Vanderbilt University Baseball is a premier collegiate baseball program located in Nashville, Tennessee. Established in 1885, the team has a long and storied history of excellence, boasting countless national championships and a long list of alumni that have gone on to play in the professional leagues.
From the early days of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) to the modern era of the Southeastern Conference (SEC), Vanderbilt Baseball has consistently been one of the top programs in the nation. The team’s rich tradition of success has led them to be one of the most sought-after programs for college baseball recruits and their passionate fan base is always in attendance at their home games.
With a passionate and vibrant community behind them, Vanderbilt Baseball is sure to continue their legacy of excellence in the years to come.
- David Price
- Tony Kemp
- Tyler Beede
- JJ Bleday
- Walker Buehler
- Kumar Rocker
- Dominic Keegan
- Dansby Swanson
- Kyle Wright
- Penn Murfee
- Bryan Reynolds
- Mike Yastrzemski
- Curt Casali
- Mike Minor
- Drew VerHagen
- Collin Snider
- Jordan Sheffield
- Scotti Madison
- Pedro Álvarez
- Jason Delay
- Carson Fulmer
- Joey Cora
- Jensen Lewis
- Jeremy Sowers
- Mike Baxter
- Josh Paul
- Matt Kata
- Ryan Flaherty
- Tim Corbin
- Harvey Hendrick
- Mike Willis
- Vin Campbell
- Doc Cook
- Andy Reese
- Matt Buschmann
- Ben Bowden
- Caleb Cotham
- Taylor Hill
- Slim Embry
- Scrappy Moore
- Wilson Collins
- Mark Prior
- Nick Christiani
- Antoan Richardson
- Drew Hayes
- Mal Moss
- Josh Zeid
- Austin Martin
- Jack Leiter
- Enrique Bradfield Jr.
1. David Price
- 5× All-Star (2010–2012, 2014, 2015), World Series champion (2018), AL Cy Young Award (2012), AL Comeback Player of the Year (2018), AL wins leader (2012), 2× AL ERA leader (2012, 2015), MLB strikeout leader (2014), Babe Ruth Award (2018), Golden Spikes Award (2007), Dick Howser Trophy (2007)
David Price is a former MLB pitcher who spent his entire career with the Boston Red Sox. He won 157 games in his career and had an ERA of 3.32, striking out 2,076 batters in the process.
David Price was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers at the end of the 2019 season and is looking to help them win another World Series title.
David Price was born on August 26th, 1985 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and attended Clemson University before being drafted by Tampa Bay Rays in 2008 as a first-round draft pick David Price is a three-time All-Star and two-time AL Cy Young Award winner.
He has also led the MLB in strikeouts twice and holds the record for most complete games in an MLB career with 66. In 2018, David Price was awarded the Babe Ruth Award which is given to the best Major League Baseball player every year.
David Price will be playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers next season after spending his first six seasons with Boston Red Sox.
Also Played For: tampa bay rays
2. Tony Kemp
- World Series champion (2017)
Kemp was drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the 4th round of the 2011 MLB Draft out of Middle Tennessee State. Kemp made his MLB debut with the Astros in 2016, and played for them until 2018 when he was traded to the Oakland A's.
Kemp is a versatile second baseman and outfielder who has shown flashes of brilliance at both positions. In 2018, Kemp had a breakout season with the Athletics where he hit .292/.368/.549 with 18 home runs and 68 RBIs in 154 games played (all but one as an Athletic).
His veteran presence on a young Oakland squad will be invaluable as they look to make some noise this season in what should be another competitive American League West division race. Kemp is a player who has excelled in the MLB for over a decade.
He was drafted by both the Houston Astros and Chicago Cubs, but played most of his career with the Oakland Athletics.
Kemp's offensive skills have made him one of the best hitters in baseball, with an average batting average of .244 and 30 home runs to his name so far in his career. Kemp also contributes significantly on the bases, scoring 157 runs batted in throughout his career thus far.
His achievements include two World Series championships - as part of the Houston Astros in 2017, and subsequently with the Chicago Cubs in 2019 - making him one of only two players to win multiple titles at each level (alongside Roger Maris).
Despite being 33 years old now, Kemp still has plenty left to offer on the field; he will be looking to take another title this season with Oakland.
Also Played For: oakland athletics
3. Tyler Beede
Tyler Beede is a pitcher for the Yomiuri Giants in Japan's Nippon Baseball League.
He was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the fourth round of the 2012 MLB Draft and has since pitched for both teams.
Beede attended Worcester State University where he played baseball and earned All-American honors as a senior in 2014.
Between 2013 and 2016, Beede made 134 appearances (123 starts) with Triple-A Fresno, posting a record of 47-39 with 4.22 ERA over that time span.
In 2016, Beede made his Major League debut with San Francisco and went 2-0 with 0 saves in 36 innings pitched before being traded to the New York Mets midway through 2017 season along with Travis d'Arnaud for Amed Rosario, Noah Syndergaard and Jay Bruce.
TylerBeedeNYMTS With New York he posted an 8-6 record including 3 complete games while averaging 9 strikeouts per nine innings pitched despite missing two months due to injury.Yankees Acquire Tyler Bede from Mets On July 25th 2018.
it was announced that Beede had signed a minor league contract extension with the Giants which will keep him under team control until 2020.
4. JJ Bleday
JJ Bleday is a left-handed outfielder who was drafted by the Miami Marlins in the first round of the 2019 MLB Draft. He played college baseball at Vanderbilt and hit .352 with 54 home runs and 162 RBIs in his three seasons there.
Bleday has been praised for his hitting ability, speed, defense, and baserunning potential. JJ Bleday is a young and talented pitcher who has had an up-and-down career to date.
JJ was drafted by the Marlins in the 4th round of the 2020 MLB Draft, and he made his debut with them in 2022.
He's struggled at times with control issues but has shown flashes of brilliance, most notably when he pitched a no hitter for Miami back in September of that year. JJ will hope to build on this performance and continue to develop as a pitcher in order to cement himself as one of baseball's top talents down the line.
It'll be interesting to see what direction JJ takes over the next few years - there are some real potentialities here.
5. Walker Buehler
Los Angeles Dodgers
- 2× All-Star (2019, 2021), World Series champion (2020), All-MLB First Team (2021), Pitched in a combined no-hitter (May 4, 2018)
Walker Buehler was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first round of the 2013 MLB Draft. He made his MLB debut with the Dodgers in 2017 and has been a mainstay on their pitching staff ever since.
Walker Buehler throws right-handed and bats left-handed. In 2019, he had an outstanding season for the Dodgers, helping them to win their first NL West championship in 23 years.
Walker Buehler has been one of the most consistent pitchers in Major League Baseball over the past few seasons.
He's led his team to 46 wins and 16 losses with a 3.02 ERA, while striking out 690 batters. In addition to pitching effectively, Buehler is also known for his clutch play when it matters most.
He was part of the Dodgers' 2020 World Series championship team and pitched in a combined no-hitter against the Arizona Diamondbacks on May 4th this year.
While he may not be as well-known as some other players, Walker Buehler should continue to make an impact on baseball fans for many years to come.
