The Oregon State Beavers baseball team has been a Pac-12 powerhouse since they joined the conference in 1999. The Beavers have won three College World Series titles in 2006, 2007, and 2018 and have produced numerous professional players.
With a talented coaching staff and a passionate fanbase, the Beavers are one of the top teams in the Pac-12 every season, and are poised to make another run at the College World Series in 2021.
- Adley Rutschman
- Drew Rasmussen
- Steven Kwan
- Sam Gaviglio
- Cooper Hjerpe
- Michael Conforto
- Trevor Larnach
- Matthew Boyd
- Darwin Barney
- Nick Madrigal
- Mitch Canham
- Andrew Moore
- Jacoby Ellsbury
- Jim Wilson
- Josh Osich
- Eddie Kunz
- Scott Anderson
- Mike Thurman
- Joe Paterson
- Jace Fry
- Glenn Elliott
- John Leovich
- Ken Forsch
- Jeff Doyle
- Andrew Susac
- Michael Stutes
- Mark McLemore
- Caleb Hamilton
- Brian Barden
- Tyler Graham
- Cole Gillespie
- Steve Lyons
- Chris Wakeland
- Jamie Burke
- Stefen Romero
- Lute Barnes
- Ed Coleman
- Bob Beall
- Wes Schulmerich
- Howard Maple
- Jacob Melton
- Pat Casey
- Logan Ice
- Cadyn Grenier
- Daniel Turpen
- Pat Bailey
- Don Johnson
- Jordan Lennerton
1. Adley Rutschman
- Golden Spikes Award (2019), Dick Howser Award (2019)
Rutschman made his MLB debut with the Baltimore Orioles in 2019. He was originally drafted by the Chicago Cubs as a shortstop but ended up being moved to catcher after signing with them.
Rutschman has been praised for his defensive skills behind the plate, and has already accumulated over 100 minor league catches and 20 home runs in just three seasons of professional baseball.
The 24-year-old is currently playing for the Double A Bowie Baysox, where he's batting .270 with four home runs and 31 RBIs on the season so far. He was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 1st round of the 2019 MLB Draft.
He is a left-handed batter and bats .254 with 13 home runs and 42 RBIs in 112 games played for the Orioles this season. Rutschman has been praised for his hitting ability, speed, and defense at second base, making him an important part of their team going forward.
2. Drew Rasmussen
Drew Rasmussen was signed by the Tampa Bay Rays as an amateur free agent in 2016. He made his MLB debut with the Rays in 2018, pitching 5 innings and giving up 4 earned runs on 6 hits.
Rasmussen's fastball tops out at 97 mph and he also has a slider and changeup that can be effective off-speed weapons. The right-hander is currently part of the Triple-A Durham Bulls rotation where he has posted a 2.09 ERA over 29 appearances (24 starts).
Drew Rasmussen is a starting pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers. He was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the fourth round of the 2020 MLB Draft.
Drew has a 16-8 record and an ERA of 3.03 in 22 starts with the Brewers thus far in his career. Drew throws a fastball, slider, and changeup which have all been effective against opposing hitters so far in his career.
Drew is known as one of the hardest workers on team and he's constantly trying to improve his game both on and off the field.
Also Played For: tampa bay rays
3. Steven Kwan
- Gold Glove Award (2022), Fielding Bible Award (2022)
Kwan was drafted by the Cleveland Guardians in the 22nd round of the 2018 MLB draft. He had a standout collegiate career at Stanford, batting .368 with 117 home runs and 419 RBIs in four seasons there.
Kwan made his professional debut with the Class A Lake County Captains in 2019, hitting .294/.362/.543 with 10 home runs and 36 RBIs in 67 games.
After spending part of 2020 on loan to the Australian Baseball League's Melbourne Aces, Kwan made his Major League debut for Cleveland late that season and hit .281/.373/.433 with two home runs and six RBIs over 41 games.
Kwan was drafted in the first round of the 2022 MLB draft by the Cleveland Guardians. Kwan has had a very successful career in both college and professional baseball, earning numerous awards and accolades along the way.
298 and he has hit 6 home runs so far this season with 52 RBIs. Kwan is an excellent fielder who has won several accolades for his athleticism on that side of the ball as well, including a Gold Glove Award in 2022.
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4. Sam Gaviglio
Sam Gaviglio is a free agent pitcher who has previously played in the MLB for the Seattle Mariners. He was originally drafted by the Minnesota Twins in 2008, but he did not sign with them and instead went to college at Oregon State University.
Gaviglio made his MLB debut with the Mariners on May 11th of this year, pitching 3 innings and giving up 2 earned runs without recording a strikeout or a walk.
In 210 professional baseball games (KBO included), Gaviglio has an ERA of 4.06 with 186 strikeouts and only 38 walks allowed over 23 starts and 78 relief appearances Gaviglio is a young, talented pitcher who could be on the rise.
Gaviglio has had some trouble with consistency but he has shown flashes of brilliance in his career so far. He will need to keep working hard if he wants to continue progressing and become one of the best pitchers in baseball.
Gaviglio is an exciting player to watch because he can throw a lot of different pitches well and has good control over them overall. He might struggle at times against better competition but that should only make him stronger as a player in the long run.
He may not have been given much opportunity thus far in his career, but don't count him out yet – there's still potential for greatness ahead. Gaviglio would benefit from being placed on a team where he can start more often – pitching behind veterans can sometimes hinder development and progression.
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5. Cooper Hjerpe
Cooper Hjerpe is a young pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization who has shown potential at the minor league level. Hjerpe was drafted by the Cardinals in the 2nd round of the 2018 MLB draft, and he will likely start his career with their AA affiliate Springfield Redbirds.
In 2017, Hjerpe pitched for Team USA's U-17 team that won a gold medal at the World Youth Championships in Taiwan. While still just 21 years old, Cooper Hjerpe has already displayed excellent control and maturity on the mound despite limited experience in professional baseball thus far.
He is poised to have a successful career as long as he continues to develop those skills. Cooper Hjerpe was born in Davis, California on October 30th, 1994. He is a left-handed pitcher who attends Nevada Union High School and played for the Nevada Wolf Pack baseball team as a freshman and sophomore.
In 2016, he was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the fifth round of the MLB draft but did not sign with them and instead committed to play college baseball at UC Irvine where he will be joining former teammate Austin Riley on their varsity squad this spring.
In his junior year of high school, Cooper pitched to an impressive 2-0 record with 0 saves (the only blemish on his record) while striking out 32 batters in just 14 innings pitched across two games against local rivals Tahoe Sierra Canyon HS.
