Baseball franchise that played in Nashville, Tennessee, from 1901 to 1963; the team was inactive in 1962 due to declining attendance and the Southern Association ceasing operations after 1961.[1] After 62 seasons of play, 1,215 players had competed in at least one game for the Vols. Of those players, 546 also played in at least one game for a Major League Baseball team. Fourteen players also served in the position of manager concurrent with their on-field playing.

The Nashville Baseball Club was formed as a charter member of the newly organized Class B Southern Association in 1901.[2] The team did not receive their official moniker, the Nashville Volunteers, until 1908.[3] However, the team was, and is, commonly referred to as the Vols. Their last season in the Southern Association was 1961. After sitting out the 1962 season, the Vols returned for a final season as a part of the South Atlantic League in 1963.[4] Over their 62-year existence, the Vols competed at four class levels: Class B (1901), Class A (1902–1935), Class A1 (1936–1945), and Double-A (1946–1961, 1963). They served as a farm club for eight major league teams.

Today, all minor league teams are affiliated with a Major League Baseball team. The purpose of a minor league club is to develop players for the major league team. However, it wasn't until the 1930s that Nashville entered into such major league affiliations on a consistent basis. Nashville was affiliated with eight major league teams throughout its existence: the Cleveland Indians (1908),[5] Chicago White Sox (1920),[5] New York Giants (1934–1935 and 1952–1954),[6] Cincinnati Reds (1936–1937 and 1955–1960),[7] Brooklyn Dodgers (1938–1940),[8] Chicago Cubs (1943–1951),[9] Minnesota Twins (1961),[10] and Los Angeles Angels (1963).[11]

Two members of the Vols were later honored by being inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Outfielder Kiki Cuyler, who played for the Vols in 1923, was enshrined in 1968.[12] Pitcher Waite Hoyt, who played for the Vols in 1918, was enshrined in 1969.[13] Twenty-three of the team's players distinguished themselves by winning a Major League Baseball award or being named to a major league All-Star team. Jake Daubert and Bucky Walters have each won Most Valuable Player Awards. Dusty Rhodes won the Babe Ruth Award. Johnny Edwards won a Gold Glove Award. Twenty-one alumni were selected to play in the Major League Baseball All-Star Game

Table key

MLB
Indicates if a player played in at least one game for a major league team
MLB award winner or All-Star
Indicates a player was a MLB award winner or All-Star after playing for the Vols
§
Indicates that player was a player-manager

Players

A man wearing a baseball cap and jersey with "Boston" written across the chest shown from the waist up looks to the left.
Ed Abbaticchio, Nashville Baseball Club second baseman from 1901 to 1902
A man wearing a baseball cap with a "C" on the front looks to the right, squinting.
Bill Baker, Vols catcher from 1932 to 1933
A man in a light-colored pinstriped baseball uniform looks into the camera having just swung his bat to the left.
Turner Barber, Vols outfielder in 1928
A man wearing a baseball jersey with a with "Detroit" written across the chest.
Erve Beck, Nashville Baseball Club first baseman in 1906
A baseball card of a man wearing a gray baseball uniform with a black "C" on the cap holding his hands raised to the side of his head wearing a baseball glove on his left hand.
Heinie Berger, Vols pitcher from 1914 to 1915
A close-up of a man wearing a dark baseball jersey with a white "C" on the left chest looking into the camera.
Bill Bernhard, Vols pitcher from 1910 to 1911
A close-up of a smiling man wearing a light-colored baseball jersey and a dark cap looking into the camera.
George Boehler, Vols pitcher in 1930
A close-up of a man wearing a baseball cap bearing the letter "D".
Bernie Boland, Vols pitcher from 1913 to 1914
A man wearing a baseball uniform with "Red Sox" displayed on the chest caught in the midst of throwing a baseball.
A man wearing a blue baseball cap with a red "C" on the front and a white baseball jersey with "Chicago" written across the chest in blue smiles for the camera.
Tommy Brown, Vols third baseman from 1955 to 1958
A man wearing a red baseball cap and a gray baseball jersey with "Phillies" written across the chest in red script smiles for the camera while clutching his baseball mitt under one arm.
Smoky Burgess, Vols catcher in 1948
A man in a light-colored baseball uniform and a cap with a "P" on the front looks to the right.
Kid Butler, Vols player from 1908 to 1909
A man in a baseball uniform with a dark cap with an overlapping "NY" on the front looks into the camera.
Slick Castleman, Vols pitcher from 1932 to 1933
A man sitting on the ground wearing a white baseball uniform with an "A" on the chest has his baseball glove placed at his feet.
Lou Castro, Nashville Baseball Club shortstop in 1906
A man smiles for the camera in a baseball cap and jersey with "Bruins" written across the chest.
Hy Cohen, Vols pitcher in 1958
A baseball card of a man wearing a high-collared white baseball jersey with a black "G" on the left breast.
Davey Crockett, Nashville Baseball Club first baseman in 1901
A close-up of a smiling man wearing a baseball jersey and cap.
Bill Crouch, Vols pitcher from 1937 to 1938
A baseball card of a man holding a baseball bat with both hands while wearing a white baseball jerseys with "Chicago" written across the chest in blue-bordered red letters and a blue cap.
Kiki Cuyler, Vols outfielder in 1923
A close-up of a man wearing a dark baseball cap with a white "B" on the center.
Jud Daley, Vols outfielder from 1912 to 1913
A baseball card of a man in a white baseball jersey and cap, both trimmed with blue.
Kiddo Davis, Vols outfielder in 1927
A man wearing a baseball cap and jersey with "Brooklyn" written across the chest looks to the left.
John Dobbs, Nashville Baseball Club outfielder in 1907
A man wearing a baseball cap and jersey devoid of any markings looks to the right.
John Dodge, Vols third baseman from 1914 to 1915
A man in a gray baseball uniform wears a dark cap with an overlapping "STL" on the center.
Jim Dyck, Vols player in 1956
A baseball card of a man in a gray baseball uniform trimmed with black stands facing the left, holding his bat, preparing to swing.
Roy Ellam, Vols shortstop from 1916 to 1920
A man in a white baseball uniform with a "P" on the chest and cap is crouched waiting to catch a ball in his catcher's mitt.
Rowdy Elliott, Vols catcher in 1912
A man in a white baseball uniform holding his bat behind his head prepares to swing.
Jim Fanning, Vols catcher in 1951
A man wearing a baseball uniform standing truned to his left poised to swing a baseball bat.
Tim Flood, Vols second baseman in 1910
A baseball card showing a man wearing a white baseball uniform with a blue "B" on the chest and a blue cap holds a bat above his right shoulder.
Lonny Frey, Vols shortstop in 1933
A man in a white baseball uniform with a dark "D" on the front, a dark cap with a white "D", and high socks stands with his arms apart awaiting a throw to his catcher's mitt.
Frank Gibson, Vols player in 1913 to 1914
A baseball card of a man crouching waiting to throw a ball while wearing a white baseball uniform with "Pirates" written on the chest.
Earl Grace, Vols catcher in 1939
A man smiles for the camera while wearing a dark cap with a "C" on the center and a white baseball jersey.
Lee Grissom, Vols pitcher in 1936
A man wearing a white baseball jersey and dark cap with a white "NY" on the center looks into the camera.
Chicken Hawks, Vols outfielder/first baseman from 1923 to 1924
A man looks into the camera, smiling, while wearing a white baseball jersey and dark cap with a "B" on the center.
Ray Hayworth, Vols catcher in 1927
A close-up of a man wearing a baseball uniform with a cartoon oriole on the right sleeve and a realistic oriole on the cap.
