Second baseman who signed a minor league contract with the New York Yankees in 2016. He then signed a similar contract to the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2018.
Colombian professional baseball player who is known for his work as a second baseman for the New York Mets and the Cincinnati Reds. He is known for batting right and throwing right.
First baseman and designated hitter who has gained fame for his play for the Minnesota Twins of the MLB between 2014-2017. He later signed with Chiba Lotte Marines of the Nippon Professional Baseball league in 2018.
Right-handed pitcher whose best major league season came with the Chicago Cubs in 1952: 15 wins, a 2.58 ERA, and a league-leading 0.946 WHIP.
Middle infielder who has gained fame for his time playing in the MLB, including for the Minnesota Twins. He has also spent time with the Houston Astros, New York Yankess, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
First baseman and corner outfielder who played five seasons in MLB, four for the Pittsburgh Pirates and one with the Houston Astros.
University of Connecticut legend who was one of the school's all-time highest basketball scorers, and became a standout MLB player.
One of the most dominant left-handed pitchers of his age who was even better known for his clownish antics as a coach.
Cuban left fielder nicknamed "Sandy" who is best remembered for his stellar performance in game seven of the 1955 World Series as a member of the Brooklyn Dodgers. He had previously won a gold medal representing Cuba at the Central American and Caribbean Games in 1950.
Shortstop who played in the big leagues from 1984-1990 for the Texas Rangers and in 1992 for the Chicago Cubs.
MLB relief pitcher who debuted with the Cincinnati Reds in 2008, then went on to play for the Toronto Blue Jays, Colorado Rockies and Minnesota Twins.
Right fielder who was an All-Star in 1991 playing for the St. Louis Cardinals, he also stole 31 bases with the Kansas City Royals in 1993.
Baseball player who played outfielder for the Minnesota Twins and coached for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Former MLB pitcher best known as a member of the Milwaukee/Boston Braves, with whom he played from 1948 to 1953. He was an All-Star in 1949.
Lefty relief pitcher known for his power fastball and solid curve, he was an All-Star in 2010 and won a World Series in 2011 with the St. Louis Cardinals.
MLB player who hit over .300 during his 17-year career with the Washington Senators and Boston Red Sox.
Left-handed pitcher known for his sharp-breaking curveball who made his MLB debut in 2002 for the Los Angeles Dodgers.