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List of Major League Baseball players who spent their entire career with one franchise

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Carl Yastrzemski played in Major League Baseball for 23 seasons, all with the Boston Red Sox.

The following is a list of former Major League Baseball (MLB) players who played in at least 10 MLB seasons and spent their entire MLB playing careers exclusively with one franchise. In most cases, this means the player only appeared with one team; there are also players whose team was relocated (e.g. the Athletics) or had a name change (e.g. the Angels) during their career. Some listed players subsequently went on to coach or manage with other teams, or may have had minor league or foreign league appearances with other franchises. Some listed players had their careers ended by accidents, such as Roberto Clemente, who died in a 1972 airplane crash, and Roy Campanella, who was paralyzed in a 1958 automobile accident.

As of April 2024, 190 players have completed the feat, of which the New York Yankees have had the most, with 26. The San Francisco Giants have had the most in the National League, with 15. Bid McPhee and Mike Tiernan, both of whom played exclusively in the 19th century, were the first two players to do so. Brooks Robinson and Carl Yastrzemski share the distinction of the longest tenure with a single team, 23 seasons with the Baltimore Orioles and Boston Red Sox, respectively.[1][a] Mel Ott and Stan Musial share the distinction of the longest tenure with a single team in the National League, having played 22 seasons with the New York Giants and St. Louis Cardinals, respectively. Stephen Strasburg, who played 13 seasons with the Washington Nationals and announced his retirement in April 2024, is the most recent player to complete a career of at least 10 seasons with one team.[2]

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Players

Only players who are no longer active are listed here. This list does not include active players, or free agents who have not yet retired (such players are listed below). A player is considered "inactive" if he has not played baseball for one year or has announced his retirement.