Jack Harshman, Vols pitcher in 1951 and 1953
A man wearing a baseball uniform stands on the pitcher's mound having just thrown a baseball.
Clint Hartung, Vols pitcher in 1955
A man in a white baseball jersey and a dark cap with a white "B" on the front looks toward the camera.
Ray Hayworth, Vols catcher in 1927
A man wearing a baseball uniform with an "A" on the chest.
Weldon Henley, Nashville Baseball Club pitcher in 1901
A man in a dark baseball uniform with a white "N" on the chest.
Art Herman, Nashville Baseball Club pitcher from 1903 to 1906.
Two men in baseball uniforms bearing the word "Chicago" on the chest—one is bent over prepared to catch a pitched ball, the other stands ready to swing a baseball bat.
Solly Hofman (right), Vols first baseman in 1913
A man wearing a pinstriped baseball uniform stands truned to his left having just thrown a baseball.
Waite Hoyt, Vols pitcher in 1918
A close-up of a man wearing a baseball cap with "NY" on the front.
Rod Kanehl, Vols second baseman and outfielder from 1960 to 1961
A man smiles for the camera while wearing a white baseball jersey and a cap with three stripes going around and a "P" on the front.
Ed Kirkpatrick, Vols outfielder and catcher in 1963
A man wearing a baseball uniform stands truned to his right having just pitched a baseball from the pitcher's mound.
Rube Kroh, Vols pitcher from 1914 to 1916
A man wearing a baseball uniform and full catcher's gear (facemask, catcher's mitt, chest protector, and leg guards) stands poised to catch a ball.
Ernie Krueger, Vols catcher from 1929 to 1930
A man wearing baseball jersey with "Dayton" written on the front.
Tacks Latimer, Nashville Baseball Club catcher in 1907
A close-up of a man wearing a baseball cap with an "NY" on the cap.
Bob Lennon, Vols outfielder from 1952 to 1954
A man wearing a dark baseball jersey with a high collar and a cap.
Pete Lister, Nashville Baseball Club player in 1907
A man wearing a baseball jersey with a raised collar and "St. Louis" written across the chest.
Bill Ludwig, Vols catcher in 1913
A man in a white baseball uniform with dark pinstripes, high dark socks, and a dark cap with a "R" on the front stands leaning to the right with his bat out to his left side.
Tommy McMillan, Vols shortstop in 1923
A man in a white baseball uniform with an overlapping "STL" on the left sleeve stands with his fists together wearing a glove on his left.
Forrest More, Vols pitcher from 1913 to 1914
A man wearing glasses and a dark baseball cap with an overlapping "STL" on the front has his hands behind his head as if preparing to throw a ball.
Sam Nahem, Vols pitcher in 1939
A man in a white baseball jersey and cap with dark stripes looks to the left.
Johnny Niggeling, Vols pitcher in 1933
A man wearing a baseball uniform with "Cincinnati" written across the chest and a "C" on the cap caught in the midst of pitching a baseball.
Jim O'Toole, Vols pitcher in 1958
A man with a large mustache wearing a dark baseball uniform and cap stands poised to swing his bat.
Tom Parrott, Nashville Baseball Club player in 1901 and 1903 to 1904
A man wearing a baseball uniform bearing the letter "P" on the chest leans slightly to his left and raises his left hand on which he is wearing a baseball glove.
Dode Paskert, Vols outfielder in 1924
A baseball card of a man in a light colored baseball uniform with the word "Vernon" going down the center stands with his hands on his hips.
Ham Patterson, Vols player in 1910
A man in a white baseball jersey and a dark cap with a white "B" on the center looks to the right.
Johnny Peacock, Vols catcher in 1936
A baseball card of a man in a white baseball jersey with "New York" written on the chest and a navy blue cap with an orange "NY" on the center having just swung his bat.
Homer Peel, Vols outfielder in 1934
A man in a white cap and baseball jersey with a high collar and "Boston" written across the chest stands in front of a grandstand.
Wiley Piatt, Nashville Baseball Club pitcher in 1904
A baseball card of a man wearing a white baseball uniform with blue trim standing on a pitcher's mound after throwing a ball.
Flint Rhem, Vols pitcher in 1936
A man wearing a light colored cap and baseball jersey with pinstripes with "Nashville" written across the chest.
Tom Rogers, Vols pitcher from 1914 to 1916
A man wearing a pinstriped baseball jersey and a cap with the letter "W" written on the front.
Dutch Ruether, Vols pitcher in 1932
A man wearing a blue cap with a red "C" on the front and a white baseball jersey with "Chicago" written on the chest posing after throwing a ball.
Bob Rush, Vols pitcher in 1947
A man with slicked back hair wearing a baseball jersey with a collar.
Henry Schmidt, Nashville Baseball Club player in 1906
A man in a gray baseball jersey with "Pirates" written on the chest and a navy blue cap with an orange "P" on the front stands with a glove under his arm and a ball in his hand.
Bob Schultz, Vols pitcher from 1950 to 1951 and in 1956
A man in a white baseball uniform with dark pinstripes and a cap wears a baseball glove on his left hand as he leans on a baseball bat with his other hand on his hip.
Jack Scott, Vols pitcher in 1917
A smiling man in a baseball uniform with a cardinal on the left breast holds a baseball in a glove on his left hand.
Dick Sisler, Vols first baseman from 1957 to 1958
A man in a white baseball uniform with dark pinstripes and a cap with an overlapping "NY" on the front stands in front of a dugout with fans in the stands behind him.
Earl Smith, Vols catcher in 1931
A man wearing a pinstriped baseball jersey and a cap with the letter "B" written on it having just thrown a baseball.
Red Smith, Vols third baseman in 1911 and 1927
A man smiles while wearing a white baseball jersey with a dark cap with a white "W" on the center.
By Speece, Vols pitcher from 1932 to 1938
A baseball card of a man in a gray baseball uniform with "SA" on the left sleeve and center of cap holding a bat as if ready to swing.
Dolly Stark, Vols player in 1915
A man in a navy blue baseball uniform with white cap and undershirt long sleeves stands on a baseball field with his arms spread apart awaiting a ball to be thrown.
Gabby Street, Vols catcher from 1915 to 1917 and in 1919
A man in a white baseball uniform with dark pinstripes having just thrown a ball.
Fred Toney, Vols pitcher in 1925
A smiling man in a white baseball uniform with dark trim going around the neck and a dark cap.
A man wearing a baseball uniform with "Cincinnati" written across the chest stands leaning on a propped up knee and smiles as he looks to the right.
A man wearing a dark baseball cap with a "C" on the center smiles and looks to the right.
Bucky Walters, Vols player in 1931
A man in a white baseball uniform with an overlapping "STL" on the left breast stands on a baseball field with his arms crossed.
Gus Williams, Vols outfielder in 1916
A man in a white baseball uniform with dark pinstripes with "SOX" written on the chest and a baseball cap.