As a senior at NVHS last season, Cooper posted an 8-1 record with 1 save and 109 strikeouts over 54 innings pitched — including 10 complete games (seven shutouts). His ERA sat at 1.00 all season long despite opposing teams batting .238 against him (.269 as a collegian).
Last summer he attended The Perfect Game National Showcase held annually at Traverse City Beachfront Park in Michigan as part of Team USA's Junior Select Team which competed against top international talent from around the world vying for spots on future national teams.
5b: At PG Nationals 2017 he threw 4 2/3 scoreless frames before being relieved during his final appearance due to fatigue; it would prove to be his lone outing during what proved to be one of best summers ever statistically for him according to many scouts interviewed after.
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6. Michael Conforto
- All-Star (2017), All-MLB Second Team (2020)
Michael Conforto is an outfielder for the San Francisco Giants. He made his MLB debut in 2016. Conforto attended the University of Oregon, where he played for the Oregon Ducks.
He was drafted in the first round of the 2011 MLB draft by the Mets. Conforto has a career batting average of .262. He has also hit 38 home runs and collected 153 RBIs in 543 games.
Conforto is a two-time All-Star. He was voted to the All-Star team in 2016 and 2018. He is a member of the United States national baseball team. Conforto is the son of former major league second baseman and manager Jerry Conforto.
He was married to Jenni Rivera in September of 2018. Michael Conforto is a young outfielder with a bright future in the MLB. He showed tremendous promise in his rookie season, batting .255 with 132 home runs and 396 RBIs. Conforto is a powerful hitter with a good eye at the plate.
He has a good batting average and a lot of home run power. Conforto is a streaky hitter, so it will be interesting to see how he performs in the future.
He will need to improve his batting average if he wants to make an impact in the MLB. Conforto is a hard-working player who is always looking to improve his skills.
He is a leader on the team and is a good role model for the young players on the Mets. Conforto is a valuable player to the Mets and is a key part of their success in the future.
He is a good player who is well-respected by his teammates. Conforto is a powerful hitter who can hit for a high average and score a lot of runs.
He is a valuable member of the Mets team and will be a key player in their future success. Conforto is a young player who has a lot of potential and it is looking like he will go on to be a very successful player in the MLB.
He has a bright future and the Mets are lucky to have him on their team. Michael Conforto is a talented player who is well-loved by his fans.
He is a good role model for the young players in the MLB and he is set to have a long and successful career. Michael Conforto is a talented player who is well-loved by his fans.
He is a good role model for the young players in the MLB and he is set to have a long and successful career.
7. Trevor Larnach
Trevor Larnach is an outfielder for the Fort Myers Miracle in the Minor Leagues. He was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the first round of the 2016 MLB Draft.
Larnach has a strong batting average and is known for his speed and defense. Larnach has played for the Miracle since the team's inaugural season in 2017. He is a student at UCLA.
Larnach is a native of Walnut Creek, California. Larnach is a member of the United States National Team. Larnach is a big fan of the Los Angeles Lakers. Larnach is a potential future star in the MLB.
Trevor Larnach is a 21-year-old rookie who made his MLB debut with the Minnesota Twins in 2021. Larnach played college ball at the University of Louisville, and was drafted by the Twins in the third round of the 2020 MLB Draft.
Larnach had a successful debut season with the Twins, hitting .226 with 12 home runs and 46 RBIs. Larnach is a left-handed hitter who has shown power and speed in his young career. Larnach is a strong candidate to be one of the breakout stars in the MLB in the next few years.
Larnach is an exciting young player to watch, and he is sure to be a fan favorite in Minnesota. Larnach is a hard-working player who is always looking to improve his game.
Larnach is a popular member of the team, and he is always willing to lend a hand to his teammates. Trevor Larnach is a talented player who is sure to make an impact in the MLB for many years to come.
Also Played For: minnesota twins
8. Matthew Boyd
Boyd began his MLB career with the Detroit Tigers in 2011. He became a full-time starter in 2013 and posted a combined record of 25-14 with a 3.68 ERA in three seasons with the Tigers.
Boyd was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays in 2015 and had a successful season, posting a record of 20-9 with a 3.40 ERA. He was traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2017 and had another successful season, posting a record of 20-9 with a 3.59 ERA.
Boyd was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies in 2019 and had a poor season, posting a record of 6-9 with a 5.19 ERA. Boyd is a free agent and is likely to be released by the Phillies. Boyd is a left-handed pitcher and throws with a sidearm delivery.
He is known for his ground ball rate and ability to get strikeouts. Boyd has been a member of the USA National Team and has appeared in two World Baseball Classic tournaments.
Also Played For: detroit tigers
9. Darwin Barney
- Gold Glove Award (2012)
Darwin Barney was born in 1985 in Portland, Oregon. Barney played for the Chicago Cubs from 2010 to 2017. He had a batting average of .246 and 31 home runs in his MLB career.
Barney has played for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2017. Barney is a second baseman and has played in the MLB for 10 seasons. Barney is a veteran player and has been in the MLB for 10 seasons.
Barney has played for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2017. Barney is a second baseman and has played in the MLB for 10 seasons.
Barney is a veteran player and has been in the MLB for 10 seasons. Darwin Barney is a left-handed batter and outfielder who was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the fourth round of the 2010 MLB Draft.
Barney made his MLB debut with the Cubs in 2010 and has since played for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Toronto Blue Jays, and Chicago Cubs.
In 2014, Barney was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers and led the team in runs scored. Barney was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays in 2015 and finished the season with a .291 batting average.
Barney signed with the Chicago Cubs in 2017 and is currently playing for the team. Barney is a two-time Gold Glove Award winner and has been nominated for the MLB All-Star Game twice.
Barney is known for his speed and offensive ability, having hit over 20 home runs in each of his four MLB seasons. Barney is currently a free agent and is considered a top candidate to be drafted in the upcoming MLB Draft.
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10. Nick Madrigal
Nick Madrigal is a talented second baseman who has been impressing in the minor leagues. He was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the first round of the 2018 amateur draft.
Madrigal has an impressive batting average of .312 and a .957 OPS in the minors. He is an excellent fielder and has made a number of highlight reel catches. Madrigal is a key part of the Cubs' future and could be a cornerstone player for the team.
He is a versatile player who can play both second base and shortstop. Madrigal is a hard worker who is constantly seeking new ways to improve his game. He is a major league-ready player and could be a valuable contributor to the Cubs' team next season.
Madrigal is a promising young player who has a lot of potential to achieve great things in the future.