6. Kumar Rocker
Kumar Rocker is a young pitcher in the Texas Rangers organization. He was drafted out of high school by the team in 2016 and has been progressing well through their system.
Kumar Rocker throws a fastball, slider, changeup and curveball which have all shown potential to be very good pitches for him. His fastball generally tops out around 95 mph but he can also dial it down depending on the situation.
Kumar Rocker's delivery is fairly clean with good balance so far in his career, although there are areas that he can improve upon moving forward. That said, he shows solid control overall and should only get better as time goes on.
Kumar Rocker still has some room to grow physically before reaching his full potential as a pitcher, but he definitely has what it takes to make an impact at the major league level in the future if everything continues to go according to plan.
Also Played For: college world series
7. Dominic Keegan
Dominic Keegan is a 22-year old catcher for the Tampa Bay Rays. Dominic was drafted in the first round of the 2016 MLB Draft by the Rays out of Northeastern University.
He made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Rays in 2018 and hit .291/.374/.471 with 4 homeruns and 36 RBIs in 57 games. In 2019, he played at Advanced-A Charlotte where he hit .278/.339/.464 with 10 homers and 50 RBIs in 108 games while also leading all minor leaguers in defensive runs saved (53).
Dominic is currently playing for Double-A Montgomery where he's hitting .297/.361/.498 with 7 home runs and 34 RBIs through 44 games this season Dominic Keegan is a pitcher for the Methuen Mountaineers.
Dominic was drafted in the 4th round of the 2016 MLB Draft by the San Diego Padres. He had Tommy John Surgery in March 2017 and missed all of 2018 while rehabbing, but came back strong to have a great 2019 season with Methuen.
Dominic has a fastball that can reach 98 mph as well as an impressive slider and changeup, which he uses to get strikeouts and ground balls alike.
In 10 innings pitched this season, Keegan has allowed just one run on four hits with nine strikeouts and no walks, earning him First Team All-New England honors from The Boston Globe.
8. Dansby Swanson
- All-Star (2022), World Series champion (2021), Gold Glove Award (2022)
Swanson was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the 2014 MLB Draft. He made his MLB debut with the Braves in 2016 and has since played for them as well as other teams, including Chicago Cubs.
Swanson is a right-handed shortstop who bats and throws right-handed. In 2018, he won both an NL Silver Slugger Award and a Gold Glove Award, making him one of only two players ever to win both awards in their rookie season (the other being Eric Gagne).
Swanson announced his retirement from professional baseball on January 24th 2019 after appearing in just 41 games over two seasons due to injury A 22-year-old first baseman for the Atlanta Braves, Dansby Swanson is one of the brightest hitters in all of baseball.
Nicknamed "Dizzy," Swanson has already won two world championships and an All Star Game award during his short career. He was drafted by the Braves with the third overall pick in the 2016 draft and quickly showed that he belonged on a championship team.
With power to both left field and right field, Swanson gives any team serious competition at either position.
His speed on the bases makes him very difficult to catch, even for experienced catchers like Gary Sanchez or Alex Avila. Fans can look forward to watching him continue his success into the future as one of baseball's best players.
9. Kyle Wright
- World Series champion (2021), MLB wins leader (2022)
Kyle Wright was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 3rd round of the 2013 MLB Draft. He made his MLB debut with the Braves in 2018 and finished the season with a record of 7-10, 4.92 ERA in 28 appearances (25 starts).
Kyle Wright spent most of his time as a starter for Gwinnett Stripers prior to making his MLB debut, accumulating 140 total innings pitched between both teams combined. As a reliever, he has appeared in 36 games (all relief appearances) over 2 seasons with Atlanta and Gwinnett and owns an ERA of 1.64 with 38 strikeouts across 43 innings pitched.
Kyle Wright is a 23-year old pitcher with the Atlanta Braves. Kyle Wright has had a successful career thus far, winning 13 games and posting an ERA of 4.13 over 233 strikeouts.
in just 238 innings pitched. Kyle Wright was one win away from being named MLB's wins leader for 2018 when he led his team to their first ever World Series victory in 2021.
Outside of baseball, Kyle Wright is also a student at Wake Forest University where he is majoring in business administration with a focus on finance and accounting.
As someone who works hard both on and off the field, it will be interesting to see what else Kyle Wright can achieve during his time playing professional baseball.
10. Penn Murfee
Penn Murfee is a right-handed pitcher for the Seattle Mariners. He was drafted by the Mariners in the second round of the 2014 MLB Draft. In 2015, Murfee made his MLB debut, and in 2016, he had a career-high in innings pitched (123).
In 2017, Murfee had a career-low in innings pitched (81). Murfee is a graduate of Vanderbilt University. He and his wife, Paige, have a daughter, Harper. Murfee is signed through 2020 with a club option for 2021. Murfee's fastball reaches the mid-90s.
He has been nicknamed "The Penn Machine". Penn Murfee was born on April 29, 2022 in Seattle, WA. Penn Murfee made his MLB debut for the Seattle Mariners on April 29, 2022. Penn Murfee is a starting pitcher for the Mariners. Penn Murfee has a win-loss record of 4-0 and an earned run average of 2.99.
Penn Murfee has 76 strikeouts in 76 innings pitched. Penn Murfee is a member of the Mariners team from 2022-present. Penn Murfee is a pitcher who has a lot of potentials and is expected to keep getting better.
Penn Murfee is a young pitcher with a lot to give to the MLB. Penn Murfee is a talented pitcher who is looking to make a name for himself in the MLB.
Also Played For: seattle mariners
11. Bryan Reynolds
- All-Star (2021)
Reynolds was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the first round of the 2014 MLB Draft. He made his MLB debut with the Pirates in 2018. Reynolds finished the 2018 season with a .260 batting average, 10 home runs, and 33 RBIs.
Reynolds is a switch hitter who throws right. Reynolds is considered to be one of the top prospects in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization. Bryan Reynolds is a right-handed hitter who has played for the Pittsburgh Pirates since the 2019 season.
Reynolds' batting average and home runs are both above average for a player on the Pirates. Reynolds was a part of the team that won the 2019 World Series. Reynolds was born in the United States, but he has played for the Canadian national team.
Reynolds is a good defender who has played in the infield and at shortstop for the Pirates. Reynolds is in the final year of his contract with the Pirates, and he is likely to be re-signed for the 2020 season.
Also Played For: pittsburgh pirates
12. Mike Yastrzemski
- All-MLB Second Team (2020), Willie Mac Award (2020), NL triples leader (2020)
Yastrzemski was born in Andover, Massachusetts, in 1990. He attended Northeastern University and played for the school's baseball team. Yastrzemski was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the first round of the 2007 MLB draft.
He made his MLB debut with the Red Sox in 2009. He was traded to the San Francisco Giants in January 2019. Yastrzemski has played for the Red Sox, Giants, and Baltimore Orioles in his career.
He has won three World Series titles with the Red Sox (2004, 2007, and 2013), and two with the Giants (2012 and 2019). Yastrzemski is a three-time Gold Glove winner, and he was named the AL MVP in 2012. He is currently a free agent. Mike Yastrzemski was a Hall of Fame center fielder.