Key
Seasons Total seasons played
Years Years played
Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame
Player Team Seasons Years Ref.
Gene Alley Pittsburgh Pirates 11 1963–1973 [3]
Bob Allison Washington Senators/Minnesota Twins 13 1958–1970 [4]
Luke Appling Chicago White Sox 20 1930–1943, 1945–1950 [1]
Joe Astroth Philadelphia Athletics/Kansas City Athletics 10 1945–1946, 1949–1956 [5]
Jerry Augustine Milwaukee Brewers 10 1975–1984 [6]
Jeff Bagwell Houston Astros 15 1991–2005 [7]
Ernie Banks Chicago Cubs 19 1953–1971 [1]
Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds 17 1967–1983 [8]
Bruce Benedict Atlanta Braves 12 1978–1989 [9]
Carson Bigbee Pittsburgh Pirates 11 1916–1926 [10]
Craig Biggio Houston Astros 20 1988–2007 [1]
Ray Blades St. Louis Cardinals 10 1922–1928, 1930–1932 [11]
Steve Blass Pittsburgh Pirates 10 1964, 1966–1974 [12]
Ossie Bluege Washington Senators 18 1922–1939 [1]
Ryan Braun Milwaukee Brewers 14 2007–2020 [13]
Al Brazle St. Louis Cardinals 10 1943, 1946–1954 [14]
George Brett Kansas City Royals 21 1973–1993 [1]
Tommy Bridges Detroit Tigers 16 1930–1943, 1945–1946 [15]
Gates Brown Detroit Tigers 13 1963–1975 [16]
Randy Bush Minnesota Twins 12 1982–1993 [17]
Matt Cain San Francisco Giants 13 2005–2017 [18]
Roy Campanella Brooklyn Dodgers 10 1948–1957 [19]
Bill Carrigan Boston Americans/Red Sox 10 1906, 1908–1916 [20]
Spud Chandler New York Yankees 11 1937–1947 [21]
Larry Christenson Philadelphia Phillies 11 1973–1983 [22]
Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates 18 1955–1972 [1]
Joe Collins New York Yankees 10 1948–1957 [23]
Earle Combs New York Yankees 12 1924–1935 [24]
Dave Concepción Cincinnati Reds 19 1970–1988 [1]
Frankie Crosetti New York Yankees 17 1932–1948 [25]
John Danks Chicago White Sox 10 2007–2016 [26]
Harry Danning New York Giants 10 1933–1942 [27]
Rich Dauer Baltimore Orioles 10 1976–1985 [28]
Hooks Dauss Detroit Tigers 15 1912–1926 [29]
Jim Davenport San Francisco Giants 13 1958–1970 [30]
Bill Dickey New York Yankees 17 1928–1943, 1946 [31]
Dom DiMaggio Boston Red Sox 11 1940–1942, 1946–1953 [32]
Joe DiMaggio New York Yankees 13 1936–1942, 1946–1951 [33]
Gary DiSarcina California/Anaheim Angels 12 1989–2000 [34]
Bobby Doerr Boston Red Sox 14 1937–1944, 1946–1951 [35]
Don Drysdale Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers 14 1956–1969 [36]
Carl Erskine Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers 12 1948–1959 [37]
Andre Ethier Los Angeles Dodgers 12 2006–2017 [38]
Red Faber Chicago White Sox 20 1914–1933 [1]
Bob Feller Cleveland Indians 18 1936–1941, 1945–1956 [1]
Tim Flannery San Diego Padres 11 1979–1989 [39]
Whitey Ford New York Yankees 16 1950, 1953–1967 [40]
Dick Fowler Philadelphia Athletics 10 1941–1942, 1945–1952 [41]
Bill Freehan Detroit Tigers 15 1961, 1963–1976 [42]
Carl Furillo Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers 15 1946–1960 [43]
Jim Gantner Milwaukee Brewers 17 1976–1992 [44]
Brett Gardner New York Yankees 14 2008–2021 [45]
Scott Garrelts San Francisco Giants 10 1982–1991 [46]
Lou Gehrig New York Yankees 17 1923–1939 [47]
Charlie Gehringer Detroit Tigers 19 1924–1942 [1]
Patsy Gharrity Washington Senators 10 1916–1923, 1929–1930 [48]
Jake Gibbs New York Yankees 10 1962–1971 [49]
Bob Gibson St. Louis Cardinals 17 1959–1975 [50]
Jim Gilliam Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers 14 1953–1966 [51]
Alex Gordon Kansas City Royals 14 2007–2020 [52]