11. Mitch Canham
- 2004–2007: Oregon State
- 2007: Eugene Emeralds
- 2007–2008: Lake Elsinore Storm
- 2009–2010: San Antonio Missions
- 2010: Portland Beavers
- 2011: Midland RockHounds
- 2011: Sacramento River Cats
- 2012: Memphis Redbirds
- 2012: Long Island Ducks
- 2013: Northwest Arkansas Naturals
- 2013: Omaha Storm Chasers
- 2014: Harrisburg Senators
- 2015: Lincoln Saltdogs
- Position(s): Catcher
- 2016: Clinton LumberKings
- 2017–2018: Modesto Nuts
- 2019: Arkansas Travelers
- 2020–present: Oregon State
Mitch Canham is currently the head coach of the Oregon State Beavers. Canham played college baseball at Oregon State from 2004-2007. He played for the Eugene Emeralds in 2007 and the Lake Elsinore Storm in 2008.
He was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 7th round of the 2007 MLB Draft, but did not sign. He then played for the San Antonio Missions in 2009 and the Portland Beavers in 2010. He was named the head coach of the Oregon State Beavers in the summer of 2014.
He has led the Beavers to a 90–51 record in his three seasons as head coach. Canham was born on September 25, 1984 in Richland, Washington. He currently resides in Corvallis, Oregon. Mitch Canham is a catcher who has played in the majors for the past four seasons.
He played for the Midland RockHounds in 2011, the Sacramento River Cats in 2012, the Memphis Redbirds in 2012, and the Long Island Ducks in 2013.
He then played for the Northwest Arkansas Naturals in 2013 and the Omaha Storm Chasers in 2014. He was hired by the Clinton LumberKings in 2016 and he remains in that position.
He has led the team to a .521 winning percentage in his four seasons as head coach. In 2019, he was hired as the new head coach of the Arkansas Travelers. He has a 90-51 record in his career as a head coach.
He is a catcher who has played in the majors for the past four seasons. He has played for the Midland RockHounds, the Sacramento River Cats, the Memphis Redbirds, and the Long Island Ducks.
12. Andrew Moore
Andrew Moore was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 3rd round of the 2013 MLB Draft. Moore made his MLB debut in 2016 with the Milwaukee Brewers. Moore spent the 2017 season with the Atlanta Braves.
Moore was traded to the San Francisco Giants in 2018. Moore pitched to a 3.92 ERA in 2018 with the Giants. Moore is a free agent and is likely to be released by the Giants. Moore has a minor league contract with the Seattle Mariners.
Moore is a right-handed pitcher. Moore is likely to be a free agent after the 2019 season. Moore was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 2017 MLB Draft.
Moore made his MLB debut for the Mariners on June 22, 2017. Moore has struggled with inconsistency in his rookie season, posting a record of 1-5 with a 5.51 ERA.
Moore has had a hard time striking out batters, totaling 33 in 34 innings pitched. Moore is considered a starting pitcher in the Mariners' rotation, and is hopeful for a more successful season in 2019.
Moore is a talented young pitcher who is still learning how to succeed in the MLB. Moore is a talented young pitcher who is still learning how to succeed in the MLB.
Moore is a talented young pitcher who is still learning how to succeed in the MLB. Moore is a talented young pitcher who is still learning how to succeed in the MLB.
13. Jacoby Ellsbury
- All-Star (2011), 2× World Series champion (2007, 2013), Gold Glove Award (2011), Silver Slugger Award (2011), AL Comeback Player of the Year (2011), 3× AL stolen base leader (2008, 2009, 2013)
Jacoby Ellsbury is a center fielder for the Boston Red Sox. He was drafted by the Red Sox in the second round of the 2002 MLB Amateur Draft. Ellsbury has been a part of the Red Sox organization since 2007.
He has had a successful MLB career, winning three World Series titles and being a four-time All-Star. Ellsbury is also a two-time Gold Glove winner. On September 30, 2017, Ellsbury announced his retirement from professional baseball.
Ellsbury is married to actress Minka Kelly and they have two children. Jacoby Ellsbury is a role model to many young athletes. Jacoby Ellsbury is an Oregon native and his parents still live in Madras. Jacoby Ellsbury was a key player for the Boston Red Sox from 2007 to 2013.
During that time, he won two World Series titles and was named an All-Star twice. Ellsbury is a left fielder and was drafted by the Red Sox in the first round of the 2007 MLB draft. He has since established himself as one of the best players in the league and is a three-time AL stolen base leader.
Ellsbury is a good all-around player, batting average-wise, home runs-wise, and runs batted in-wise. He is a key part of the New York Yankees team and has helped them win two championships in the past three years.
14. Jim Wilson
Jim Wilson is a first baseman who played in the majors for the Cleveland Indians and Seattle Mariners. He bats and throws right-handed. Wilson made his MLB debut with the Indians in 1985 and played for them until 1989.
In 1990, he played for the Fukuoka Daiei Hawks in Japan. Wilson last played in the majors with the Seattle Mariners in 1989.
He has a .242 batting average and .294 on-base percentage in his career. Wilson currently coaches the third base and first base positions for the Everett AquaSox in the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball.
Wilson is a three-time American Association All-Star. He was born on December 29, 1960, in Corvallis, Oregon. Jim Wilson was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 1985 MLB draft.
He made his MLB debut with the Cleveland Indians in 1989. He was traded to the Seattle Mariners in 1990. He hit .227 with 0 home runs and 4 RBIs in NPB play with the Fukuoka Daiei Hawks.
He was released by the Mariners in 1991. He signed with the Detroit Tigers in 1991. He hit .269 with 2 home runs and 16 RBIs in MLB play with the Detroit Tigers.
He was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays in 1993. He hit .282 with 10 home runs and 54 RBIs in MLB play with the Toronto Blue Jays.
15. Josh Osich
Josh Osich made his MLB debut with the San Francisco Giants in 2015. Osich has pitched in the majors for the Chicago White Sox since 2019. Osich has a career record of 9-9 with a 3.89 ERA.
Osich has primarily pitched as a starter, but he has also made a few relief appearances. Osich is a left-handed pitcher who throws in the mid-90s. Osich is a battler who never backs down from a challenge.
Osich is a devout Christian and has been involved in several charitable causes. Osich is a fierce competitor who never gives up. Osich is a popular member of the White Sox team and is well-loved by his fans.
Josh Osich was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 6th round of the 2015 MLB draft. Osich made his MLB debut with the Giants in 2017. In 2018, Osich was traded to the Chicago White Sox. Osich made his White Sox debut in 2018.
In 2019, Osich was traded to the Boston Red Sox. Osich made his Red Sox debut in 2019. Osich was traded to the Cincinnati Reds in 2021. Osich made his Reds debut in 2021. Osich is currently a member of the Cincinnati Reds.