Who spent his entire 19-year career with the Boston Red Sox. Yastrzemski was one of the most consistent hitters in baseball, batting over .300 for 13 consecutive seasons.
He is also seventh in all-time home runs with 521, and his 73 HRs in 1988 are still a Red Sox record. Yastrzemski was a four-time All-Star and won three Silver Slugger Awards. He is also a member of the Red Sox Hall of Fame.
Yastrzemski was a key member of the "Boys of Summer" team that won the 1975 and 1986 World Series. He currently serves as a special assistant to the team's president.
Also Played For: san francisco giants
13. Curt Casali
Curt Casali is a catcher and first baseman who was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 6th round of the 2008 MLB Draft. Casali played for the San Francisco Giants in the 2011 and 2012 seasons and then signed with the Reds in 2013.
Casali has played in 214 games over the course of his career, batting .214 with 7 home runs and 52 RBI. Curt Casali is a valuable member of the Reds' roster and is a popular player with his teammates.
Curt Casali is set to become a free agent at the end of the 2019 season and is likely to retire at the end of that year. Curt Casali is a talented player and has had a successful career in the MLB. He will be missed by his fans and teammates when he retires. Curt Casali made his MLB debut for the Tampa Bay Rays in 2014.
Curt Casali bats left-handed and throws right-handed. Curt Casali is originally from New York City. Curt Casali attended the University of Notre Dame. Curt Casali was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the fourth round of the 2018 MLB Draft. Curt Casali made his debut for the Reds on July 18, 2018.
Curt Casali was traded to the San Francisco Giants in a deal that sent two minor league players to the Reds on July 31, 2020. Curt Casali was traded to the Seattle Mariners in a deal that sent two minor league players to the Giants on December 19, 2020.
Curt Casali is signed through 2022 with the Mariners.
14. Mike Minor
- All-Star (2019)
Mike Minor is a former pitcher for the Atlanta Braves. Minor had a successful MLB career, winning 83 games and losing 90. He had a respectable ERA of 4.25 and struck out 1,273 batters.
Minor is now a free agent and is likely to be signed by another team. Minor is a veteran pitcher who is likely to be a reliable starter for his new team. Minor is a right-handed pitcher and bats from the left side.
Minor was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the 2010 MLB Draft. Minor made his MLB debut with the Braves in 2013. Minor was traded to the Kansas City Royals in 2017. Minor won his first postseason series with the Royals in 2018.
Minor was traded to the Texas Rangers in 2020. Minor won his second postseason series with the Rangers in 2021. Minor is expected to start for the Royals in their 2020 playoff series. Minor is a left-handed pitcher. Minor has a 4.12 ERA in his MLB career.
15. Drew VerHagen
St. Louis Cardinals
Drew VerHagen is a right-handed pitcher in the MLB and NPB. VerHagen had a successful rookie season with the Detroit Tigers in 2014, going 8-6 with a 3.71 ERA in 22 starts.
VerHagen signed with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2016 and has been very successful in his three seasons with the team, posting a record of 25-8 with a 2.15 ERA in 41 starts. VerHagen has been an All-Star in each of the past two seasons and is a candidate for the award again in 2019.
VerHagen is a very athletic pitcher and has been known for his confident demeanor on the mound. VerHagen is married with two daughters and is a Christian.
VerHagen is a member of the MLBPA and has been outspoken about the need for players to have a voice in the negotiations process for the new collective bargaining agreement.
Drew VerHagen is a fan favorite with the Cardinals and is highly respected by his peers. He is considered to be one of the best pitchers in the MLB.
16. Collin Snider
Kansas City Royals
In 2021, Snider will be with the Omaha Storm Chasers. He is a right-handed pitcher and bats and throws right. He made his debut with the Kansas City Royals in 2016 and has appeared in 61 games, recording a record of 4-15 with a 4.64 ERA.
Snider has had some success in the minor leagues, where he has a record of 25-10 with a 2.21 ERA. He has a strong arm and good control, which has led to him posting good numbers in the minors. He will be a free agent at the end of 2021 and is a possible candidate to be traded.
Snider has a high ceiling and could develop into a top-level pitcher. He is a young player who has a lot of potential and is expected to improve in the near future.
Snider is a good pitcher and will be a valuable asset for the Omaha Storm Chasers in 2021. Collin Snider is a young MLB player who had a successful debut season with the Kansas City Royals in 2022.
He is a right-handed hitter who has a good amount of power and speed. He is a good fielder who has a strong arm. He is a hard worker who is always trying to improve his game.
He is a talented player who is destined for great things in the MLB. He is a great role model for young players and fans alike. He is a great player to watch and root for. He is a great player to have on your team.
17. Jordan Sheffield
Sheffield was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the first round of the 2016 MLB Draft. Sheffield made his professional debut with the Lake Elsinore Storm in 2017.
Sheffield spent the 2018 season with the Albuquerque Isotopes. Sheffield was named to the Pacific Coast League All-Star Team. Sheffield was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the first round of the 2018 MLB Draft.
Sheffield made his Major League debut with the Blue Jays on July 7, 2018. Sheffield was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers on July 29, 2018. Sheffield was traded to the Cleveland Indians on August 30, 2018. Sheffield was traded to the Atlanta Braves on September 1, 2018.
Sheffield made his MLB debut for the Colorado Rockies in 2021. Sheffield is a starting pitcher and has a win-loss record of 0-0 so far in his career. Sheffield has an earned run average of 3.16 and has struck out 21 batters in 21 innings of play.
Sheffield has been with a number of teams in his young career, including the Colorado Rockies (2021-2022) and the Seattle Mariners (2018-2021).
Sheffield is a talented pitcher and has the potential to be a successful player in the MLB. Sheffield is still young and has a lot of potential to develop further in his career. Sheffield is a hard-working pitcher and will continue to work hard to improve his skills.
Sheffield is a talented pitcher and has the potential to be a successful player in the MLB. Sheffield is a talented pitcher and has the potential to be a successful player in the MLB.
18. Scotti Madison
Scotti Madison was a third baseman who played in the majors from 1986 to 1989 for the Nashville Sounds. Madison was a switch hitter and threw right-handed.
Madison was a consistent player, batting .269 with 97 RBIs in 598 career at-bats. Madison also had a strong arm, throwing out 53% of attempted base stealers in his career.
Madison was a part of the Sounds team that won the AL West in 1986. After his playing career ended, Madison became a minor league manager. Madison has since retired from baseball and resides in Pensacola, Florida.
Madison is a member of the Florida Sports Hall of Fame. Madison is currently the hitting coach for the Daytona Cubs of the Class A-Advanced Florida State League. Madison had a brief MLB career with the Detroit Tigers and Cincinnati Reds, batting .163 with one home run and 11 RBIs.
Madison played in the minors for the Kansas City Royals and Cincinnati Reds, and was a top prospect in both leagues. Madison was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the third round of the 1985 MLB draft, and made his MLB debut in 1985. Madison spent two seasons with the Detroit Tigers, batting .160 in 185 games.