Jack Graney Cleveland Napoleons/Indians 14 1908, 1910–1922 [53]
Dick Green Kansas City/Oakland Athletics 12 1963–1974 [54]
Mike Greenwell Boston Red Sox 12 1985–1996 [55]
Orval Grove Chicago White Sox 10 1940–1949 [56]
Ron Guidry New York Yankees 14 1975–1988 [57]
Tony Gwynn San Diego Padres 20 1982–2001 [1]
Stan Hack Chicago Cubs 16 1932–1947 [58]
Mel Harder Cleveland Indians 20 1928–1947 [1]
Terry Harmon Philadelphia Phillies 10 1967, 1969–1977 [59]
Todd Helton Colorado Rockies 17 1997–2013 [60]
Tommy Henrich New York Yankees 11 1937–1942, 1946–1950 [61]
Félix Hernández Seattle Mariners 15 2005–2019 [62]
Bobby Higginson Detroit Tigers 11 1995–2005 [63]
John Hiller Detroit Tigers 15 1965–1970, 1972–1980 [64]
Ron Hodges New York Mets 12 1973–1984 [65]
Chris Hoiles Baltimore Orioles 10 1989–1998 [66]
Ryan Howard Philadelphia Phillies 13 2004–2016 [67]
Kent Hrbek Minnesota Twins 14 1981–1994 [68]
Carl Hubbell New York Giants 16 1928–1943 [69]
Fred Hutchinson Detroit Tigers 11 1939–1940, 1946–1953 [70]
Travis Jackson New York Giants 15 1922–1936 [71]
Derek Jeter New York Yankees 20 1995–2014 [1]
Walter Johnson Washington Senators 21 1907–1927 [1]
Chipper Jones Atlanta Braves 19 1993, 1995–2012 [1]
Arndt Jorgens New York Yankees 11 1929–1939 [72]
Al Kaline Detroit Tigers 22 1953–1974 [1]
Ron Karkovice Chicago White Sox 12 1986–1997 [73]
Sandy Koufax Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers 12 1955–1966 [74]
Ed Kranepool New York Mets 18 1962–1979 [1]
Ray Kremer Pittsburgh Pirates 10 1924–1933 [75]
Barry Larkin Cincinnati Reds 19 1986–2004 [1]
Vern Law Pittsburgh Pirates 16 1950–1951, 1954–1967 [76]
Sam Leever Pittsburgh Pirates 13 1898–1910 [77]
Bob Lemon Cleveland Indians 15 1941–1942, 1946–1958 [78]
Dennis Leonard Kansas City Royals 12 1974–1983, 1985–1986 [79]
Buddy Lewis Washington Senators 11 1935–1941, 1945–1947, 1949 [80]
Ted Lyons Chicago White Sox 21 1923–1942, 1946 [1]
Mickey Mantle New York Yankees 18 1951–1968 [1]
Pepper Martin St. Louis Cardinals 13 1928, 1930–1940, 1944 [81]
Edgar Martínez Seattle Mariners 18 1987–2004 [1]
Don Mattingly New York Yankees 14 1982–1995 [82]
Joe Mauer Minnesota Twins 15 2004–2018 [83]
Bill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates 17 1956–1972 [84]
Gil McDougald New York Yankees 10 1951–1960 [85]
Scott McGregor Baltimore Orioles 13 1976–1988 [86]
Bid McPhee Cincinnati Red Stockings/Reds 18 1882–1899 [1]
Clyde Milan Washington Senators 16 1907–1922 [87]
Bob Miller Philadelphia Phillies 10 1949–1958 [88]
Otto Miller Brooklyn Superbas/Dodgers/Robins 13 1910–1922 [89]
Yadier Molina St. Louis Cardinals 19 2004–2022 [90]
Bob Montgomery Boston Red Sox 10 1970–1979 [91]
Jo-Jo Moore New York Giants 12 1930–1941 [92]
Terry Moore St. Louis Cardinals 11 1935–1942, 1946–1948 [93]
Bob Moose Pittsburgh Pirates 10 1967–1976 [94]
Guy Morton Cleveland Napoleons/Indians 11 1914–1924 [95]
Johnny Mostil Chicago White Sox 10 1918, 1921–1929 [96]
Pat Mullin Detroit Tigers 10 1940–1941, 1946–1953 [97]
Thurman Munson New York Yankees 11 1969–1979 [98]
Stan Musial St. Louis Cardinals 22 1941–1944, 1946–1963 [1]
Mike Norris Oakland Athletics 10 1975–1983, 1990 [99]
Ron Oester Cincinnati Reds 13 1978–1990 [100]
Tony Oliva Minnesota Twins 15 1962–1976 [101]
Mel Ott New York Giants 22 1926–1947 [1]
Tom Pagnozzi St. Louis Cardinals 12 1987–1998 [102]
Jim Palmer Baltimore Orioles 19 1965–1967, 1969–1984 [1]
Mel Parnell Boston Red Sox 10 1947–1956 [103]