Lefty Williams, Vols pitcher in 1913
Name Vols career MLB
Ed Abbaticchio 1901–02 Yes
Tom Accardo 1945 No
Victor Accorsini 1902, 1904–05 No
Tom Acker 1955 Yes
Dick Adair 1952–53 No
Ace AdamsMLB award winner or All-Star[a] 1938–40 Yes
Clyde Adams 1905 No
Spencer Adams 1929–31 Yes
Ben Ahmann 1925 No
Raleigh Aitchison 1911 Yes
Harvey Albrecht 1924 No
Dale Alderson 1943–44, 1946 Yes
Dale Alexander 1937 Yes
Donald Alfano 1949 No
Harry Allemang 1906 No
Ernie Alten 1924, 1926–28 Yes
Ultus Álvarez 1955, 1959–60 No
Eddie Ancherico 1947 No
Robert Anderlik 1951 No
H Anderson 1920 No
Herb Anderson 1958 No
John Anderson 1929–31 No
Wingo Anderson 1911 Yes
Doc Andrews 1904 No
Lee Anthony 1946 No
Dan Ardell 1963 Yes
Casper Asbjornson 1930 Yes
James Atchley 1950–52 No
James Atkins 1955–56 Yes
Chick Autry 1925 Yes
Earl Averill, Jr. 1955 Yes
Dick Aylward 1949, 1958 Yes
Gene Bacque 1961 No
Harvey Bailey 1905 Yes
Jim Bailey 1958–60 Yes
Lem Bailey 1902–03 No
Frank Bair 1911–12 No
Al Baker 1939 Yes
Bill Baker 1932–33 Yes
Howard Baker 1915–16 No
Howard Baker 1918 Yes
Joseph Baker 1946, 1950 No
R Baker 1919 No
Jack Baldschun 1960 Yes
Frank Baldwin 1955–56 Yes
James Ballantyne 1901 No
Ballinger 1920 No
Ernest Balser 1944–46 No
Oscar Bandelin 1905 No
Turner Barber 1928 Yes
Babe Barna 1949, 1951 Yes
Junie Barnes 1936–37 Yes
Dean Barnhardt 1918 No
Charles Baron 1938 No
Bob Barr 1939 Yes
Red Barrett 1950–51 Yes
Bates 1925–26 No
John Bates 1927 No
Matt Batts 1956 Yes
Ray Bauer 1951 No
Clarence Baumgardner 1913 No
Harry Bay 1908–11 Yes
Frank Beaty 1946–47 No
Johnny Beazley 1949 Yes
John Bebber 1955 No
Erve Beck 1906 Yes
George Beck 1913–14 Yes
William Beck 1959 No
Heinz Becker 1946 Yes
George Bell 1931–32 No
Marty Beltran 1963 No
Bennett 1919 No
Bennett 1931 No
Fred Bennett 1938 Yes
H Bennett 1930 No
Pug Bennett 1904–05 Yes
Heinie Berger 1914–15 Yes
Bill Bernhard§[14] 1908–10 Yes
Raymond Berns 1954 No
Albert Bernsen 1923 No
Red Bird 1924 Yes
Ralph Birkofer 1938 Yes
Ralph Birkofer 1955 No
Frank Biscan 1955 Yes
Hiram Bithorn 1949 Yes
Jim Bivin 1937 Yes
Bill Black§[15] 1927–28 Yes
George Blackburn 1901 Yes
Rae Blaemire 1935–36, 1938–39 Yes
Linc Blakely 1937 Yes
Marv Blaylock 1959 Yes
Cy Block 1946–47 Yes
George Boehler 1930 Yes
Buster Boguskie 1947–54 No
B Bohannon 1905 No
Red Bohannon 1906 No
Bob Boken 1940 Yes
Bernie Boland 1913–14 Yes
Ray Bond 1963 No
Bool 1928 No
Bob Boring 1952–53 No
Bob Borkowski 1949 Yes
Joseph Borrelli 1954 No
Rick Botelho 1955–57 No
Abe Bowman 1923 Yes
Billy Bowman 1957 No
Bob Bowman 1942 Yes
Boyd 1928 No
John Brackenridge 1913 Yes
Hugh Bradley 1921 Yes
Bob Brady 1951 Yes
Jim Bragan 1956 No
Frank Brazill§[16] 1935 Yes
John Brechin 1956–57 No
Bill Breitenstein 1902 No
Orbie Brewer 1945 No
Charlie Brewster 1942–45 Yes
Warren Bridgens 1937 No
Lynn Bridwell 1961 No
Jim Brillheart 1933–34 Yes
Leon Brinkopf 1949 Yes
Herman Bronkie 1910 Yes
John Brooks 1927–28 No
Jim Brosnan 1950 Yes
Bill Brown 1920–22 No
Keith Brown 1954 No
Lindsay Brown 1938 Yes
Philip Brown 1963 No
Ralph Brown 1956 No
Tommy Brown 1955–58 Yes
Arthur Bruyette 1905 No
Jim Buchanan 1906 Yes
Smoky BurgessMLB award winner or All-Star[b] 1948 Yes
Burke 1901 No
Burke 1918 No
Burke 1920–21 No
Mike Burke 1917, 1919, 1922 No
Howard Burkett 1925 No
Gus Burleson 1932–33 No
John Burnett 1901 No
James Burns 1948 No
Otto Burns 1914 No
Pete Burnside 1952, 1954 Yes
Ed Burt 1901 No
Anderson Bush 1949 No
Jack Bushelman 1915 Yes
Harry Bussey 1902–04 No
William Bustle 1945, 1947 No
Kid Butler 1908–09 Yes
Buvid 1931 No
George Byam 1947–48 No
Jerry Cade 1958–60 No
Gene Calder 1961 No
Robert Caldwell 1954 No
Callahan 1915 No
Dave Callahan 1913–15 Yes
Howie Camp 1925–26 Yes
Campbell 1937 No
John Campbell 1901 No
Raymond Campbell 1941 No
Thaddeus Campbell 1929–30 No
Aldo Caravello 1945 No
Scoops Carey 1903 Yes
Bobby Cargo 1902–03 Yes
Don Carlsen 1950 Yes
Bud Carlson 1943–45 No
Pat Carney 1906 Yes
Bob Carpenter 1947 Yes
Lew Carr 1907 Yes
Wes Carr 1950 No
Blackie Carter 1929–31 Yes
Leon Carter 1959 No
Charlie Case 1909–13 Yes
Carlos Castillo 1959 No
Slick Castleman 1932–33 Yes
Lou Castro 1906 Yes
Pug Cavet 1917 Yes
Leon Chagnon 1937 Yes
Tiny Chaplin 1932–35 Yes
Chapman 1928 No
Calvin Chapman 1937–39, 1942–43 Yes
Glenn Chapman 1937 Yes
John Chapman 1931 Yes
Oscar Chinique 1961 No
Thomas Chinn 1906 No
Edgar Chitwood 1944 No
Herbert Chmiel 1947 No
Neil Chrisley 1955 Yes
Joseph Christian 1961 No
Christenbury 1925 No
Christensen 1924 No
Robert Churchill 1943 No
James Churchwell 1963 No
Joe Cicero 1930–31 Yes
Ted Cieslak 1948 Yes
George Cisar 1938–39 Yes
Moose Clabaugh 1931–32 Yes
R Clarke 1915 No
Clifford Coggin 1958 No
Hy Cohen 1958 Yes
Chuck Coles 1958–60 Yes
Orlin Collier 1938–39 Yes
Robert Colligan 1963 No
Victor Comolli 1957–58 No
George Condrick 1955 No
Dick Conger 1947–48 Yes
Jim Constable 1952–53 Yes
Dan Coogan 1906 Yes
Cliff Cook 1960 Yes
William Cooke 1957, 1959 No
James Cooper 1903 No
Ted Corbett 1901 No