In 1987, Madison was traded to the Kansas City Royals, and spent two seasons with the team, batting .259 with 11 home runs and 49 RBIs.
Madison was traded to the Cincinnati Reds in 1988, and spent one season with the team, batting .264 with one home run and 10 RBIs. Madison retired from baseball in 1989. He currently works as a scout for the Detroit Tigers.
Madison was an excellent hitter, with a batting average of over .300 in both the minors and MLB. Madison is a former All-Star and Gold Glove winner, and is one of the best hitters in Royals and Reds history.
19. Pedro Álvarez
- All-Star (2013), Silver Slugger Award (2013), NL home run leader (2013)
Pedro Álvarez is a third baseman who has played in the Majors for the Pittsburgh Pirates and Baltimore Orioles. Pirates in the 8th round of the 2006 MLB Draft.
He made his MLB debut with the Pirates in 2010. He was traded to the Orioles in 2018. Majors, recording a .236 batting average with 162 home runs and 472 RBI. 6.
Álvarez has also spent time at first base, second base, and third base. He was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and played for the Dominican Republic national team in the 2013 World Baseball Classic.
Gold Glove Award winner. Pedro Álvarez is married and has two children. Pedro Álvarez is a Cuban-born MLB first baseman who has played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Baltimore Orioles, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
MLB debut with the Pirates in 2010 and has since gone on to become one of the most successful first basemen in the league. Silver Slugger Awards and was named an All-Star in 2013. NL home run titles. Pedro Álvarez is married to actress Ana de Armas and the couple has two children.
Christian and has spoken about his faith in the past. Pedro Álvarez is set to retire at the end of the 2018 season.
20. Jason Delay
Jason Delay is a catcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Delay was drafted by the Pirates in the first round of the 2013 MLB Draft. Delay has played in 114 games for the Pirates over the course of three seasons.
Delay has recorded a .254 batting average with six home runs and 50 RBI. Delay is a strong defensive catcher, who has committed just four errors in 114 games. Delay is a strong candidate for the starting catcher position for the Pirates in 2017.
Delay is a hard worker who is looking to continue to develop his skills in the MLB. Delay is a passionate player who is looking to contribute to the Pirates organization. Jason Delay is a talented catcher who is looking to continue to improve his skills in the MLB.
Delay was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 22nd round of the 2020 MLB Draft. Delay made his MLB debut for the Pirates on June 14, 2022.
Delay batted .213 in 22 games for the Pirates. Delay struck out 11 times in his 22 MLB games. Delay is currently playing for the Indianapolis Indians of the Class AA Texas League.
21. Carson Fulmer
Oklahoma City Dodgers
- Win–loss record: 6–9
- Earned run average: 6.41
- Strikeouts: 118
Fulmer is a talented pitcher that was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the first round of the 2013 MLB draft. Fulmer pitched for Vanderbilt University and was named a Second Team All American in 2017.
Fulmer is a free agent and is currently looking for a new team. Fulmer has a good arsenal of pitches and is considered a top prospect in the MLB. Fulmer is expected to compete for a spot in the starting rotation in the MLB.
Fulmer is a talented pitcher that is expected to be a major contributor in the MLB. Fulmer is a good leader and has a lot of potential to be a top pitcher in the MLB. Fulmer is a good person and is always willing to help out his teammates.
Fulmer is a talented pitcher that is expected to be a major contributor in the MLB. Carson Fulmer is a young pitcher who is making a name for himself in Major League Baseball. Fulmer has shown great promise throughout his career, and is looking to continue his success in the future.
He has a lot of potential, and is someone to watch in the future. Fulmer has a high-strikeout rate, and has the potential to be a dominant pitcher in the future.
Fulmer is still learning, and has a lot of potential to improve. Fulmer is a young pitcher with a lot of potential, and we will be watching him closely in the future.
Fulmer is someone to keep an eye on, as he has the potential to be a dominant pitcher in the future. Fulmer is a young, talented pitcher who is looking to continue his success in the future. Fulmer is someone to watch out for, as he has the potential to be a dominant pitcher in the future.
22. Joey Cora
- All-Star (1997), World Series champion (2005)
Joey Cora played for the San Diego Padres and Cleveland Indians in his long MLB career. He was a switch hitter and had a batting average of .277 and 30 home runs.
Cora coached the Pirates in 2017 and is still active in the game. Joey Cora was a highly successful player during his playing days, amassing an impressive record of 294 runs batted in.
Cora enjoyed a successful coaching career after retiring from playing, leading the Chicago White Sox to two World Series titles. Cora is highly respected in the baseball world and is often cited as one of the greatest players of all time.
23. Jensen Lewis
Jensen Lewis is a pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds. Jensen Lewis was born on May 16, 1984 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Jensen Lewis attended the University of Cincinnati, where he played college baseball.
Jensen Lewis was drafted by the Reds in the 11th round of the 2004 MLB Draft. Jensen Lewis made his MLB debut with the Reds in 2007. Jensen Lewis has spent most of his career with the Reds, appearing in over 500 games.
Jensen Lewis has had a successful career in the MLB, winning over 100 games. Jensen Lewis signed a one-year extension with the Reds in December 2019. Jensen Lewis is a valuable member of the Reds team, and is an important part of the pitching staff.
Jensen Lewis made his MLB debut for the Cleveland Indians in 2007. He played for the Indians until 2010. Jensen Lewis had a win-loss record of 7-11 during his time in the MLB. Jensen Lewis also had an earned run average of 3.68. Jensen Lewis struck out 177 batters during his time in the MLB.
Jensen Lewis played for the Indians alongside guys like Carlos Santana and Jason Kipnis. Jensen Lewis is now a free agent and is looking for a new team to play for. Jensen Lewis is a left-handed pitcher. Jensen Lewis is expected to sign with a team in the near future.
24. Jeremy Sowers
Jeremy Sowers was born on May 17, 1983 in St. Clairsville, Ohio. He was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 5th round of the 2003 amateur draft. He made his MLB debut with the Cleveland Indians in 2006.
He was traded to the Tampa Bay Rays in 2008. He was traded to the Oakland Athletics in 2013. He was traded to the Texas Rangers in 2015. He was released by the Texas Rangers in 2016. He was signed by the Tampa Bay Rays as a free agent in 2016.
He was released by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2017. Jeremy Sowers is a pitcher and manager of operations for the Tampa Bay Rays. He has played in MLB for the Cleveland Indians, Tampa Bay Rays, Oakland Athletics, and Texas Rangers. Jeremy Sowers played in the MLB for the Cleveland Indians from 2006-2009.
Sowers had a 18-30 record with 174 strikeouts in 330 innings pitched. In 2020, Sowers was hired by the Tampa Bay Rays as their Vice President of Baseball Operations.
Sowers has worked in baseball for over 20 years and has a wealth of experience to offer the Rays organization. Sowers is credited with helping to rebuild the Cleveland Indians franchise in the early 2000s.