Dustin Pedroia Boston Red Sox 14 2006–2019 [104]
Glen Perkins Minnesota Twins 12 2006–2017 [105]
Rico Petrocelli Boston Red Sox 13 1963, 1965–1976 [106]
Biff Pocoroba Atlanta Braves 10 1975–1984 [107]
Jorge Posada New York Yankees 17 1995–2011 [108]
Buster Posey San Francisco Giants 12 2009–2019, 2021 [109]
Kirby Puckett Minnesota Twins 12 1984–1995 [110]
Brad Radke Minnesota Twins 12 1995–2006 [111]
Pee Wee Reese Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers 16 1940–1942, 1946–1958 [112]
Jim Rice Boston Red Sox 16 1974–1989 [113]
J. R. Richard Houston Astros 10 1971–1980 [114]
Bobby Richardson New York Yankees 12 1955–1966 [115]
Cal Ripken Jr. Baltimore Orioles 21 1981–2001 [1]
Mariano Rivera New York Yankees 19 1995–2013 [1]
Phil Rizzuto New York Yankees 13 1941–1942, 1946–1956 [116]
Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles 23 1955–1977 [1]
Jackie Robinson Brooklyn Dodgers 10 1947–1956 [117]
Steve Rogers Montreal Expos 13 1973–1985 [118]
Red Rolfe New York Yankees 10 1931, 1934–1942 [119]
Eddie Rommel Philadelphia Athletics 13 1920–1932 [120]
Al Rosen Cleveland Indians 10 1947–1956 [121]
Nap Rucker Brooklyn Superbas/Dodgers/Robins 10 1907–1916 [122]
Bill Russell Los Angeles Dodgers 18 1969–1986 [1]
Tim Salmon California/Anaheim/Los Angeles Angels 14 1992–2004, 2006 [123]
Mike Schmidt Philadelphia Phillies 18 1972–1989 [1]
Hal Schumacher New York Giants 13 1931–1942, 1946 [124]
Mike Scioscia Los Angeles Dodgers 13 1980–1992 [125]
Kyle Seager Seattle Mariners 11 2011–2021 [126]
Scot Shields Anaheim/Los Angeles Angels 10 2001–2010 [127]
Sibby Sisti Boston Bees/Braves/Milwaukee Braves 13 1939–1942, 1946–1954 [128]
Vic Sorrell Detroit Tigers 10 1928–1937 [129]
Mario Soto Cincinnati Reds 12 1977–1988 [130]
Paul Splittorff Kansas City Royals 15 1970–1984 [131]
Mike Squires Chicago White Sox 10 1975, 1977–1985 [132]
Bob Stanley Boston Red Sox 13 1977–1989 [133]
Mickey Stanley Detroit Tigers 15 1964–1978 [134]
Willie Stargell Pittsburgh Pirates 21 1962–1982 [1]
Mel Stottlemyre New York Yankees 11 1964–1974 [135]
Stephen Strasburg Washington Nationals 13 2010–2022 [136]
Pete Suder Philadelphia Athletics/Kansas City Athletics 13 1941–1943, 1946–1955 [137]
Lee Tannehill Chicago White Stockings/White Sox 10 1903–1912 [138]
Bill Terry New York Giants 14 1923–1936 [139]
Robby Thompson San Francisco Giants 11 1986–1996 [140]
Mike Tiernan New York Giants 13 1887–1899 [141]
Chris Tillman Baltimore Orioles 10 2009–2018 [142]
Alan Trammell Detroit Tigers 20 1977–1996 [1]
Cecil Travis Washington Senators 12 1933–1941, 1945–1947 [143]
Pie Traynor Pittsburgh Pirates 17 1920–1935, 1937 [144]
Jason Varitek Boston Red Sox 15 1997–2011 [145]
Adam Wainwright St. Louis Cardinals 18 2005–2010, 2012–2023 [1]
John Wathan Kansas City Royals 10 1976–1985 [146]
Bill Wegman Milwaukee Brewers 11 1985–1995 [147]
Wes Westrum New York Giants 11 1947–1957 [148]
Lou Whitaker Detroit Tigers 19 1977–1995 [1]
Frank White Kansas City Royals 18 1973–1990 [1]
Roy White New York Yankees 15 1965–1979 [149]
Bernie Williams New York Yankees 16 1991–2006 [150]
Ted Williams Boston Red Sox 19 1939–1942, 1946–1960 [1]
Larry Woodall Detroit Tigers 10 1920–1929 [151]
David Wright New York Mets 14 2004–2016, 2018 [152]
Carl Yastrzemski Boston Red Sox 23 1961–1983 [1]
Ross Youngs New York Giants 10 1917–1926 [153]
Robin Yount Milwaukee Brewers 20 1974–1993 [1]
Ryan Zimmerman Washington Nationals 16 2005–2019, 2021 [154]