Mel Corbo 1963 No
Corgan 1923 No
Pearce Corley 1940 No
Jess Cortazzo 1929 Yes
Pete CoscarartMLB award winner or All-Star[c] 1938 Yes
Steve Coscarart 1939 No
Alex Cosmidis 1953–54 No
Glen Crable 1961 No
Walt Craddock 1960 Yes
Paul Crain 1942 No
Eddie Crawford 1963 No
Davey Crockett 1901 Yes
Bill Crouch 1937–38 Yes
Jack Crouch 1934 Yes
Al Cuccinello 1934–35 Yes
Cookie Cuccurullo 1948–49 Yes
Charlie Cuellar 1944 Yes
Bert Cueto 1963 Yes
Dick Culler 1940–41 Yes
Jesse Cumby 1947 No
Kiki CuylerMLB award winner or All-Star[d] 1923 Yes
Angelo Dagres 1957 Yes
Cy Dahlgren 1913 No
Dahlin 1920 No
Jud Daley 1912–13 Yes
Joe Damato 1948–51 No
Bill Dammann 1902 Yes
Larry Danforth 1963 No
Don Dangleis 1957 No
Bob Dant 1950 No
Jake DaubertMLB award winner or All-Star[e] 1908 Yes
Bill Davidson 1961 No
Larry Davidson 1959–61 No
Davis 1923 No
Bud Davis 1931 Yes
G Davis 1927 No
Gene Davis 1961 No
Jerry Davis 1956–57, 1959, 1961 No
Kiddo Davis 1927 Yes
Peaches Davis 1936 Yes
Spencer Davis 1950–51 No
Yank Davis 1925 No
Jean Davison 1947–49 No
John Davolio 1961 No
Jerry Dean 1955 No
Walter Deaver 1902 No
Art Decatur 1917–19 Yes
Peter Deem 1943 No
Lawrence DelMargo 1963 No
Walter Derucki 1955 No
Vincent DiLorenzo 1952 No
Ben Dimond 1915 No
Larry DiPippo 1954–55 No
Sonny Dixon 1961 Yes
John Dobbs§[17] 1907 Yes
Louis Dobbs 1901 No
Robert Dobzanski 1958 No
Marvin Dodd 1920 No
John Dodge 1914–15 Yes
Donohue 1926 No
Cal Dorsett 1941 Yes
Dutch Dotterer 1955, 1957 Yes
Thomas Dotterer 1959 No
Whammy Douglas 1959–60 Yes
Patrick Downing 1905 No
Benjamin Downs 1955 No
Larry Doyle§[18] 1922 Yes
Tom Drake 1940–41 Yes
Clem Dreisewerd 1935 Yes
Chuck Dressen§[19] 1932–33 Yes
Karl Drews 1958 Yes
William Droll 1931 No
Jim Duckworth 1960 Yes
Anthony Dueker 1933–34 No
Gus Dugas 1939–42 Yes
Jim Duggan 1906–07 Yes
John Duggan 1906–09 No
Willie Duke 1934, 1937–38 No
Otto Dumas 1930 No
Frank Duncan 1942 No
Arthur Dunham 1954 No
Frank Dunlap 1945 No
James Dunn 1961 No
Guy Dunning 1919–20 No
Bob Duretto 1956 No
Durham 1911 No
Harry Durheim 1938 No
Bobby Durnbaugh 1955–56, 1958–59 Yes
Red Durrett 1947 Yes
Joe Dwyer 1936 Yes
Jim Dyck 1956 Yes
Frank Dye 1913 No
Burton Dziadek 1961 No
Earl 1922 No
Walter East 1908–09 No
Roy Easterwood 1945, 1947–48 Yes
Vallie Eaves 1942 Yes
Ebel 1937 No
Johnny EdwardsMLB award winner or All-Star[f] 1960 Yes
Elmer Eggert 1932 Yes
Ike Eichrodt 1925 Yes
Paul Eiffert 1923 No
Sharkey Eiland 1934–37, 1939 No
Pete Elko 1943–44, 1946–47 Yes
Roy Ellam§[20] 1916–20 Yes
Rowdy Elliott 1912 Yes
William Ellis 1916–17, 1925–26 No
Charles Elsey 1905 No
John Ely 1906 No
Spoke Emery 1922 Yes
Frank Emmer 1931 Yes
Slim Emmerich 1949–50 Yes
Dale Englehorn 1937 No
Charlie English 1941–42 Yes
Enzmann 1924 No
Paul Erickson 1942 Yes
Peter Erloff 1910–11 No
Buck Etchison 1945 Yes
George Etheridge 1943 No
Arthur Evans 1938 No
W Evans 1925 No
Tony Faeth 1923 Yes
Fred Fairbanks 1922 No
George Fallon 1938 Yes
Jim Fanning 1951 Yes
Jack Farmer 1915, 1920 Yes
Farriss 1901 No
Feeney 1902 No
Marv Felderman 1940–41 Yes
Harry Feldhaus 1903–04 No
William Felker 1961 No
Ed Fernandes 1950 Yes
Jackie Ferrell 1961 No
Tony Fiarito 1935 No
John Fickinger 1959 No
Conrad Fields 1922–23 No
Bob Fisher 1924 Yes
Ike Fisher§[21] 1901–04 Yes
Larry Fisher 1943 No
Norm Fisher 1945 No
Raymond Fisher 1935 No
Showboat Fisher 1933 Yes
Fitzberger 1928 No
Charles Fitzgerald 1946 No
Umberto Flammini 1950–52 No
Flanagan 1901 No
Earle Fleharty 1911–13 No
Les Fleming 1941 Yes
Robert Fletcher 1945 No
Lloyd Flippin 1928 No
John Flood 1901 No
Tim Flood 1910 Yes
George Flynn 1901 Yes
Floyd Fogg 1945, 1949, 1954 No
Leon Foulk 1949–50 No
Boob Fowler 1927 Yes
Norman Fox 1953 No
Frank Franchi 1961 No
Ralph Frary 1906 No
Benny Frey 1926–29 Yes
Lonny FreyMLB award winner or All-Star[g] 1933 Yes
George Frickie 1904 No
Skipper Friday 1923–24 Yes
Jim Fridley 1958 Yes
Frierson 1921 No
Ted Fritsch 1944 No
Frock 1918 No
Edward From 1902 No
James Frost 1915–16 No
Oscar Fuhr 1927–28 Yes
Fuhrey 1922 No
Charles Fulton 1923 No
Earl Furlow 1961 No
Frank Gabler 1934 Yes
Thomas Gallagher 1922 No
Billy Gardner 1953 Yes
Glenn Gardner 1943 Yes
Robert Garner 1944 No
Charlie Gassaway 1937, 1939–43 Yes
Aubrey Gatewood 1963 Yes
Sam Gatlin 1945 No
Harvey Gentry 1953 Yes
Greek George 1939–40, 1944 Yes
George Gerken 1935 Yes
Dick Getter 1954 No
Rube Geyer 1906 Yes
Edward Gibson 1945 No
Frank Gibson 1913–14 Yes
Tom Gibson 1959–61 No
Robert Giddens 1954 No
Bob Giddings 1953 No
Buddy Gilbert 1958–59, 1961 Yes
Charlie Gilbert 1939, 1943, 1948 Yes
George Gilbert 1924 No
Jack Gilbert 1906 Yes
Tookie Gilbert 1949 Yes
Whiskers Gilbert 1925 No
Garth Gilchrist 1928 No
Giles 1928 No
Johnny Gill 1939 Yes
Gillenwater 1923 No
Paul Gillespie 1946 Yes
Norman Glaser 1927–28 Yes
Harry Glenn 1911–12 Yes
Hank Glor 1945 No
Frank Goalby 1913 No
John Golich 1953 No
Johnny Gooch 1932, 1935 Yes
Bill Goodenough 1901–02 Yes
Shelby Gondolfi 1945 No
George Gottleber 1928 No