Sowers is a highly respected figure in baseball and his input will be valuable to the Tampa Bay Rays as they strive to return to the MLB playoffs. Sowers is a tireless worker and his knowledge of the game will be a valuable asset to the Tampa Bay Rays.
Sowers is a committed family man and he will be a valuable asset to the Tampa Bay Rays organization in terms of player development.
Sowers is a hard-working executive and he will make a significant contribution to the Tampa Bay Rays organization.
25. Mike Baxter
New York Mets
Baxter was drafted by the New York Mets in the 8th round of the 2004 MLB Draft. He played for the Mets from 2004-2012, appearing in a total of 310 games.
After being traded to the Atlanta Braves in 2013, Baxter played in just 31 games before being released in 2014. Baxter then signed with the New York Yankees, playing in 39 games before being released in 2015.
Baxter has since played for the Long Island Ducks of the independent American Association. In 2018, Baxter was named the hitting coach for the Vanderbilt Commodores. Baxter has a .269/.357/.447 slash line in MLB, with 9 home runs and 41 RBIs.
Baxter has also played in the Dominican Republic, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea. Baxter is a graduate of the University of Richmond. Baxter has spent his entire MLB career with the Padres, but he has never been able to break through and become a consistent player.
Baxter is a career .228 hitter with 4 home runs and 28 RBIs. Baxter is often overshadowed by players like Justin Upton and Adrian Gonzalez, but he has shown flashes of brilliance throughout his career. Baxter is a versatile defender, able to play both shortstop and second base.
Baxter is entering his final season in the MLB, and he will likely be looking for a new team in the near future. Baxter is a hard worker and has shown flashes of brilliance throughout his career, but he will likely be remembered most for his lack of consistency.
Baxter is entering his final season in the MLB and he will likely be looking for a new team in the near future.
26. Josh Paul
Josh Paul is a catcher and coach who has spent most of his career in the majors with the Chicago White Sox and Tampa Bay Devil Rays. He made his MLB debut in 1999 with the White Sox and played for them until 2007.
He played for the Devil Rays from 2007 to 2009 before returning to the White Sox. He has also played for the Minnesota Twins, Detroit Tigers, and Los Angeles Angels. Paul is a three-time All-Star and has won two Gold Glove Awards.
He was named the American League's Most Valuable Player in 2007. He is currently the catching coach for the Angels. Paul was born in Evanston, Illinois, in 1975. He is married and has two children. He is a former professional baseball player who has played for the Chicago White Sox, Chicago Cubs, and Anaheim Angels.
He was a first-round pick by the White Sox in the 1999 amateur draft. He made his major league debut with the White Sox in 1999.
He played for the Cubs from 2003 to 2005. He played for the Angels from 2004 to 2005. He played for the Devil Rays from 2006 to 2007. He signed with the Yankees as a free agent in 2007. He was released by the Yankees in 2010.
He signed with the Angels as a free agent in 2018. Paul has a career batting average of .244 with 10 home runs and 73 RBIs in 416 major league games.
27. Matt Kata
Matt Kata is a utility player who played for the Texas Rangers in 2007. Kata played for the Arizona Diamondbacks from 2003-2007. Kata is a switch hitter and throws right-handed.
Kata has a batting average of .236 and a on-base percentage of .290 in his career. Kata is a veteran of 10 seasons in the majors. Kata had a successful career as a middle infielder in the MLB, playing for four teams over eight seasons.
Kata was a key part of the Astros' championship team in 2009, batting .239 with 12 home runs and 63 RBI. Kata announced his retirement from the MLB in August of that year.
Kata currently coaches youth baseball in the Houston area. Kata is a native of Houston, and he currently lives in the city. Kata is married and has two children. Kata is a devout Catholic and he volunteers with the St.
Jude Children's Research Hospital. Kata is a popular speaker on baseball topics, and he has given presentations at various schools and organizations around the country. Kata is a highly-respected member of the community, and he has been awarded numerous honors over the course of his career.
28. Ryan Flaherty
Flaherty was drafted by the Orioles in the second round of the 2008 MLB draft. He made his MLB debut with the Orioles in 2012. He spent four seasons with the Orioles before being traded to the Padres in 2019.
Flaherty has played in 291 MLB games, batting .215 with 14 home runs and 50 RBI. Flaherty is a coach for the Padres and previously served as an infielder and batting coach for the Orioles. Flaherty is married and has two children.
Flaherty is from Portland, Maine and is a graduate of the University of Maine. Flaherty is a former member of the United States national team. Flaherty is currently a free agent. Ryan Flaherty is a first baseman for the Cleveland Indians and Atlanta Braves.
Flaherty was originally drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the fourth round of the 2012 MLB Draft. Flaherty made his MLB debut with the Orioles in 2013 and has since played for the Braves, Indians, and Padres. Flaherty has played in 137 games and has hit 37 home runs.
Flaherty has won two Silver Slugger Awards and was named to the All-Star team in 2018. Flaherty is a member of the United States Men's National Baseball Team and represented them at the 2019 Pan American Games.
Flaherty is married and has two children. Flaherty is a Christian and has spoken about his faith on numerous occasions. Flaherty is a graduate of the University of Louisville.
29. Tim Corbin
- 1988–1993: Presbyterian
- 1994–2002: Clemson (assistant)
- 2003–present: Vanderbilt
Tim Corbin is the current head coach of Vanderbilt, and has a record of 841–400–1. Corbin was an assistant coach at Clemson for four seasons before taking the helm at Vanderbilt in 2003.
Corbin's teams have consistently been among the best in the SEC, and he has been named conference coach of the year twice. Corbin is a two-time NCAA Tournament selection, and his teams have reached the tournament four times in the past six seasons.
Corbin is scheduled to make $2.317 million in 2019, making him one of the highest-paid coaches in the country.
Corbin is a native of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, and attended Ohio Wesleyan University. Corbin has led his teams to multiple championships, including two NCAA appearances and five CWS appearances.
He is a three-time SEC Coach of the Year and was named the ABCA/Diamond South Regional Coach of the Year in 2015. Corbin has also been honored with the Dave Keilitz Ethics in Coaching Award.
30. Harvey Hendrick
- World Series champion (1923)
Harvey Hendrick was a first baseman who played for the Yankees and Phillies over a span of six seasons. Hendrick had a career batting average of .236 and a .285 on-base percentage.
He was also known for his strong throwing arm and led the American League in assists in 1934. Hendrick died from a heart attack on October 29, 1941 at the age of 43. Hendrick was a key member of the Yankees team that won the 1923 World Series.
He also had a very successful career with the Cleveland Indians, Brooklyn Robins, and Cincinnati Reds. Hendrick was a three-time All-Star and won a World Series with the Cardinals in 1932. Hendrick finished his career with the Chicago Cubs.
31. Mike Willis
Mike Willis is a retired MLB pitcher who played for the Philadelphia Phillies, Texas Rangers, Toronto Blue Jays, Boston Red Sox, Oakland Athletics, and Seattle Mariners.
Willis was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2nd round of the 1969 amateur draft. Willis made his MLB debut with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1975. He finished his career with a record of 228-211 and a 3.57 ERA.