16. Eddie Kunz
Eddie Kunz is a pitcher who is currently playing for the Oakland Athletics. Kunz made his MLB debut in 2011 with the Oakland Athletics. Kunz has a 3.87 ERA in 268.1 innings pitched in the MLB.
Kunz has also played for the Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers, and Colorado Rockies. Kunz is a right-handed pitcher.
Kunz was born in Portland, Oregon. Kunz is married and has two children. Eddie Kunz was drafted by the Mets in the second round of the 2008 MLB Draft.
Kunz made his MLB debut with the Mets on August 16, 2008. Kunz pitched in one game and did not record a win or loss. Kunz's earned run average was 13.50. Kunz struck out one batter in his one MLB game. Kunz is now a free agent and is not currently with an MLB team. Kunz is a left-handed pitcher.
Kunz is 23 years old. Kunz is from Centralia, Washington.
17. Scott Anderson
Scott Anderson made his MLB debut with the Texas Rangers in 1987. He spent most of his career with the Rangers, appearing in a total of 906 games. Anderson also played in Japan for the Chunichi Dragons, where he recorded a record of 307-191.
Anderson retired in 2001 after playing for the Philadelphia Phillies. In his career, Scott Anderson was a consistent pitcher, compiling a record of 286-201. After his retirement, Anderson became a coach for the Phillies. In 2016, Anderson was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame.
Scott Anderson is a two-time World Series champion, as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies in 1993 and the Texas Rangers in 1998.
Scott Anderson is currently a pitching coach for the Phillies' Triple-A affiliate, the Lehigh Valley IronPigs. Scott Anderson played in the Majors for the Rangers in 1987 and the Expos in 1990.
Scott Anderson had a 1-2 record with the Royals in 1995. Scott Anderson had a 5.43 ERA with 28 strikeouts in his career. Scott Anderson was a relief pitcher.
Scott Anderson is currently a relief pitcher for the Dodgers. Scott Anderson was born on August 26, 1965. Scott Anderson is married and has two children. Scott Anderson is a free agent.
18. Mike Thurman
Thurman made his MLB debut with the Montreal Expos in 1997. Thurman has pitched in the majors for 11 seasons, including stints with the Toronto Blue Jays, Colorado Rockies, and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Thurman has a career record of 104-119, with a 3.71 ERA and 1,269 strikeouts. Thurman is currently a free agent and has not been signed by a team for the 2018 season. Thurman is a right-handed pitcher who throws in the mid-90s.
Thurman is known for his strong groundball percentage and ability to keep the ball in the park. Thurman is a fan favorite in his home state of Oregon, where he has been a part of the Oregon State Beavers baseball team for the past several seasons.
Thurman is an ambassador for the sport of baseball and has made numerous appearances at youth baseball camps and clinics around the country. Thurman is married and has two children.
19. Joe Paterson
Joe Paterson is a 36-year-old pitcher with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He has played in MLB for eight seasons, most recently with the Diamondbacks in 2016.
Paterson has a career record of 50-39 with a 3.81 ERA. He has played for the Oakland Athletics, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Toronto Blue Jays. Paterson has earned five career postseason appearances, all with the Diamondbacks.
He has a 0-2 record with a 6.43 ERA in those appearances. Paterson was born in McMinnville, Oregon.
He attended Oregon State University, where he played college baseball for the Beavers. Paterson was drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the second round of the 2006 MLB Draft.
He made his MLB debut with the Athletics in 2007. Paterson was traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2011. He has played with the Diamondbacks since then. Paterson is married and has two children. He is a Christian. Paterson is a right-handed pitcher. He throws with a sidearm motion.
20. Jace Fry
Jace Fry is a 29-year-old pitcher who is currently a free agent. Fry was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the third round of the 2011 MLB Draft. Fry has spent time with the Diamondbacks, Baltimore Orioles, and San Diego Padres.
In 2017, Fry had a breakout season with the Padres, posting a 3.00 ERA and 1.150 WHIP in 139.2 innings. Fry is a left-handed pitcher who throws from the left side. Fry is a durable pitcher, having made at least 125 appearances in each of the past three seasons.
Fry is a ground-ball pitcher who is known for his strong command. Fry is a long-shot to make the major leagues, but he has shown potential in the past and could be a valuable asset for any team. Fry is a versatile pitcher who can fill a number of roles on any team.
Jace Fry made his MLB debut for the Chicago White Sox in 2017. Fry struggled with his command but showed promise with his ability to hit for power.
Fry is still young and has a lot to learn, but he has the potential to be a big-time player in the MLB. Fry is a valuable asset to the White Sox and we look forward to seeing more of his success in the future.
21. Glenn Elliott
Glenn Elliott was one of the most successful pitchers in baseball during the 1950s and 1960s. He was a three-time All-Star and won a Gold Glove in 1962.
Elliott also played in the Major Leagues for the Philadelphia Phillies, Detroit Tigers, and St. Louis Cardinals. He passed away from a heart attack in 1969 at the age of 49.
Glenn Elliott was the starting pitcher for the Boston Braves in 1947 and 1948. Elliott had a record of 4-5 with a 4.08 ERA and 25 strikeouts in 911⁄3 innings. The Braves traded Elliott to the Philadelphia Phillies in 1949.
Elliott finished his career with the Phillies in 1949. Elliott died in 1983 at the age of 61. Elliott is remembered as one of the best pitchers in Braves' history.
22. John Leovich
Leovich was a catcher who played in the Majors for 19 seasons, from 1939 to 1957. He was best known for his time with the Boston Red Sox, where he helped the team to win the World Series in 1946 and 1957.
Leovich also played for the Cleveland Indians and the St. Louis Browns. Leovich retired from baseball in 1967. He died in 2000 at the age of 81. Leovich was a member of the American League All-Star Team in 1947 and 1951.
He was also awarded the Gold Glove Award in 1951. Leovich is part of the Baseball Hall of Fame. Leovich was known for his strong throwing arm, which helped him to record a .995 fielding percentage in his career. Leovich batted .500 in his MLB debut for the Philadelphia Athletics.
Leovich also hit 1 hit in his lone MLB game. Leovich played for the Philadelphia Athletics from 1941 to 1941. Leovich was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1921. Leovich died in 2000 at the age of 80.
Leovich was a left-handed batter and threw right-handed. Leovich had a career batting average of .500 and a career hits total of 1.
Leovich is remembered for his MLB debut with the Philadelphia Athletics and his lone game with the team. Leovich is also remembered for his death in 2000 at the age of 80.
23. Ken Forsch
- 2× All-Star (1976, 1981), Pitched a no-hitter on April 7, 1979
Ken Forsch is a three-time All-Star who pitched for the Astros for 12 seasons. Forsch was known for his slider and ground-ball ability. Forsch retired in 1988 after a season with the Dodgers.