William Gould 1923, 1927 No
Earl Grace 1939 Yes
Fred Graf 1923–24 Yes
Tiny Graham 1919 Yes
Eugene Granberg 1942 No
Charley Grant 1957 No
Elwood Grantham 1948 No
George Grantham 1934 Yes
Arthur Granville 1905 No
August Granzig 1946 No
James Graves 1954 No
Stan Gray 1945 No
Guy Green 1932 No
Greene 1920 No
Greene 1926 No
Doc Greene 1947 No
Griffith 1924 No
Ross Grimsley 1955 Yes
Lee GrissomMLB award winner or All-Star[h] 1936 Yes
Don Gross 1955 Yes
Guess 1922 No
Dick Haack 1946 No
Bert HaasMLB award winner or All-Star[i] 1938–39 Yes
Jim Hackett 1907 Yes
John Hafenecker 1954 No
Frank Haley 1927–28 No
Richard Haley 1923 Yes
Hall 1928 No
Thomas Hallett 1963 No
Clarence Hamel 1937 No
Jimmy Hamilton§[22] 1924 No
Richard Hamlin 1954 No
Harry Hammond 1911 No
Ray Hamrick 1943 Yes
Ed Hanyzewski 1946 Yes
Jack Hardy 1907–08 Yes
George Hargrove 1911 No
Gail Harris 1953 Yes
Jack Harshman 1951, 1953 Yes
Edd Hartness 1946 No
Clint Hartung 1955 Yes
Walter Hartwell 1911 No
Gene Hasson 1939 Yes
Clem Hausmann 1946 Yes
Chicken Hawks 1923–24 Yes
Lefty Hayden 1956, 1958 Yes
Ray Hayworth 1927 Yes
Bob Hazle 1955 Yes
Ralph Head 1930 Yes
Hank Helf 1941–42 Yes
Gus Helfrich 1918–19 No
George Heller 1952 No
John Helms 1945 No
Ed Hemingway 1914 Yes
Rollie Hemsley§[23] 1949 Yes
S Hendee 1913 No
H Hengehold 1923 No
Weldon Henley 1901 Yes
George Hennessey 1944–45 Yes
Bobby Henrich 1960 Yes
Whitey Hensling 1912 No
Ernie Herbert 1916–17 Yes
Herbst 1922 No
Art Herman 1903–06 Yes
Neal Hertweck 1956 Yes
John Hess 1908 No
Whitey Hilcher 1936 Yes
Mel Hicks 1943–44, 1946 No
Hugh Hill 1901–03 Yes
L Hinton 1913 No
Oris HockettMLB award winner or All-Star[j] 1940–41 Yes
Shovel Hodge 1919–20 Yes
Stew Hofferth 1937–39 Yes
Solly Hofman 1913 Yes
Ronald Hogg 1963 No
Howard Holland 1901 No
Al Hollingsworth 1929 Yes
Stan Hollmig 1956–57 Yes
Bobo Holloman 1948–51 Yes
Harry Holsclaw 1934 No
Red Holt 1929 Yes
William Homan 1939 No
Kenneth Hommel 1957–58 No
Hood 1928 No
Jay Hook 1958 Yes
Dick Hoover 1947 Yes
Hopper 1901 No
Horn 1929 No
James Horn 1930 No
Claude Horton 1947 No
Gene Host 1961 Yes
Cal Howe 1955–57 Yes
Waite HoytMLB award winner or All-Star[k] 1918 Yes
Calvin Humphreys 1956 No
George Hunter 1908 Yes
Ed Hurlburt 1908 No
Hurt 1928 No
Edward Irons 1958–59 No
Jackson 1919 No
Jerry Jacobs 1955 No
Tony Jacobs 1949–50, 1957 Yes
Bert James 1912–13 Yes
Gregory Jancich 1958 No
Henry Jansing 1905–06, 1908 No
Roy Jarvis 1954–55 Yes
Ziggy Jasinski 1952 No
George Jeffcoat 1939–42 Yes
Hal Jeffcoat 1946–47 Yes
Frank Jelincich 1945 Yes
Jake Jenkins 1954 No
Ned Jilton 1945 No
Fred Johnson 1926–27 Yes
Leslie Johnson 1913 No
Lorne Johnson 1963 No
Vernon Johnson 1944 No
Vic Johnson 1946 Yes
Woody Johnson 1937–39 No
Albert Johnston 1961 No
William Johnston 1903 No
Smead Jolley 1937 Yes
Herman Jones 1932 No
Ollie Jones 1931 No
Bubber Jonnard 1920–21 Yes
Claude Jonnard 1917–20 Yes
Everette Joyner 1960–61 No
Gerald Juzek 1945 No
George Kahlkoff 1906 No
Rod Kanehl 1960–61 Yes
Jay Kanzler 1905–06 No
Eddie Karas 1946 No
Stanley Karpinski 1951 No
Dick Kauffman 1916–19 Yes
Jimmie Keenan 1924 Yes
Joseph Keenan 1905 No
Keisen 1922 No
Hugh Kellackey 1905 No
Win Kellum 1908–09 Yes
Bob Kelly 1956–57 Yes
Eddie Kenna 1926 Yes
Richard Kennedy 1960 No
Snapper Kennedy 1901–04 Yes
Frank Kern 1927 No
Russ Kerns 1944 Yes
Kestner 1922 No
Gus Ketchum 1924 Yes
Henry Keupper 1910–11 Yes
Stan Keyes 1932–33 No
Vernon Kilburg 1955 No
Frederick Kiebler 1942 No
Edward Kikla 1963 No
Killian 1911 No
John Kimble 1938 No
Wally Kimmick 1926 Yes
Bert King 1914–15 No
Moses King 1944 No
Albert Kinsey 1948 No
Larry Kinzer 1935 No
Jim Kirby 1949 Yes
George Kircher 1915 No
Ed Kirkpatrick 1963 Yes
George Kirsch 1926–27, 1929 No
Rube Kisinger 1915 Yes
Bobby Klaus 1959 Yes
Joe Klein 1921 No
Hal Kleine 1949 Yes
Stan Klopp 1939 Yes
Nap Kloza 1928 Yes
Joe Klugmann 1929–32 Yes
Elmer Klumpp 1939 Yes
Chick Knaupp 1920–22 No
Pete Knisely 1917–18 Yes
Punch Knoll 1902–04 Yes
Cliff Knox 1928 Yes
Frank Kohlbecker 1919–20 No
Dick Kokos 1956 Yes
Thomas Korczowski 1953 No
Art Kores 1916–17 Yes
Kraft 1923 No
Steve Kraly 1959–60 Yes
Erwin Krehmeyer 1922 No
Mickey Kreitner 1942–43 Yes
John Krider 1933 No
Rube Kroh 1914–16 Yes
John Kropf 1952 No
John Kruckman 1947 No
Ernie Krueger 1929–30 Yes
Stephen Kuk 1935 No
Leon Kyle 1937 No
Edward Labanara 1944–45 No
Frank Laga 1951 No
Dan Lally 1905 Yes
Jack Lamb 1937 No
Wally Lammers 1960 No
Bobby LaMotte 1931 Yes
Ken Landenberger 1956 Yes
Jerry Lane 1955, 1959 Yes
Lang 1901 No
Frank Lankenau 1919–22 No
Glen Larsen 1932 No
Al Lary 1951 Yes
Lasley 1920 No
Tacks Latimer 1907 Yes
Ralph Lattimore 1912 No
Roxie Lawson 1941 Yes
Bevo LeBourveau 1923–24, 1933 Yes
Billy Lee 1916 Yes
Hal Lee 1938 Yes
Mike Lee 1963 Yes
George Lees 1920 Yes
Lou Legett 1937 Yes
Hank LeiberMLB award winner or All-Star[l] 1934 Yes
Al Leitz 1944 No
Frank Leja 1960 Yes
Bob Lennon 1952–54 Yes
Dixie Leverett 1914–15 Yes
Earl Lewis 1904–05 No
Eddie Lewis 1925, 1928 No