Willis was traded to the Texas Rangers in 1981 and finished his career with them in 1993. Willis was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays in 1993 and finished his career with them in 1998. Willis was traded to the Boston Red Sox in 1998 and finished his career with them in 2003.
Willis was traded to the Oakland Athletics in 2003 and finished his career with them in 2006. Willis was traded to the Seattle Mariners in 2006 and finished his career with them in 2009. Willis retired after the 2009 season.
32. Vin Campbell
Vin Campbell was one of the most consistent hitters in baseball throughout his career. He was a six-time All-Star and finished with a .291 batting average.
Campbell was known for his strong throwing arm, which helped him make several spectacular catches in the outfield. Campbell played for the Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox, and Philadelphia Athletics during his career.
Vin Campbell passed away on November 16, 1969 at the age of 81. Vin Campbell was a professional baseball player who played for the Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates, Boston Braves, and Indianapolis Hoosiers. Vin Campbell was born in 1918 in Oklahoma.
Campbell began his professional baseball career in 1938 with the Tulsa Oilers. Campbell played for the Chicago Cubs from 1938 to 1940, the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1940 to 1942, the Boston Braves from 1942 to 1945, and the Indianapolis Hoosiers from 1945 to 1946.
Campbell played in the Major Leagues for 11 seasons and had a batting average of .310, 15 home runs, and 171 runs batted in. After his playing career, Campbell served as a scout for the Chicago Cubs and the Pittsburgh Pirates. Vin Campbell passed away on September 27, 2015.
33. Doc Cook
Doc Cook was an outfielder who played for the Detroit Tigers and Boston Red Sox in the early 20th century. He was a strong hitter and threw powerful right-handed shots.
He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1953. He lived in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee for the last years of his life. He died of a heart attack in 1973 at the age of 87.
Cook was one of the most feared hitters of his era, batting over .300 for six consecutive seasons from 1913 to 1918. He also led the Yankees in runs scored and RBIs in 1915 and 1916, respectively.
After leaving the Yankees in 1916, Cook played one season for the Boston Red Sox before retiring. In a career spanning over 20 years, Cook compiled a .274 batting average and 3 home runs. He is considered one of the most successful hitters in Yankees history.
After his playing days were over, Cook served as a coach for the Yankees and Red Sox. He died in 1978 at the age of 87.
34. Andy Reese
Andy Reese was a versatile infielder and outfielder who played for the Detroit Tigers from 1934 to 1949. Reese was a member of the Tigers' World Series-winning teams in 1935 and 1945.
Reese was also a member of the Tigers' team that won the American League pennant in 1935. Reese was a three-time All-Star and a member of the AL's All-Century Team. Reese was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1966.
Reese died in 1966 at the age of 61. Reese is remembered as one of the most successful players in Detroit Tigers history. Andy Reese was a right-handed pitcher who played for the New York Giants from 1927-1930. Reese had a successful MLB career, posting a batting average of .281 and 14 home runs.
He was also a productive runner, with 111 runs batted in over his career. Reese was a key contributor to the Giants' success in the 1930s.
He later played for the Cleveland Indians and the Philadelphia Phillies. After his playing career ended, Reese became a manager in the minor leagues. He passed away in 1991 at the age of 80.
Reese was a celebrated pitcher in his day, and is still considered one of the great Giants of all time. Reese is remembered for his strong presence on the mound and his ability to strike out batters.
35. Matt Buschmann
Buschmann is a right-handed pitcher who has played in MLB for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Buschmann has had a successful MLB career, with a record of 49-41.
Buschmann has a 2.92 ERA and has struck out 721 batters in 992 innings pitched. Buschmann has played in four playoff games, all of which he has started. Buschmann is married and has two children.
Matt Buschmann was a pitcher in the MLB for the Arizona Diamondbacks. He had a win-loss record of 0-0, but his ERA was 2.08. Buschmann also struck out 3 batters in his career. Buschmann is currently a coach for the Toronto Blue Jays.
He was hired in 2019 and is in his second season with the team. In Buschmann's two seasons as a coach, the Blue Jays have had a record of 71-91. He is hoping to improve on that this season. Buschmann was originally drafted in the fifth round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks.
He made his MLB debut in 2016. Buschmann is originally from Stockton, California. He attended California State University, Stanislaus.
36. Ben Bowden
Ben Bowden is a young pitcher in the Phillies system who is looking to make a name for himself. Bowden has a tall and lanky frame which helps him excel as a pitcher.
He has a fastball that can reach speeds of over 100 MPH, but he also has a strong slider that can be devastating in right-handed hitters' counts. Bowden has struggled with consistency throughout his career, but he has the potential to be a top-level pitcher.
Bowden is currently preparing for the 2017 season, and he is looking to improve on his previous performance.
He is a fan favorite in the Phillies organization, and he is looking to continue to develop and improve his skills. Bowden is a young pitcher with a lot of potential, and he is looking to make an impact in the majors.
Ben Bowden made his MLB debut for the Colorado Rockies on April 2nd, 2021. Bowden has a 3-2 record with a 6.56 ERA and 42 strikeouts in 42 innings.
Bowden has appeared in four games this season and has been used mostly as a reliever. Bowden is a left-handed pitcher who was drafted by the Rockies in the 8th round of the 2019 MLB draft. Bowden is expected to be a part of the Rockies bullpen for the foreseeable future.
37. Caleb Cotham
Caleb Cotham was drafted by the Yankees in the 7th round of the 2009 amateur draft. He made his MLB debut with the Yankees in 2015. In 2017, he was traded to the Phillies.
In 2018, he was traded to the Yankees again. In 2019, he was traded to the Reds. Caleb Cotham is a right-handed pitcher and coach. He has a 3.93 ERA in the MLB. He has played for the Yankees, Phillies, and Yankees again.
Caleb Cotham is a pitcher and coach who has a 3.93 ERA in the MLB. Caleb Cotham is a former player and current coach with the Cincinnati Reds. Caleb Cotham played for the New York Yankees in 2015 and the Cincinnati Reds in 2016.
Caleb Cotham has a win-loss record of 1-3 and an earned run average of 7.15. Caleb Cotham has struck out 32 batters in MLB play. Caleb Cotham is currently the pitching coach for the Cincinnati Reds. Caleb Cotham was born in 1997.
Caleb Cotham is a right-handed pitcher. Caleb Cotham is a member of the United States national team. Caleb Cotham is married and has a daughter.
38. Taylor Hill
Taylor Hill was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2008 MLB Draft by the Boston Red Sox. Hill made his MLB debut with the Washington Nationals in 2014 and has been a relief pitcher for them ever since.
Hill has a 3.90 ERA in 267 relief appearances over six seasons with the Nationals. Hill has also been a member of the Houston Astros, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Tampa Bay Rays. Hill was traded to the Tampa Bay Rays in December of 2018.
In 80 relief appearances with the Rays, Hill has a 3.51 ERA. Hill is an excellent relief pitcher and has been a valuable part of several teams over the past few years.
Hill is likely to continue playing in the MLB for a while yet. Taylor Hill is a relief pitcher with excellent stats who will be a valuable asset to any team he plays for.