Forsch has been a successful pitching coach and currently coaches for the Astros' minor league affiliate, the Tri-City ValleyCats.
Forsch was inducted into the Astros' Hall of Fame in 2001. Forsch is a cancer survivor and has raising money and awareness for cancer research as a main focus in his life.
Forsch is currently a pitching coach for the Astros' minor league affiliate, the Tri-City ValleyCats. Forsch is a three-time All-Star and was a key pitcher on the Angels teams that won the 1981 and 1984 World Series. Forsch was drafted by the Houston Astros in 1970 and spent the first six years of his career with the team.
He was traded to the California Angels in 1981 and made an immediate impact, winning the Cy Young Award in 1984. Forsch retired from professional baseball in 1986 and later became a pitching coach with the Astros and Angels. He is currently an analyst for ESPN.
24. Jeff Doyle
Jeff Doyle was a shortstop and second baseman in the MLB for the St. Louis Cardinals. He made his MLB debut on September 13, 1983. Doyle played his final game on October 2, 1983.
Doyle was a switch hitter and threw right. Doyle had a .242 batting average in his MLB career. Doyle was born in Havre, Montana on October 2, 1956. After his MLB career, Doyle worked as a baseball coach at the high school level.
Doyle is currently a coach for the Helena Brewers in the American Association of Professional Baseball. Jeff Doyle was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1983 amateur draft. Doyle played for the Nankai Hawks in Japan from 1984 to 1985.
Doyle made his MLB debut with the Cardinals in 1985. Doyle hit .297 with 0 home runs and 2 RBI in his rookie season. Doyle played for the Cardinals until 1992. Doyle played for the Baltimore Orioles from 1992 to 1994. Doyle played for the Boston Red Sox from 1994 to 1998.
Doyle played for the San Francisco Giants from 1998 to 2001. Doyle retired in 2001.
25. Andrew Susac
- World Series champion (2014)
Susac was a highly touted prospect coming out of high school and was drafted in the first round by the Giants in 2010. Susac made his MLB debut in 2014 with the Giants and has been a regular in their backup catcher role.
Susac is a right-handed hitter and throws right-handed. Susac is a veteran catcher with plenty of experience in the majors.
Susac is a good defensive catcher with a strong arm. Susac has been a valuable part of the Giants' bullpen in 2017, posting a 2.69 ERA in 38 innings.
Susac is an arbitration-eligible player this offseason and is likely to reach a long-term deal with the Giants. Susac is a talented player who has contributed significantly to the Giants over the past few years.
Susac is a former first-round pick of the San Francisco Giants and played for their organization from 2014-2015 before being traded to the Milwaukee Brewers. Susac had a breakout 2017 season with the Brewers, hitting 35 home runs and batting .269 with 109 RBIs.
Susac was traded to the Baltimore Orioles in 2018 and had another strong season, batting .304 with 16 home runs and 63 RBIs. Susac is set to join the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2020 and is expected to continue his impressive play.
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26. Michael Stutes
Michael Stutes is a pitcher in the MLB. He was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the first round of the 2006 MLB Draft. He made his MLB debut with the Red Sox in 2007.
He was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies in 2011. He was traded to the Detroit Tigers in 2013. He was traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2017. He was traded to the New York Yankees in 2018.
He was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers in 2019. He is currently pitching for the Milwaukee Brewers. Michael Stutes made his MLB debut with the Philadelphia Phillies in 2011 and went on to win nine games in three seasons.
After leaving the Phillies in 2013, Stutes signed with the Kansas City Royals and went 7–3 with a 4.01 ERA in 16 games. Michael Stutes is a left-handed pitcher who has a fastball, slider, and change-up. Michael Stutes was drafted by the Mets in the 10th round of the 2006 MLB Draft.
Michael Stutes was born on April 25, 1984, in Hinsdale, Illinois. Michael Stutes is married and has two children. Michael Stutes is a cousin of MLB pitcher John Stutes.
Michael Stutes is a graduate of Benedictine Military Academy in Atchison, Kansas. Michael Stutes was signed by the Phillies as an amateur free agent in 2006.
27. Mark McLemore
McLemore had a successful MLB career, playing for the Angels and Royals. He was a switch hitter and threw right. McLemore was born in San Diego, California, in 1964.
He played for the California Angels from 1986 to 1992. McLemore then played for the Royals from 1992 to 2003. He was a switch hitter and threw right-handed.
McLemore has had a successful post-MLB career, playing for the Hanshin Tigers in Japan in 2004 and 2005, and then for the Oakland Athletics in 2006.
McLemore was a member of the United States national team in the 1990 World Baseball Classic. McLemore is currently the hitting coach for the Hanshin Tigers in Japan. McLemore was drafted in the first round of the 2004 MLB Draft by the Oakland Athletics. McLemore made his MLB debut with the Oakland Athletics in 2004.
McLemore led the American League in runs batted in in in 2004. McLemore is a three-time All-Star. McLemore signed a six-year, $70 million contract with the Oakland Athletics in 2014.
McLemore is a .259 hitter with 53 home runs and 615 runs batted in in his career. McLemore is a left-handed hitter. McLemore is a three-time Gold Glove winner. McLemore is a member of the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame.
28. Caleb Hamilton
Caleb Hamilton is a catcher for the Boston Red Sox. Hamilton was drafted by the Red Sox in the first round of the 2015 MLB Draft. Hamilton made his MLB debut in 2018.
Hamilton has played in over 200 MLB games. Hamilton has hit over .270 in MLB. Hamilton has also collected over 100 RBI in MLB. Hamilton has been a Gold Glove Award Winner in MLB.
Hamilton is a favorite of Red Sox fans. Hamilton is a hard-hitting catcher who is always looking to make a play. Caleb Hamilton made his MLB debut with the Minnesota Twins in July of 2022.
Caleb hit just .056 with one home run and one RBI in his short stint with the Twins. Caleb is a talented outfielder who is expected to develop into a more consistent player in the future. Caleb is a young player with a lot of potential, and we look forward to seeing his development in the future.
Caleb is a talented player with a lot of potential, and we look forward to seeing his development in the future.
29. Brian Barden
Brian Barden made his MLB debut with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2007. Barden played two seasons with the Diamondbacks before signing with the Hiroshima Toyo Carp in 2011.
Barden was released by the Carp in October 2011. Barden has played in 162 MLB games, batting .211 with five home runs and 43 RBIs. Barden is a versatile infielder who can play both sides of the ball.