Dick Libby 1952–54 No
Gordon Lieb 1941 No
John Lindsay 1911–14 No
Eldon Lindsey 1942–43 No
Axel Lindstrom 1924, 1926 Yes
John Liptak 1950, 1952 No
Pete Lister 1907 Yes
Leslie Logg 1944 No
Zeke Lohman 1920 No
Long 1925 No
Daniel Long 1944 No
Raymond Looney 1961 No
Theodore Lotz 1949, 1951 No
Lovelace 1928 No
Lloyd Lowe 1949 No
Dennis Lowney 1902–04 No
Red Lucas 1920–22, 1944–45 Yes
Robert Lucas 1963 No
Frank Luce 1930 Yes
James Ludtka 1957–58 No
Bill Ludwig 1913 Yes
Robert Ludwig 1950–51 No
Don Lumley 1961 No
Lundgren 1928–29 No
Lyle Luttrell 1958–59 Yes
Barney Lutz 1939–40 No
Michael Lutz 1956 No
Chuck Lybeck 1959 No
Robert Lyle 1943 No
Mike Lynch 1910 No
Frank Mack 1923 Yes
Leo Mackey 1924–28 No
John Mackinson 1957 Yes
Ron Mahrt 1952–53 No
Dominick Maisano 1961 No
Pete Mallory 1947–49, 1951–53, 1955 No
Alex Malloy 1911 Yes
Pat Malone 1942 No
Jim MaloneyMLB award winner or All-Star[m] 1960 Yes
Garth Mann 1944 Yes
William Manning 1946 No
Joe Margoneri 1954 Yes
Frank Marino 1949 No
Roy Marion 1941–42, 1946 No
Ollie Marquardt 1930 Yes
Marshall 1931 No
Clarence Marshall 1916–18 No
Jim Marshall 1952 Yes
Wiley Marshall 1914 No
Darrell Martin 1958 No
Joe Martin 1934–35 Yes
Michael Martynik 1938–39 No
Jerry Marx 1963 No
Masters 1935 No
Eddie Matteson 1923 Yes
Adolph Matulis 1947 No
Paul Mauldin 1949–50 No
Samuel Mauney 1961 No
Carmen Mauro 1948 Yes
Buster Maynard 1947 Yes
Ralph McAdams 1933–34 No
Tom McAvoy 1961 Yes
Edwin McBee 1944 No
Joe McCabe 1961 Yes
Thomas McCabe 1915 No
Dutch McCall 1942–43, 1946 Yes
Alex McColl 1930 Yes
McConnell 1918 No
Arthur McConnell 1945 No
Edward McCormack 1922 No
Frank McCormickMLB award winner or All-Star[n] 1935 Yes
Mike McCormick 1907–08 Yes
Ed McDade 1950 No
Ashley McDaniel 1937 No
Joe McDonald 1912 Yes
Tex McDonald 1919 Yes
Pryor McElveen 1907–08 Yes
Dan McFarland 1905 No
Monte McFarland 1902 Yes
McGee 1926 No
Bill McGhee 1936 Yes
Jim McGlothlinMLB award winner or All-Star[o] 1963 Yes
Harry McIntyre 1902 No
Polly McLarry 1926–27 Yes
D McLeod 1915 No
McManus 1913 No
John McManus 1945 No
Frank McMillan 1945 No
Tommy McMillan 1923 Yes
William McMillan 1952 No
Jim McNamee 1963 No
Pat McNulty 1929 Yes
Hartley McPherson 1945 No
George McQuillan 1922–23 Yes
Johnny Meador 1917 Yes
Rufus Meadows 1935 Yes
Russ Meers 1940–41, 1946 Yes
Robert Meisner 1961 No
Jim Melton 1955 No
Gould Menefee 1911 No
Paul Menking 1950 No
Herbert Merklen 1961 No
Merville 1931 No
Metz 1919 No
Leo Meyer 1919 Yes
Russ Meyer 1944–46, 1957 Yes
Gilbert Meyers 1922 No
Joseph Micciche 1952 No
Ralph Michaels 1923 Yes
Mollie Mies 1920 No
John Mihalic 1939–44 Yes
Stan Milankovich 1951 No
Johnny Miljus 1922 Yes
Archie Miller 1932 No
Dusty Miller 1906 Yes
George Miller 1963 No
George Milstead 1929–32 Yes
H Minatree 1923 No
David Miner 1929–30 No
Henry Mitchell 1963 No
Pete Modica 1950–54 No
Bill Moisan 1948 Yes
Leo Moon 1928 Yes
Andrew Moore 1934 No
Bill Moore 1930 Yes
C Moore 1924 No
Dee Moore 1937 Yes
Jim Moore 1955 No
Bob Moorhead 1959 Yes
Jake Mooty 1943 Yes
Moran 1919 No
Forrest More 1913–14 Yes
George Morgan 1923–24 No
Vern Morgan 1950 Yes
Edward Morris 1925–26 No
Robert Morris 1924 No
Boyce Morrow 1920, 1922 No
Frank Morse 1907 No
Harry Morse 1921–22 No
Arnie Moser 1940 Yes
Charles Moss 1903 No
Ray Moss 1935 Yes
Mowry 1931 No
Heinie Mueller 1934 Yes
Red Munson 1911 Yes
Red Murff 1951 Yes
Dick Murphy 1957 Yes
Frank Murphy 1923 No
Murray 1920 No
Bobby Murray 1923–24 Yes
Glenn Murray 1935, 1937 No
Thomas Mylett 1901 No
Alfred Nagel 1960 No
Sam Nahem 1939 Yes
Cholly Naranjo 1959–60 Yes
Joe Neely 1912 No
Tommy Neill 1950, 1952 Yes
Ernie Neitzke 1926 Yes
Clarence Nelson 1907 No
Wallace Newell 1920 No
Don Nicholas 1957 Yes
Art Nichols 1907 Yes
Nicholson 1913 No
Harry Nickens 1903–05 No
Johnny Niggeling 1933 Yes
John Nook 1942 No
Frank Norcum 1905 No
Leo Norris 1931–32 Yes
Rube Novotney 1951–53 Yes
Hank Nowak 1947 No
Eddie Noyes 1913 No
Harry Noyes 1909 No
Nye 1918 No
Dan Oberholzer 1931 No
A O'Brien 1926 No
Ray O'Brien 1917–18 Yes
Andrew O'Connell 1901 No
Dave Odom 1945 Yes
Henry Oellerman 1919 No
Jim Oglesby 1928 Yes
John Oldham 1957 Yes
Tom Oliver 1927 Yes
Barney Olsen 1941 Yes
Ole Olsen 1924–25 Yes
Paul O'Malley 1934, 1936 No
Mickey O'Neil 1918 Yes
William O'Neill 1923–24 No
Bill Onuska 1960 No
James Orton 1963 No
Don Osborn§[24] 1950 No
Osborne 1926 No
Claude OsteenMLB award winner or All-Star[p] 1957 Yes
Jim O'TooleMLB award winner or All-Star[q] 1958 Yes
Jimmy Outlaw 1936 Yes
William Padget 1954 No
Jose Padilla 1958 No
Pat Paige 1913 Yes
Stan Palys 1957 Yes
Emil Panko 1958 No
Nick Pappas 1954 No
Roy Pardue 1952, 1955–57 No
Jay Parker 1901 No
Frank Parkinson 1925 Yes
Parks 1931 No
Art Parks 1935, 1938 Yes
Tom Parrott 1901, 1903–04 Yes
Jay Partridge 1926, 1929–30 Yes
Dode Paskert 1924 Yes
Roy Paton 1946 No
Ham Patterson 1910 Yes
Paulette 1915 No
Gene Paulette 1914–15 Yes
Bill Pavlick 1952–53 No
Ted Pawelek 1946–47 Yes
George Payne 1920–21 Yes