Honorable mentions

The following players died during their careers, after playing nine seasons with the same franchise:

Negro league baseball

Late-career moves

Players who spend 20 or more seasons with a single franchise before ending their career playing for another team (thus disqualifying them from inclusion in the above list) include:

Other examples of long-tenured players who made late-career appearances with a different franchise include:

Counts by franchise

Table last updated April 6, 2024.

Team name Past name(s) Player count Players
Arizona Diamondbacks 0
Atlanta Braves Milwaukee Braves
Boston Braves
Boston Bees
4 Bruce Benedict, Chipper Jones, Biff Pocoroba, Sibby Sisti
Baltimore Orioles St. Louis Browns
Milwaukee Brewers (1901)
7 Rich Dauer, Chris Hoiles, Scott McGregor, Jim Palmer, Cal Ripken Jr., Brooks Robinson, Chris Tillman
Boston Red Sox Boston Americans 13 Bill Carrigan, Dom DiMaggio, Bobby Doerr, Mike Greenwell, Bob Montgomery, Mel Parnell, Dustin Pedroia, Rico Petrocelli, Jim Rice, Bob Stanley, Jason Varitek, Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski
Chicago Cubs Chicago Orphans
Chicago Colts
Chicago White Stockings (1870–89)
2 Ernie Banks, Stan Hack
Chicago White Sox Chicago White Stockings 9 Luke Appling, John Danks, Red Faber, Orval Grove, Ron Karkovice, Ted Lyons, Johnny Mostil, Mike Squires, Lee Tannehill
Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati Redlegs
Cincinnati Red Stockings
6 Johnny Bench, Dave Concepción, Barry Larkin, Bid McPhee, Ron Oester, Mario Soto
Cleveland Guardians Cleveland Indians
Cleveland Naps
Cleveland Broncos
Cleveland Bluebirds
6 Bob Feller, Jack Graney, Mel Harder, Bob Lemon, Guy Morton, Al Rosen
Colorado Rockies 1 Todd Helton
Detroit Tigers 15 Tommy Bridges, Gates Brown, Hooks Dauss, Bill Freehan, Charlie Gehringer, Bobby Higginson, John Hiller, Fred Hutchinson, Al Kaline, Pat Mullin, Vic Sorrell, Mickey Stanley, Alan Trammell, Lou Whitaker, Larry Woodall
Houston Astros Houston Colt .45s 3 Jeff Bagwell, Craig Biggio, J. R. Richard
Kansas City Royals 6 George Brett, Alex Gordon, Dennis Leonard, Paul Splittorff, John Wathan, Frank White
Los Angeles Angels California Angels
Anaheim Angels
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
3 Gary DiSarcina, Tim Salmon, Scot Shields
Los Angeles Dodgers Brooklyn Dodgers
Brooklyn Robins
Brooklyn Superbas
13 Roy Campanella, Don Drysdale, Carl Erskine, Andre Ethier, Carl Furillo, Jim Gilliam, Sandy Koufax, Otto Miller, Pee Wee Reese, Jackie Robinson, Nap Rucker, Bill Russell, Mike Scioscia
Miami Marlins Florida Marlins 0
Milwaukee Brewers Seattle Pilots 5 Jerry Augustine, Ryan Braun, Jim Gantner, Bill Wegman, Robin Yount
Minnesota Twins Washington Senators (1901–60) 14 Bob Allison, Ossie Bluege, Randy Bush, Patsy Gharrity, Kent Hrbek, Walter Johnson, Buddy Lewis, Joe Mauer, Clyde Milan, Tony Oliva, Glen Perkins, Kirby Puckett, Brad Radke, Cecil Travis
New York Mets 3 Ron Hodges, Ed Kranepool, David Wright
New York Yankees New York Highlanders
Baltimore Orioles (1901–1902)
26 Spud Chandler, Joe Collins, Earle Combs, Frankie Crosetti, Bill Dickey, Joe DiMaggio, Whitey Ford, Brett Gardner, Lou Gehrig, Jake Gibbs, Ron Guidry, Tommy Henrich, Derek Jeter, Arndt Jorgens, Mickey Mantle, Don Mattingly, Gil McDougald, Thurman Munson, Jorge Posada, Bobby Richardson, Mariano Rivera, Phil Rizzuto, Red Rolfe, Mel Stottlemyre, Roy White, Bernie Williams
Oakland Athletics Kansas City Athletics
Philadelphia Athletics
6 Joe Astroth, Dick Fowler, Dick Green, Mike Norris, Eddie Rommel, Pete Suder
Philadelphia Phillies Philadelphia Quakers (NL) 5 Larry Christenson, Terry Harmon, Ryan Howard, Bob Miller, Mike Schmidt
Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsburgh Alleghenys 11 Gene Alley, Carson Bigbee, Steve Blass, Roberto Clemente, Ray Kremer, Vern Law, Sam Leever, Bill Mazeroski, Bob Moose, Willie Stargell, Pie Traynor
St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Perfectos
St. Louis Browns (NL)
9 Ray Blades, Al Brazle, Bob Gibson, Pepper Martin, Yadier Molina, Terry Moore, Stan Musial, Tom Pagnozzi, Adam Wainwright
San Diego Padres 2 Tim Flannery, Tony Gwynn
San Francisco Giants New York Giants 15 Matt Cain, Harry Danning, Jim Davenport, Scott Garrelts, Carl Hubbell, Travis Jackson, Jo-Jo Moore, Mel Ott, Buster Posey, Hal Schumacher, Bill Terry, Robby Thompson, Mike Tiernan, Wes Westrum, Ross Youngs
Seattle Mariners 3 Félix Hernández, Edgar Martínez, Kyle Seager
Texas Rangers Washington Senators (1961–71) 0
Tampa Bay Rays Tampa Bay Devil Rays 0
Toronto Blue Jays 0
Washington Nationals Montreal Expos 3 Steve Rogers, Stephen Strasburg, Ryan Zimmerman

Active players

Clayton Kershaw first played for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2008.

The following active players have played at least 10 seasons with only a single MLB franchise, making them potential future additions to the main list above.

