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Arizona Diamondbacks
Brandon Webb

Atlanta Braves
Chipper Jones

Chicago Cubs
Cap Anson*
Ernie Banks
Stan Hack
Don Johnson
Carlos Zambrano

Cincinnati Reds
Johnny Bench
Dave Concepcion
Bug Holliday*
Barry Larkin
Bid McPhee*
Ron Oester
Mario Soto

Colorado Rockies
Todd Helton

Florida Marlins

Houston Astros
Jeff Bagwell
Lance Berkman
Craig Biggio
Roy Oswalt

Los Angeles Dodgers
Roy Campanella
Darren Dreifort
Don Drysdale
Carl Furillo
Sandy Koufax
Pee Wee Reese
Jackie Robinson
Nap Rucker
Mike Scoscia

Milwaukee Brewers
Jerry Augustine
Jim Gantner
Robin Yount

New York Mets
Ron Hodges
Jeff Innis
Ed Kranpool
Jo-Jo Moore

Philadelphia Phillies
George Chalmers
Kevin Jordan
Jack Meyer
Jimmy Rollins
Mike Schmidt

Pittsburgh Pirates
Gene Alley
Roberto Clemente
Woody Jensen
Vern Law
Bill Mazeroski
Willie Stargell
Pie Traynor
Honus Wagner
Paul Waner
Lloyd Waner
Sam Leever

San Diego Padres
Tim Flannery
Tony Gwynn

San Francisco Giants
Carl Hubbell
Travis Jackson
Christy Mathewson
Mel Ott
Mike Tiernan
Wes Westrum
Ross Youngs

St. Louis Cardinals
Bob Gibson
Pepper Martin
Terry Moore
Stan Musial
Ernie Orsatti
Tom Pagnozzi
Albert Pujols
Specs Toporcer

Washington Nationals
Steve Rogers




*Anson played for five seasons before the National
League was founded, and then joined the Cubs
at their inception in 1876, remaining with
them for 22 seasons.

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Gary DiSarcina
Tim Salmon

Baltimore Orioles
Scott MaGregor
Jim Palmer
Cal Ripken, Jr.
Brian Roberts
Brooks Robinson

Boston Red Sox
Carl Yastrzemski
Ted Williams
Jim Rice
Bobby Doerr
Mike Greenwell
Tim Naehring
Trot Nixon
Mel Parnell
Rico Petrocelli
Kevin Romine
Cap Varitek

Chicago White Sox
Luke Appling
Red Faber
Officer Karkovice
Ted Lyons
Mike Squires

Cleveland Indians
Ray Chapman
Bob Feller
Mel Harder
Bob Lemon
Al Rosen

Detroit Tigers
Tommy Bridges
Charlie Gehringer
Bobby Higginson
Fred Hutchinson
Brandon Inge
Al Kaline
Mickey Stanley
Alan Trammell
Lou Whitaker

Kansas City Royals
George Brett
Dennis Leonard
Mike Sweeney
John Wathan
Frank White

Minnesota Twins
Bob Allison
Kent Hrbek
Walter Johnson
Travis Miller
Tony Oliva
Kirby Puckett
Brad Radke
Cecil Travis

New York Yankees
Spud Chandler
Earle Combs
Birdie Cree
Birdie Crosetti
Bill Dickey
Joe DiMaggio
Whitey Ford
Lou Gehrig
Ron Guidry
Derek Jeter
Tony Kubek
Mickey Mantle
Don Mattingly
Jorge Posada
Bobby Richardson
Mariano Rivera
Phil Rizzuto
Roy White
Bernie Williams

Oakland Athletics
Eric Chavez
Eddie Rommel
Mike Norris

Seattle Mariners
Edgar Martinez
Ichiro Suzuki

Tampa Bay Devil Rays
Carl Crawford

Texas Rangers
Rusty Greer
Michael Young

Toronto Blue Jays
Vernon Wells
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