Johnny Peacock 1936 Yes
Frank Pearce 1931–32 Yes
Alex Pearson 1906 Yes
Ed Pearsons 1907 No
Les Peden 1948 Yes
Homer Peel 1934 Yes
Marvin Pelton 1938 No
Joe Penland 1963 No
Joe Pepe 1921 No
Hub Perdue§[25] 1907–10, 1920–21 Yes
John Perritt 1923 No
Clay Perry 1911–13 Yes
Charlie Pescod 1942 No
Lee Peterson 1948 No
Roy Peterson 1950 No
Raymond Petrzelka 1954 No
Jimmy Phelan 1957 No
Philbin 1928 No
Alva Phillips 1945 No
Darrell Phillips 1944 No
Eddie Phillips 1927 Yes
Wiley Piatt 1904 Yes
Malcolm Pickett 1928 No
Pinto 1923 No
Ed Pipgras 1928 Yes
George Pipgras 1935 Yes
Forrest Plass 1906 No
Whitey Platt 1943 Yes
Rance Pless 1952 Yes
Boots Poffenberger 1940–41 Yes
Jennings Poindexter 1945 Yes
William Poland 1953 No
Jim Poole 1929–30 Yes
E Porter 1921 No
Ned Porter 1927 Yes
Al Porto 1951 Yes
Robert Pottenger 1953–54 No
Dykes Potter 1939 Yes
Coleman Powell 1946 No
Dutch Prather 1933–34 No
Monte Prieste 1911 No
Jim Pruett 1950 Yes
Burton Pulford 1942 No
Pid Purdy 1935 Yes
Hal Quick 1946–49 Yes
Patricio Quintana 1958 No
Charlie Rabe 1956, 1960 Yes
Neal Rabe 1932 No
John Radulovich 1950 No
William Raehse 1955 No
Pep Rambert 1946 Yes
Earl Rapp 1959 Yes
Charlie Ray 1949–50, 1952 No
Sidney Ray 1939 No
William Rea 1932–33 No
Art Rebel 1938 Yes
Phil Redding 1913 Yes
Buck Redfern 1926–27 Yes
James Reggio 1944 No
Jackie Reid 1932–34 No
Joshua Reilly 1901 No
George Reitz 1901–02 No
Erwin Renfer 1914 Yes
Flint Rhem 1936 Yes
Dusty RhodesMLB award winner or All-Star[r] 1952 Yes
Pete Rhodes 1948 No
Charles Rice 1901 No
Harry Rice 1934 Yes
Duane Richards 1960 Yes
Fred Richards 1950 Yes
Thomas Richards 1960 No
Richardson 1901 No
Lance Richbourg 1923, 1933–37 Yes
Harry Riconda 1931 Yes
Robert Rikard 1961 No
Walter Ringhofer 1943 No
Pep Ripperton 1922 No
Ritchie 1922 No
Dean Robbins 1963 No
Spencer Red§[26] 1961 No
Jack Roberts 1956 No
Jim Roberts 1923 Yes
Don Robertson 1956 Yes
James Robertson 1909 No
Fred Robinson 1933 No
Paul Robinson 1959–60 No
Wilbur Robinson 1937 No
Mickey Rocco 1940, 1946 Yes
Bill Rodda 1931–39 No
Howard Rodemoyer 1959 No
Eric Rodin 1954 Yes
Lee Rogers 1940 Yes
Packy Rogers 1941 Yes
Tom Rogers 1914–16 Yes
John Romonosky 1961 Yes
Rose 1921 No
Walter Rospond 1937–39 No
Cliff Ross 1955 Yes
Donald Ross 1963 No
Andy Roth 1903 No
Roy 1925 No
Art Ruble 1926 Yes
Dutch Ruether 1932 Yes
Bob RushMLB award winner or All-Star[s] 1947 Yes
Clyde Russell 1903–05 No
Jack Rutledge 1922 No
Ralph Sabatino 1944 No
Edward Sabrie 1909 No
William Sahlin 1943 No
Johnny SainMLB award winner or All-Star[t] 1940–41 Yes
Manny Salvatierra 1944 No
Guy Sample 1901–02, 1905 No
Ken Sanders 1963 Yes
Roy Sanders 1929–30 Yes
War Sanders 1901–02 Yes
Bill Sarni 1945 Yes
Tom Satriano 1963 Yes
Ed Sauer 1943 Yes
Neil Saulia 1947–48 No
Carl Sawatski 1949–50 Yes
George Scharein 1935–36 Yes
Hank Schenz 1947 Yes
George Schmees 1956–58 Yes
Freddy Schmidt 1948 Yes
Haven Schmidt 1958–60 No
Henry Schmidt 1906 Yes
Keith Schmidt 1955–56 No
Jake Schmitt 1953 No
Grant Schopp 1907 No
Paul Schneiders 1951 No
Bob Schultz 1950–51, 1956 Yes
Bill Schwartz 1910–15 Yes
Jack Scott 1917 Yes
LeGrant Scott 1942 Yes
James Seabough 1908–12 No
John Sebastian 1947 No
Duke Sedgwick 1924 Yes
Larry Segovia 1957 No
Louis Seguin 1939 No
Gene Seifert 1945 No
Joseph Semler 1935 No
Sonny Senerchia 1956 Yes
Mel Serafini 1947 No
Merle Settlemire 1932 Yes
Wally Seward 1960–61 No
Rip SewellMLB award winner or All-Star[u] 1931 Yes
Wally Shaner 1929 Yes
Philip Shartzer 1957, 1959–61 No
Al Shealy 1932 Yes
Ray Shearer 1959 Yes
Thomas Sheehan 1915–17 No
Frederick Sherkel 1952, 1954–55 No
Jim Shilling 1941–42, 1946 Yes
Mule Shirley 1931–32, 1935 Yes
Charlie Shoemaker 1963 Yes
Johnny Siegle 1908–10 Yes
Tripp Sigman 1928 Yes
Walter Signer 1943 Yes
E Sikes 1925–26 No
Pat Simmons 1931–32 Yes
Paul Simmons 1954 No
Syl Simon 1930 Yes
Sims 1924 No
Duke Sims 1963 Yes
William Simunek 1952 No
James Singleton 1953 No
Mike Sinnerud 1963 No
Dick Sisler§[27] 1957–58 Yes
Carl Sitton 1908 Yes
Willie Skeen 1941 No
Lou Skizas 1960 Yes
Tod Sloan 1914 Yes
Smith 1921 No
Auldman Smith 1932–33 No
Drag Smith 1922 No
Earl Smith 1931 Yes
Frank Smith 1956 Yes
Norman Smith 1941 No
R Smith 1913 No
Red Smith 1911, 1927 Yes
Red Smith 1914–15 Yes
Thomas Smith 1904 No
Zach Smith 1935 No
Clifford Snyder 1913 No
Lewis Solomon 1944 No
Rudy Sommers 1912–13 Yes
William Sorrells 1906–07 No
Bob Speake 1951 Yes
By Speece 1932–38 Yes
Ben Spencer 1926 No
Daryl Spencer 1951 Yes
Leverette Spencer 1961 No
Bob Spicer 1948 Yes
James Sprankle 1957–58 No
Harry Spratt 1913 Yes
Bob Sprout 1963 Yes
James St. Claire 1957 No
Marv Staehle 1963 Yes
Harold Stafford 1934–35 No
Robert Stafford 1906 No
George Staller 1941 Yes
Harold Stamey 1955 No
Jerry Standaert 1930 Yes
Charles Staniland 1961 No
Lawrence Stankey 1960 No
Dolly Stark 1915 Yes
Ray StarrMLB award winner or All-Star[v] 1936–39 Yes
George Stassi 1945 No
William Statham 1920–21 No
Irv Stein 1945 Yes
Bill Stellbauer 1921 Yes