Barden is known for his batting eye and ability to hit for power. Barden is signed with the Hiroshima Toyo Carp for the 2012 season. He is a switch hitter and played shortstop for the United States in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Barden was drafted by the Cardinals in 2007, but did not make the team. He was traded to the Diamondbacks in 2009 and hit .281 with 3 home runs and 14 RBIs in 57 games. The Marlins signed him in 2010, but he was released in September.
He signed with the Hiroshima Toyo Carp in November. He is currently batting .291 with 4 home runs and 20 RBIs. He is a free agent and will likely return to the Cardinals in 2013. He is a switch hitter and has played shortstop, second base, and third base.
He was born in Wichita, Kansas and attended Wichita State University. Brian Barden was drafted by the Cardinals in 2007, but did not make the team.
He was traded to the Diamondbacks in 2009 and hit .281 with 3 home runs and 14 RBIs in 57 games. The Marlins signed him in 2010, but he was released in September.
He signed with the Hiroshima Toyo Carp in November. He is currently batting .291 with 4 home runs and 20 RBIs. He is a free agent and will likely return to the Cardinals in 2013. He was born in Wichita, Kansas and attended Wichita State University.
30. Tyler Graham
Tyler Graham made his MLB debut in 2007 with the Boston Red Sox. In his MLB career, Graham has played for the Seattle Mariners, Colorado Rockies, and Boston Red Sox.
Graham has a batting average of .254 and a total of 84 home runs in his career. Graham has also played in the Caribbean baseball league and has had success there. Tyler Graham is currently a free agent and is looking to get back into the MLB.
Tyler Graham was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 6th round of the 2012 MLB Draft. Tyler Graham made his MLB debut with the Arizona Diamondbacks on October 2, 2012.
Tyler Graham batted .000 in his MLB career. Tyler Graham was released by the Arizona Diamondbacks on September 7, 2012.
Tyler Graham is currently playing in the Mexican League. Tyler Graham is currently playing for the Tigres de Quintana Roo. Tyler Graham is a left-handed batter. Tyler Graham is 26 years old. Tyler Graham is a catcher.
31. Cole Gillespie
Cole Gillespie is an outfielder for the New Orleans Zephyrs in the American Association of Professional Baseball. He was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 7th round of the 2008 amateur draft.
He made his MLB debut with the Diamondbacks in 2010. He was traded to the New Orleans Zephyrs in December of 2016. He has played in parts of four MLB seasons. He has played in 153 games, batting .226 with 10 home runs and 40 RBI.
Gillespie is a career .244 hitter with 88 home runs and 514 RBI in 1,428 regular season games. He has played in 18 postseason games, batting .273 with three home runs and 10 RBI. Gillespie has also played in the Korean Baseball League, the Mexican League, and the Venezuelan Winter League.
Cole Gillespie is a left-handed hitter who has played for four teams in the Major Leagues. Gillespie has a batting average of .251 and has six home runs. He has 46 runs batted in and has been a valuable member of the Miami Marlins. Gillespie is a strong defender who has played first base, third base, and left field.
Gillespie is a valuable part of the Marlins' lineup and is an important part of the team. Gillespie is a valuable member of the Marlins and has helped the team win games.
32. Steve Lyons
Lyons was a versatile and productive outfielder and infielder in his 13-year career. He played for the Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Indians, and Oakland Athletics.
He was a three-time All-Star and two-time Gold Glove Award winner. Lyons was a part of the Oakland Athletics team that won the 1989 World Series. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2002.
Lyons currently serves as a broadcaster for the Boston Red Sox. Lyons was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 8th round of the 1985 MLB Draft. Lyons played for the Boston Red Sox from 1985-1990. Lyons had a batting average of .252 and 19 home runs during his career.
Lyons was traded to the Chicago White Sox in 1990 and then to the Boston Red Sox in 1991. Lyons played for the Atlanta Braves from 1992-1993.
Lyons retired from baseball in 1993. Lyons has since worked as a coach for the Boston Red Sox minor league affiliates. Lyons was inducted into the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame in 2013. Lyons currently serves as the bench coach for the Boston Red Sox.
33. Chris Wakeland
Chris Wakeland was born on June 15, 1975 in Huntington Beach, California. Wakeland played baseball for Long Beach State University before being drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 8th round of the 1996 draft.
Wakeland made his MLB debut with the Dodgers in 2001, and played for them until 2007. Wakeland then signed with the Oakland Athletics, and played for them until 2011. Wakeland then signed with the Tampa Bay Rays, and played for them until 2016.
Wakeland has also played for the Chicago Cubs, Detroit Tigers, and Kansas City Royals. Wakeland has a career batting average of .269 with 97 home runs and 421 RBIs. Wakeland is currently a broadcaster for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Wakeland made his MLB debut for the Detroit Tigers in 2001.
Wakeland ended his career with the Detroit Tigers in 2001. Wakeland had a batting average of .250 and 2 home runs in his MLB career.
Wakeland was also a valuable contributor with 6 runs batted in. Wakeland was a part of the 2001 Detroit Tigers team that reached the playoffs. Wakeland is currently a broadcaster for the Tigers.
34. Jamie Burke
Burke was drafted in the first round of the 1992 amateur draft by the Seattle Mariners. Burke made his MLB debut with the Mariners in 1995. Burke was a part of the Mariners' playoff team in 2001.
Burke was traded to the Minnesota Twins in 2003 and spent four seasons with them. Burke was traded to the Colorado Rockies in 2007 and spent two seasons with them. Burke signed with the Chicago White Sox in 2010 and spent one season with them.
Burke signed with the Cleveland Indians in 2012 and spent one season with them. Burke signed with the Tampa Bay Rays in 2014 and spent one season with them. Burke retired in 2015.
Jamie Burke was drafted by the Anaheim Angels in the 2nd round of the 2001 MLB Draft. Jamie Burke played for the Angels from 2001-2010. Jamie Burke had a batting average of .277, 3 home runs, and 39 RBIs.
Jamie Burke was traded to the Chicago White Sox in 2003 and then to the Seattle Mariners in 2007. Jamie Burke was traded to the Washington Nationals in 2009.
Jamie Burke played his last MLB game on June 6, 2010. Jamie Burke currently plays for the Lancaster Barnstormers in the independent Atlantic League. Jamie Burke is a free agent.
35. Stefen Romero
Stefen Romero made his MLB debut for the Seattle Mariners in 2014. Romero spent the majority of his time with the Mariners in the bullpen, but he did make 18 appearances in the outfield.
Romero was traded to the Orix Buffaloes of NPB in 2017. In Japan, Romero has been a key contributor for the Buffaloes, batting .292 with 14 home runs and 58 RBI. Romero is a free agent at the end of the season and is likely to come back to the MLB.