Taylor Hill made his MLB debut with the Washington Nationals in 2015. He had a successful rookie campaign, posting a 0-1 record with a 6.00 ERA.
Hill has struck out 14 batters in his short career, and is looking to improve on that this season. Hill is a left-handed pitcher and is considered to be a promising prospect. He is likely to spend most of his time in the minors, but could see time in the majors in the future.
Hill is a young pitcher who is still developing and has a lot to learn. He is a left-handed pitcher, and is likely to be used as a reliever in the majors. Hill is a rookie pitcher, and is still learning the ropes of the MLB game. He is a promising pitcher who has a lot to offer the Washington Nationals and the baseball world as a whole.
39. Slim Embry
- SIAA champion (1921), Vanderbilt baseball captain (1923)
Slim Embry was a pitcher for the Chicago White Sox and managed the team for a brief period of time. Embry had a successful MLB career, posting a record of 158-136 with a 3.12 ERA.
He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1946. Embry died of a heart attack in 1947 at the age of 46. Slim Embry was a pitcher for the Chicago White Sox in the early 1920s. Embry had a 0-0 record in his only MLB appearance.
He had a 10.12 ERA and struck out only 1 batter. Embry was a captain of the Vanderbilt baseball team. Embry died in 2003 at the age of 98.
40. Scrappy Moore
Moore was a third baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals from 1923 to 1955. He was a three-time All-Star and won three Gold Gloves. Moore was known for his scrappy play on the field.
He was never afraid to get in a physical battle and was known for his hard hits. Moore died in 1964 at the age of 71. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1970. Moore was born on June 21, 1917 in St.
Louis, MO. Moore made his MLB debut with the St. Louis Browns in 1917. Moore played for the Browns until 1917, and then returned to the minor leagues. Moore died on July 5, 1967. Moore was a scrappy outfielder who was known for his speed and defense.
Moore is best remembered for his contributions to the St. Louis Browns, who won the World Series in 1926 and 1928 with Moore on the roster. Moore is also remembered for his role in the Negro Leagues, where he played for the St. Louis Stars and the Chicago American Giants.
Moore was a highly successful player, winning three World Series titles and an MVP award. Moore is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame and the St. Louis Browns Hall of Fame.
41. Wilson Collins
Wilson Collins was born in 1889 in Pulaski, Tennessee. He played professional baseball from 1910 to 1941, accumulating a .292 batting average with 1,722 hits in 3,062 career games.
Collins died in 1941 at the age of 51 after a long battle with tuberculosis. Collins was a two-time All-Star and led the National League in hits twice.
Collins is remembered for his spectacular home run hit off of Dizzy Dean in the 1933 World Series. Collins is also notable for his innovative use of the batting helmet.
The Wilson Collins Ball Park in Knoxville, Tennessee, is named in his honor. Collins was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1971. Collins played for the Boston Braves in 1913 and 1914.
Collins was a decent hitter and fielder, but he did not have much success in the majors. Collins later played in the minors and had a long career there. Collins passed away in 1984 at the age of 84. Collins was a solid player, but he was not very successful in the majors.
Collins had a long career in the minors and is now considered a minor league legend. Collins was a solid player, but he was not very successful in the majors.
Collins had a long career in the minors and is now considered a minor league legend. Collins was a decent player, but he did not have much success in the majors.
42. Mark Prior
- All-Star (2003), World Series champion (2020), Golden Spikes Award (2001), Dick Howser Trophy (2001)
Prior was originally signed by the Chicago Cubs as an amateur free agent in 1998. He made his MLB debut with the Cubs in 2002. Prior helped lead the Cubs to the National League Central division title in 2003 and 2004.
Prior was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2006 and was a key player on the team's World Series championship that year. Prior retired after the 2006 season.
He later became a pitching coach with the Dodgers. Prior has three Cy Young Awards (2002, 2003, 2004) and ten other awards, including the prestigious National League MVP Award in 2004.
Prior is one of only six players in MLB history to throw a no-hitter and have a save in the same game. He accomplished the feat on September 24, 2003, against the Houston Astros. Prior's pitching career was cut short by elbow injuries.
He underwent surgery on his left elbow in 2006 and missed the entire season. Prior is a two-time Olympic gold medalist (2004, 2008) and is the current holder of the United States' record for the most Olympic gold medals (six).
Prior was inducted into the Chicago Cubs Hall of Fame in 2016.
43. Nick Christiani
Nick Christiani made his MLB debut with the Cincinnati Reds in 2013. Christiani is a right-handed pitcher who has spent most of his career in the minors.
Christiani has a fastball that typically reaches the mid-90s and a slider that he can use to get strikeouts. Christiani has had some success in the minors, but his MLB career has been mixed thus far.
Christiani is in the second year of a three-year, $12.5 million contract with the Reds. Christiani is likely to be a middle or back-of-the-rotation pitcher in the majors. Christiani is a husband and father of two young children.
Nick Christiani is a right-handed pitcher who made his MLB debut with the Cincinnati Reds in 2014. Christiani was drafted in the 38th round of the 2006 MLB Draft by the Minnesota Twins. Christiani made his professional debut in 2008 with the Gulf Coast League Twins.
Christiani spent the majority of his time in the minors with the New Britain Rock Cats, where he compiled a record of 36-27 with a 3.39 ERA in 477.2 innings pitched.
Christiani made his big league debut on May 10, 2014, against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Christiani didn't fair well in his debut, allowing four runs on six hits in 3.2 innings of work.
Christiani was released by the Reds on May 31, 2014. Christiani signed a minor league contract with the Tampa Bay Rays on June 1, 2014. Christiani made his debut with the Rays on June 2, 2014, pitching one inning of relief.
44. Antoan Richardson
Antoan Richardson is a San Francisco Giants outfielder who made his MLB debut in 2011 with the Atlanta Braves. Richardson batted and threw right. He was released by the Braves in March of 2016.
Richardson signed a minor league contract with the Yankees in April of 2016. He played in 73 games for the Yankees in 2016. Richardson was released by the Yankees in May of 2017. Richardson signed with the Minnesota Twins in May of 2017.
He played in 47 games for the Twins in 2017. Richardson was released by the Twins in August of 2017.
Antoan Richardson is a former professional baseball player who played for the Atlanta Braves and New York Yankees. Richardson began his professional career with the Braves in 2011 and spent four seasons with the organization.
In 2014, he was traded to the Yankees and spent one season with the team before retiring. Richardson is a coach for the San Francisco Giants, helping the team to a World Series title in 2020.
Richardson is a highly versatile player, playing all three outfield positions and second base. He is a hard-working player who is always looking to improve his skills.
Richardson is a valuable member of any team and is a valuable member of the San Francisco Giants coaching staff. He is a respected member of the baseball community and will continue to be so for years to come. Richardson is a versatile and valued player who will be missed by both the Braves and Yankees fan bases.
45. Drew Hayes
Drew Hayes is a right-handed pitcher who has played for the Reds since 2016. Hayes was drafted by the Tigers in the 3rd round of the 2006 MLB Draft, but he never made it to the majors.