Debut year Player Team Seasons with listed team
2007 Joey Votto Cincinnati Reds 2007–2023‡
2008 Clayton Kershaw Los Angeles Dodgers 2008–present
2011 José Altuve Houston Astros 2011–present
Charlie Blackmon Colorado Rockies 2011–present
Danny Duffy Kansas City Royals 2011–2021†
Salvador Pérez Kansas City Royals 2011–2018, 2020–present
Mike Trout Los Angeles Angels 2011–present
2013 José Ramírez Cleveland Indians / Guardians 2013–present
2014 Kyle Hendricks Chicago Cubs 2014–present
2015 Austin Barnes Los Angeles Dodgers 2015–present
Byron Buxton Minnesota Twins 2015–present
Max Kepler Minnesota Twins 2015–present
Aaron Nola Philadelphia Phillies 2015–present

Players are removed from this list (and this article) when they make an appearance with a different MLB team. Players who retire or are inactive for over a year (have not played professional baseball at any level) are moved from this list to the main list.

† Denotes a player who is currently a free agent.
‡ Denotes a player who is under contract with a different team.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The record for most major-league seasons played is 27, shared by Nolan Ryan (1966–1993, with four franchises) and Cap Anson (1871–1897, with three franchises).[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an "Most Seasons Played". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved January 30, 2023. Sort by Franchises column.
  2. ^ "Stephen Strasburg, MVP of the 2019 World Series, retires from baseball". The Washington Post. April 6, 2024. Retrieved April 6, 2024.
  3. ^ "Gene Alley".
  4. ^ "Bob Allison".
  5. ^ "Joe Astroth".
  6. ^ "Jerry Augustine".
  7. ^ "Jeff Bagwell".
  8. ^ "Johnny Bench".
  9. ^ "Bruce Benedict".
  10. ^ "Carson Bigbee".
  11. ^ "Ray Blades".
  12. ^ "Steve Blass".
  13. ^ "Ryan Braun Stats".
  14. ^ "Al Brazle".
  15. ^ "Tommy Bridges".
  16. ^ "Gates Brown".
  17. ^ "Randy Bush".
  18. ^ "Matt Cain".
  19. ^ "Roy Campanella".
  20. ^ "Bill Carrigan".
  21. ^ "Spud Chandler".
  22. ^ "Larry Christenson".
  23. ^ "Joe Collins".
  24. ^ "Earle Combs".
  25. ^ "Frankie Crosetti".
  26. ^ "John Danks".
  27. ^ "Harry Danning".
  28. ^ "Rich Dauer".
  29. ^ "Hooks Dauss".
  30. ^ "Jim Davenport".
  31. ^ "Bill Dickey".
  32. ^ "Dom DiMaggio".
  33. ^ "Joe DiMaggio".
  34. ^ "Gary Disarcina".
  35. ^ "Bobby Doerr".
  36. ^ "Don Drysdale".
  37. ^ "Carl Erskine".
  38. ^ "Andre Ethier".
  39. ^ "Tim Flannery".
  40. ^ "Whitey Ford".
  41. ^ "Dick Fowler".
  42. ^ "Bill Freehan".
  43. ^ "Carl Furillo".
  44. ^ "Jim Gantner".
  45. ^ "Brett Gardner".
  46. ^ "Scott Garrelts".
  47. ^ "Lou Gehrig".
  48. ^ "Patsy Gharrity".
  49. ^ "Jake Gibbs".
  50. ^ "Bob Gibson".
  51. ^ "Jim Gilliam".
  52. ^ "Alex Gordon".
  53. ^ "Jack Graney".
  54. ^ "Dick Green".
  55. ^ "Mike Greenwell".
  56. ^ "Orval Grove".
  57. ^ "Ron Guidry".
  58. ^ "Stan Hack".
  59. ^ "Terry Harmon".
  60. ^ "Todd Helton".
  61. ^ "Tommy Henrich".
  62. ^ "Félix Hernández".
  63. ^ "Bobby Higginson".
  64. ^ "John Hiller".
  65. ^ "Ron Hodges".
  66. ^ "Chris Hoiles".
  67. ^ "Ryan Howard".
  68. ^ "Kent Hrbek".
  69. ^ "Carl Hubbell".
  70. ^ "Fred Hutchinson".
  71. ^ "Travis Jackson".
  72. ^ "Arndt Jorgens".
  73. ^ "Ron Karkovice".
  74. ^ "Sandy Koufax".
  75. ^ "Ray Kremer".
  76. ^ "Vern Law".
  77. ^ "Sam Leever".
  78. ^ "Bob Lemon".
  79. ^ "Dennis Leonard".
  80. ^ "Buddy Lewis".
  81. ^ "Pepper Martin".
  82. ^ "Don Mattingly".
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