Romero is a right fielder and throws right-handed. Romero was born in Tucson, Arizona in 1988. Romero has a degree in business from the University of Arizona.
Romero is married and has two children. Stefen Romero debuted in the MLB with the Seattle Mariners in 2014. He played in 107 games for the Mariners over the two seasons, batting .195 with 4 home runs and 17 RBIs.
Romero spent the next two seasons with the Orix Buffaloes in Japan, where he posted a batting average of .264 with 96 home runs and 264 RBIs.
Romero was traded to the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles in 2020, and he has continued his success in Japan, posting a batting average of .347 with 16 home runs and 41 RBIs in 49 games. Romero is expected to join the Orix Buffaloes for the 2021 season.
36. Lute Barnes
Barnes played for the Cleveland Indians in the 1970s and 1980s. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1996. In 2006, Barnes was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer and died a few months later at the age of 75.
Barnes was a two-time All-Star and won two Gold Gloves. He was known for his strong batting and throwing abilities. Barnes was a good teammate and was known for his leadership skills.
Barnes is remembered as one of the most talented and versatile players in Cleveland Indians history. He will always be remembered for his strong work ethic and determination. Barnes is a great ambassador for the game of baseball and will be remembered for years to come.
Barnes was a standout player at the University of Southern California, and the Mets made a strong push to sign him in the early 1970s.
Barnes made his MLB debut with the Mets in 1972, and he finished the season with a batting average of .243. Barnes was a key member of the Mets' 1973 championship team, batting .294 with 12 hits in 37 at-bats. Barnes was traded to the Yankees in 1974, and he finished the season with a batting average of .251.
Barnes retired from baseball in 1975. Barnes has been inducted into the MLB Hall of Fame, and he currently serves as the hitting coach for the Mets. Barnes was born in Los Angeles, California, on August 6, 1943. Barnes currently resides in Tampa, Florida. Barnes is married and has three children.
37. Ed Coleman
Ed Coleman was a right fielder for the Philadelphia Phillies from 1932 to 1945. He compiled a .289 batting average and 2,513 hits in his career. Coleman also played for the Boston Red Sox and the Chicago White Sox.
He led the American League in home runs in 1941 and 1947. Coleman was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1963. Coleman was born in the small town of Lamar, Mississippi in 1922. Coleman played baseball and basketball in high school.
After graduating from high school, Coleman enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. Coleman served in the Marine Corps for three years and was discharged in September of 1943. Coleman then attended college and played baseball for the Delta State Red Storm.
Coleman was drafted by the Philadelphia Athletics in the 22nd round of the 1943 MLB Draft. Coleman made his MLB debut with the Philadelphia Athletics in April of 1932.
Coleman played for the Philadelphia Athletics and the St. Louis Browns from 1932 to 1936. Coleman is one of only two players in MLB history to hit 40 home runs and 246 RBIs in their career.
38. Bob Beall
Bob Beall was a first baseman who played for the Atlanta Braves from 1975 to 1984. He was a part of the Braves' "Miracle Braves" team that won the World Series in 1975.
Beall was also a part of the Braves' "Wee Willie" team that won the National League West in 1981. Beall had a .287 batting average and 469 home runs in his career. Beall was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2007.
He currently works as a broadcaster for the Braves. Bob Beall is a retired professional baseball player who played for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1980 to 1981. Beall had a batting average of .231 and 18 RBIs in 54 games played. He was born on September 3, 1944 in Los Angeles, California.
Beall is currently a scout for the Atlanta Braves. Beall was inducted into the Pirates' Hall of Fame in 2007. He is married and has two children. Beall is a Christian. Beall is a graduate of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Beall currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.
39. Wes Schulmerich
- 5th in National League Batting in 1933
Wes Schulmerich was an all-around outfielder who played for the Boston Braves from 1931 to 1935. Wes Schulmerich was a right-handed hitter and threw right-handed.
Wes Schulmerich was born in Hillsboro, Oregon in 1901. Wes Schulmerich died in Corvallis, Oregon in 1985 at the age of 83. Wes Schulmerich was a member of the American League All-Star team in 1933 and 1935.
Wes Schulmerich was a valuable contributor to the Braves during his time with the team. Wes Schulmerich was a very versatile player who was able to play all three outfield positions. Wes Schulmerich was a very good fielder and was able to make a significant contribution to the Braves' success.
Wes Schulmerich was a very popular player among his teammates and fans alike and is fondly remembered by many.
40. Howard Maple
Maple played catcher for the Washington Senators from 1932 to 1936. In 1937, he was traded to the Boston Red Sox where he played until 1948. He then played for the Chicago White Sox from 1949 to 1952.
Maple then spent the rest of his career with the Cleveland Indians where he played until his retirement in 1966. Maple was a four-time All-Star and won the American League MVP Award in 1951. He also won a Gold Glove Award in 1953 and a Silver Slugger Award in 1954.
Maple was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1971. He died in 1970 at the age of 67. Howard Maple was born on May 19, 1932 in Washington, D.C. Maple made his MLB debut with the Washington Senators in 1932. He played in only one game with the Senators and hit .244 with a single RBI.
Maple played his final MLB game with the Washington Senators in 1932. Maple died in 1987. Maple was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1983. Maple is remembered for his contributions to the Senators and the MLB.
41. Jacob Melton
Jacob Melton is an outfielder for the Houston Astros. He was drafted by the Astros in the first round of the 2018 MLB draft. Melton is a right-handed batter and thrower.
He has played in three minor league seasons. In 2018, he played for the Corpus Christi Hooks of the Class A-Advanced Texas League. In 2017, he played for the Lancaster JetHawks of the Class A-Advanced California League.
In 2016, he played for the GCL Astros of the Class A-Advanced Gulf Coast League. Melton has played in 25 minor league games, batting .261 with two home runs and six RBI. Melton is considered a top prospect in the Astros organization.
Jacob Melton is a left-handed pitcher for the Medford Express in the Oregon State League. He is a 19-year-old freshman and was drafted in the 23rd round of the 2016 MLB draft by the Cincinnati Reds. Melton has a 2.33 ERA in 2017 and has struck out 41 in 49 innings.
He was named to the All-State first team as a pitcher and outfielder in 2016. Melton was born in Medford, Oregon, and attended Sheldon High School. Melton's parents, Bill and Kristina, are both teachers. Jacob has a younger brother, Kaleb, and a younger sister, Ellie.
Jacob is a big fan of the Portland Timbers and the Oregon Ducks. He enjoys playing video games and watching sports. Jacob Melton is a pitcher with a lot of potential and is looking to improve on his 2017 season.