Hayes signed with the Reds as a free agent in 2016. Hayes has a career record of 53-57 with a 4.71 ERA in 222 games. Hayes has struck out 786 batters in 806.2 innings pitched. Hayes has a 1.75 WHIP and has been in the bullpen for most of his career.
Hayes has been a part of the Reds playoff team in both 2018 and 2019. Hayes is likely to be released by the Reds in 2020. Hayes is a member of the Chattanooga Lookouts, a minor league team. Drew Hayes made his MLB debut with the Cincinnati Reds on April 21st.
Hayes pitched in just one game for the Reds, and did not have any success. Hayes is currently playing in the minor leagues and has a 0-0 record with a 8.38 ERA.
Hayes is a left-handed pitcher, and is likely to stay in the minors for the rest of the season. Hayes is a young prospect who has a lot of potential, and hopefully he can improve in the future.
Hayes is a hard-throwing left-hander, and could develop into a top-tier pitcher in the future. Hayes is a prospect, and there is a chance he may never make it to the majors.
Hayes is a left-handed pitcher, and is likely to stay in the minors for the rest of the season. Hayes is a prospect, and there is a chance he may never make it to the majors.
46. Mal Moss
Mal Moss was a pitcher and hitter in the Negro Leagues. He was born in 1905 in Sullivan, Indiana, and died in 1983 in Savannah, Georgia. Moss played for several teams in the Negro Leagues, including the Chicago American Giants, the Homestead Grays, and the Kansas City Monarchs.
He was a three-time All-Star, and won the Negro League MVP Award in 1947. Moss was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1983.
Mal Moss was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 1930 MLB draft. Moss made his MLB debut with the Cubs on April 29, 1930. Moss finished his MLB career with the Cubs, ending it in 1930. Moss had a win-loss record of 0-0, with a 6.27 earned run average.
47. Josh Zeid
Josh Zeid is a pitcher who has played in the majors for the Colorado Rockies and the Houston Astros. Zeid was drafted by the Rockies in the first round of the 2006 MLB Draft.
Zeid made his major league debut with the Rockies in 2009. Zeid spent time with the Astros in 2013 and 2014, before returning to the Rockies in 2015. Zeid was traded to the Astros in December of 2018.
Zeid is a right-handed pitcher who throws in the range of 94-97 MPH. Zeid has a 3.68 ERA in the majors, with 318 strikeouts and 100 walks in 367 innings. Zeid is a fan favorite in both Colorado and Houston.
Zeid is set to join the Astros in 2019. Josh Zeid made his MLB debut for the Houston Astros in 2013. Zeid played in just one game for the Astros, but he did manage to strike out 42 batters. Zeid is currently a free agent and is not currently in any active MLB teams.
Zeid has a win-loss record of 0-1 and an earned run average of 5.21. Zeid has 42 strikeouts in just 45 innings pitched in MLB. Zeid is a left-handed pitcher and throws a fastball, changeup, and slider. Zeid is originally from Lebanon and played college baseball at Rice.
Zeid was drafted by the Astros in the fourth round of the 2013 MLB Draft. Zeid is currently working on his Master's degree in Business Administration.
48. Austin Martin
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Austin Martin is a shortstop for the Minnesota Twins. He was drafted by the Twins in the first round of the 2018 MLB Draft. Martin is a left-handed hitter and has shown great power potential in the minors.
He is considered to be a top prospect in the Twins organization. Martin has a strong defensive background, having played shortstop for the United States National Team Development Program. Martin is expected to be a big part of the Twins future and is considered to be a cornerstone player for the team.
He is a potential All-Star and has the potential to be a great player in the MLB. Austin Martin is a pitcher for the DeLand Blue Jays.
Austin was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 6th round of the 2013 MLB Draft. Austin is currently in his first professional season. Austin has pitched in 9 games this season, posting an 0-1 record with a 3.18 ERA.
Austin's fastball ranges from 88-92 mph, and he also throws a slider, curveball and changeup. Austin is a right-handed pitcher, and he has been compared to Roy Halladay and R.A. Dickey.
Austin is a hard-working player who is constantly working on his mechanics. Austin is a player who is looking to improve his game and move up the ladder in baseball. Austin Martin is a promising pitcher with a lot of potential, and he is definitely someone to watch in the future.
49. Jack Leiter
Leiter was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2018 MLB Draft by the Texas Rangers. Leiter is a right-handed pitcher who was born in Fort Worth, Texas. Leiter attended Dallas Baptist University and played for their baseball team as a freshman in 2018.
Leiter was selected to the All-American Athletic Conference First Team in 2018. Leiter was selected to the All-ACC Second Team in 2018. Leiter was named to the ACC All-Tournament Team in 2018. Leiter was named to the 2018 Preseason All-American Third Team by Baseball America.
Leiter was named the ACC Pitcher of the Year in 2018. Leiter is expected to start the 2019 season with the Texas Rangers' Class A affiliate, the Down East Wood Ducks. Jack Leiter is a pitcher for the Plantation Blue Jays. He is a right-handed pitcher who throws in the low-90s.
He is a 2014 first-round draft pick by the Tampa Bay Rays. He made his professional debut with the Hudson Valley Renegades in the New York-Penn League in 2014.
He made his major league debut with the Rays in July 2016. He was traded to the Blue Jays in August of that year. He has appeared in 38 games for the Blue Jays, posting a 2-3 record with a 4.03 ERA.
He has also appeared in eight games for the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons, posting a 2-1 record with a 2.09 ERA. He was designated for assignment by the Blue Jays on July 29th, 2018.
50. Enrique Bradfield Jr.
Enrique Bradfield Jr. is a 21-year-old outfielder for the Vanderbilt Commodores. He was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the first round of the 2018 MLB Draft.
Bradfield was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team in 2017. He was named to the SEC All-Tournament Team in 2018. Bradfield has batted .304 with 20 home runs and 66 RBI in 113 games played as a sophomore at Vanderbilt.
Bradfield is a native of Nashville, Tennessee. Bradfield is a left-handed hitter. He is a member of the Vanderbilt baseball team. Bradfield is a junior. Enrique Bradfield Jr. is a left-handed pitcher in the Miami Marlins organization.
He was drafted in the second round of the 2009 amateur draft. He has a 2.98 ERA in the minor leagues. He was the Marlins Minor League Pitcher of the Year in 2013. He made his major league debut in 2014. He has a 2.78 ERA in 79 innings pitched in the majors.
He was traded to the Dodgers in 2017. He has a 3.65 ERA in 93 innings pitched in the Dodgers system. He is arbitration-eligible for the first time in 2019.
The Vanderbilt University Baseball program has produced some of the best players in the history of the sport. Some of the best players to ever play the game include Jimmie Foxx, Hank Aaron, Reggie Jackson, and Cal Ripken Jr.
These players have helped the Vanderbilt program to become one of the premier collegiate baseball programs in the country.
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In the world of baseball, the significance of the numbers etched onto a bat goes beyond mere identification. These seemingly cryptic figures, like -10 or -5, hold the key to unlocking a player’s potential at the plate.
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