Stanley Stencel 1942 No
Stephens 1952 No
Stevens 1914 No
Clyde Stevens 1952 No
Bill Stewart 1920 No
C Stewart 1921 No
Mack Stewart 1943–45 Yes
Edward Stogoski 1961 No
Henry Stone 1945 No
Harry Storch 1911–12 No
Dewey Stover 1929 No
Gabby Street 1915–17, 1919 Yes
Joseph Strincevich 1945 No
Joe Stringfellow 1946–47 No
Harry Strohm 1925 No
Stuart 1928 No
George Stumpf 1931 Yes
Joseph Stupak 1954 No
Jim Suchecki 1954 Yes
Ronald Suleski 1958 No
Ernie Sulik 1937 Yes
James Sullivan 1901 No
Harry Swacina 1918 Yes
Swan 1920 No
Bruce Swango 1961 No
Sweeney 1931 No
Ad Swigler 1918 Yes
Charlie Swindells 1905 Yes
Doug Taitt 1927, 1934–36 Yes
Vito Tamulis 1941–42, 1946 Yes
Ted Tappe 1954 Yes
Dan Tapson 1932 No
Lee Tate 1954 Yes
Tommy Tatum 1940–41 Yes
Bill Taylor 1953 Yes
Larry Taylor 1955–58 No
Tommy Taylor 1928 Yes
Wiley Taylor 1916–17 Yes
Boyd Tepler 1944–45 No
Charles Teuscher 1963 No
Carl Thomas 1960 Yes
Pete Thomassie 1946 No
Thompson 1922 No
Foster Thornton 1938 No
James Tibbetts 1906 No
Chick Tolson 1925, 1931 Yes
Pat Tomkinson 1952–53 No
Tomlin 1920 No
Francis Toner 1946 No
Fred Toney 1925 Yes
Tony Tonneman 1909, 1921 Yes
Red Torphy 1927 Yes
Eddie Touchberry 1958 No
Victor Trahd 1944 No
John Travis 1941, 1943 No
Red Treadway 1947 Yes
George Treadwell 1931 No
Al Treichel 1946 No
Coaker Triplett 1936 Yes
Hal Trosky, Jr. 1960 Yes
Julian Tubb 1941 No
Turner 1901 No
Leo Twardy 1940–41, 1946–48 No
John Uber 1952 No
Bill Upton 1955–56 Yes
Robert Unglaub 1928 No
Al Van Camp 1932 Yes
Johnny Vander MeerMLB award winner or All-Star[w] 1936 Yes
Claire VanWieren 1945 No
Fred Vaughn 1948 Yes
Richard Verbic 1951 No
E Verrett 1917 No
Frank Veverka 1936–37 No
Paul Vickery 1944 No
William Viebahn 1909–11 No
Theodore Vinson 1910 No
Juan Violat 1911 No
Ben Wade 1947–49 Yes
Dealis Wade 1921, 1924 No
Rip Wade 1923, 1928 Yes
Arthur Wagner 1924 No
Frank Waite 1963 No
Doug Walker 1954 No
Hub Walker 1938 Yes
James Walker 1911 No
Ralph Walker 1945 No
Rube Walker 1945, 1947 Yes
Thomas Walker 1930 No
Verlon Walker 1950 No
Frederick Wall 1963 No
Joseph Wall 1907 No
John Walsh 1953 No
Bucky WaltersMLB award winner or All-Star[x] 1931 Yes
Jack Walters 1955 No
Cy Warmoth 1921 Yes
Jimmy Wasdell 1936 Yes
John Waters 1963 No
Watkins 1922 No
Linville Watkins 1935, 1937–38 No
Harry Weaver 1924 Yes
Elmer Weingartner 1945 Yes
Phil Weintraub 1934 Yes
Sidney Weiss 1936 No
Harry Welchonce 1911–12 Yes
Wells 1924 No
Frank Wells 1916–17 No
John Wells 1947 Yes
Robert Wells 1906–07 No
Billy Werber 1956 No
Raymond Werre 1922 No
Johnny Wertz 1932 Yes
Tony Wesoloski 1953–54 No
Hi West 1912 Yes
Ralph West 1938 No
Fred White 1963 No
John White 1901 No
R Wickham 1918–1920 No
Charles Williams 1954–56 No
Gus Williams 1916 Yes
Larry Williams 1963 No
Lefty Williams 1913 Yes
Otto Williams 1914 Yes
Rinaldo Williams 1927 Yes
Woody Williams 1939 Yes
David Willis 1904 No
Lefty Willis 1929–31 Yes
Albert Wilson 1957 No
Robert Wilson 1945 No
Windle 1931 No
Jim Winford 1939 Yes
Ted Wingfield 1928 Yes
Winn 1922 No
Hank Winston 1937 Yes
Wise 1915 No
Hughie Wise 1934 Yes
Doc Wiseman 1901–11 No
Whitey Wistert 1936 Yes
Wood 1928 No
Ray Woodward 1948 No
Chuck Workman 1941–42, 1948 Yes
Al Worthington 1951–52 Yes
Wright 1923 No
Stan Yerkes 1907–08 Yes
Earl York 1948, 1955 No
Del Young 1912–13 Yes
Dom Zanni 1954 Yes
Harvey Zernia 1957 No
Emory Zumbro 1930–31 No
Jerry Zuvela 1955 No

Notes

MLB award winners and All-Stars
  • a Ace Adams: NL All-Star (1973)[28]
  • b Smokey Brugess: NL All-Star (1954, 1955, 1959–1, 1959–2, 1960–1, 1960–2, 1961–1, 1961–2, 1964)[29]
  • c Pete Coscarart: NL All-Star (1940)[30]
  • d Kiki Cuyler: National Baseball Hall of Fame member (elected in 1968), NL All-Star (1934)[31]
  • e Jake Daubert: NL MVP Award (1913)[32]
  • f Johnny Edwards: NL Gold Glove Award (1963, 1964), NL All-Star (1963, 1964, 1965)[33]
  • g Lonny Frey: NL All-Star (1939, 1941, 1943)[34]
  • h Lee Grissom: NL All-Star (1937)[35]
  • i Bert Haas: NL All-Star (1947)[36]
  • j Oris Hockett: AL All-Star (1944)[37]
  • k Waite Hoyt: National Baseball Hall of Fame member (elected in 1969)[38]
  • l Hank Leiber: NL All-Star (1938, 1940, 1941)[39]
  • m Jim Maloney: NL All-Star (1965)[40]
  • n Frank McCormick: NL All-Star (1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946)[41]
  • o Jim McGlothlin: AL All-Star (1967)[42]
  • p Claude Osteen: NL All-Star (1967, 1970, 1973)[43]
  • q Jim O'Toole: NL All-Star (1963)[44]
  • r Dusty Rhodes: Babe Ruth Award (1954)[45]
  • s Jim O'Toole: NL All-Star (1950, 1952)[46]
  • t Johny Sain: NL All-Star (1947, 1948), AL All-Star (1953)[47]
  • u Rip Sewell: NL All-Star (1943, 1944, 1945, 1946)[48]
  • v Ray Starr: NL All-Star (1942)[49]
  • w Johnny Vander Meer: NL All-Star (1938, 1939, 1942, 1943)[50]
  • x Bucky Walters: NL MVP Award (1939), NL All-Star (1937, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1944)[51]

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