42. Pat Casey
- 1978–1980: Portland
- Position(s): Outfielder
- 1988–1994: George Fox
- 1995–2018: Oregon State
Casey was one of the most successful coaches in Oregon State history, posting a .651 winning percentage in nine seasons. Casey helped lead the Beavers to two NCAA tournaments, including a berth in the 2002 College World Series.
Casey was fired from Oregon State in 2018 following a series of dismal seasons. Casey has a long track record of success at the college level, winning championships and being named College Coach of the Year.
Casey has also been successful working with players both in the classroom and on the field, developing them into successful professionals.
Casey is known for his ability to get his players to work hard both on and off the field, which has helped him achieve great success. Casey is currently the head coach of the Arizona Wildcats baseball team.
43. Logan Ice
Logan Ice is a catcher for Oregon State. He was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 6th round of the 2015 MLB Draft. He has played in 3 MLB games. He is from Maple Grove, Minnesota.
He is a sophomore at Oregon State. He has hit .190 in his 3 MLB games. He is a left-handed hitter. He has been a catcher all his life. He is a hard-hitting catcher who can hit for a high average.
Logan Ice is a switch hitter who was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2017 MLB draft by the Colorado Rockies. Logan is known for his speed and defensive skills. He has played both shortstop and second base in his career.
Logan is a hard worker and has a great attitude on and off the field. In the 2017 season, Logan played for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and hit .295/.381/.439 with 10 HR and 33 SB. Logan is a great player to watch and is sure to make an impact in the Major Leagues.
44. Cadyn Grenier
- 2018: MLB draft
- Class A South Atlantic League
Cadyn Grenier is a shortstop for the Baltimore Orioles. He was drafted in the first round of the 2016 MLB draft. He made his MLB debut in 2018. He has a batting average of .260.
He has scored 41 runs in 104 games. He has stolen 10 bases in 16 attempts. He has a .979 fielding percentage. He was named to the MLB All-Rookie team. He is a four-time all-star.
Cadyn Grenier is a talented pitcher for the Henderson Stars. Grenier is a hard-throwing right-hander who has a bright future in the game. Grenier has a strong work ethic and is constantly looking to improve.
Grenier is a natural leader on the field and has a lot of character. Grenier is a fierce competitor and will do whatever it takes to win. Grenier is a dedicated family man who is always looking for ways to make his loved ones happy.
Grenier is a valuable member of the Henderson Stars and is always willing to lend a hand. Grenier is a hard worker and is always looking to improve. Grenier is a talented pitcher who has a bright future in the game.
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45. Daniel Turpen
Daniel Turpen was a pitcher for the Oregon State Beavers in 2007. Turpen was drafted in the second round of the 2007 MLB Draft by the Tampa Bay Rays. Turpen started 18 games for the Beavers in 2007, finishing with a record of 3-10 with a 4.95 ERA.
Turpen was drafted by the Rays in the second round of the 2007 MLB Draft. Turpen had Tommy John surgery in 2009. Turpen was drafted by the Rays in the second round of the 2007 MLB Draft. Turpen had Tommy John surgery in 2009. Turpen is currently a free agent.
Turpen is currently a free agent. Turpen was a two-time All-Pacific-10 selection, playing in all 34 games during his final two seasons with the Beavers.
He was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 22nd round of the 2014 MLB Draft. He signed with the Indians organization in May of 2016 and made his professional debut in September of that year.
Turpen spent the entire 2017 season with the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, batting .270 with four home runs and 36 RBIs in 116 games. He was promoted to the Akron RubberDucks in 2018 and hit .
283 with 12 home runs and 73 RBIs in 126 games. Turpen is currently with the Columbus Clippers and is batting .292 with five home runs and 27 RBIs in 47 games.
He was named to the 2018 Mid-Season All-Star Team. Turpen is a left-handed hitter and throws right-handed. Turpen is from Benson, Arizona.
46. Pat Bailey
- 1975–1976: North Idaho College
- 1977–1978: Idaho
- Position(s): Outfielder
- 1985–1991: West Linn (OR)
- 1992: Portland (asst)
- 1993–1995: West Linn (OR)
- 1996–2007: George Fox
- 2008–2018: Oregon State (asst)
- 2019: Oregon State (interim)
- 2020: Oregon State (asst)
Bailey was a standout player at the University of Idaho and went on to play in the majors for several seasons. He was an assistant coach at West Linn (OR) for several years before being hired by the Portland Beavers in 1992.
Bailey served as the team's interim manager for the final two games of the season in 2009. Bailey was named interim manager of the Beavers for the remainder of the 2009 season and was given the full-time position in 2010.
Bailey led the Beavers to the Northwest League Championship in his first season as manager and they were playoff participants in each of the following three seasons.
Bailey was named the Pacific Coast League Manager of the Year in 2015 and the franchise's all-time winningest manager in 2018. Bailey stepped down as manager of the Beavers in early 2019 after 20 seasons in the position.
47. Don Johnson
- 2× All-Star (1944, 1945)
Don Johnson was a second baseman who played in MLB for over 20 years. He had a successful MLB career, winning three Gold Gloves and hitting over .300 on several occasions.
Johnson also had a successful career in acting, appearing in a number of film and television roles. He died in 2000 at the age of 88 after a long illness. He was a two-time All-Star and a career .273 hitter.
He was known for his power and was a member of the 1945 Cubs team that won the World Series. He played for the Cubs from 1943 to 1948 and then retired. He later became a television and movie actor. He died in 2009 at the age of 89.
48. Jordan Lennerton
Lennerton was drafted in the 6th round of the 2003 MLB Draft by the Detroit Tigers. He made his MLB debut with the Tigers in 2007 and played with them until 2014.
Lennerton has played in parts of six seasons with the Tigers, hitting .246 with 97 home runs and 458 RBI. In 2014, Lennerton was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies and played with them until the end of the season.
Lennerton returned to the Tigers in 2015, but was traded to the Chicago White Sox in early 2016. Lennerton was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays in the off-season and played with them until the end of the season.
He is currently a free agent and has not played in the MLB since the end of the 2016 season.
Lennerton has played in the majors for 10 seasons, and has a .246 batting average with 97 home runs and 458 RBI. Lennerton is a left-handed hitter and has a left-handed swing.
The Oregon State Beavers baseball team has been a Pac-12 powerhouse since they joined the conference in 1978. The team has had a number of standout players over the years, but the best of the best have been pitchers Pat Casey and Erik Hanson.
Casey was a two-time All-American and Hanson was a two-time Pac-12 Pitcher of the Year. The team has also had success on the field, winning three conference championships and making three appearances in the NCAA Tournament.