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 forsch_k

Ken Forsch
rhp, Johnson High    

Teams: Astros 1970-80; Angels 1981-84, 86.
Best season—1976: 4-3 win-loss record, 2.15 ERA and 19 saves.
The 2-time All-Star pitched a no-hitter against the Braves on April 7, 1979 and led American League in shutouts in 1981 with four.

Debut

Yrs

W-L

ERA

G

GS

CG

SO

Sv

IP

H

R

ER

BB

K

WHIP

H/9

W/9

K/9

1970

16

114-113

3.37

521

241

70

18

51

2127.1

2071

881

796

586

1047

1.249

8.8

2.5

4.4



 

12

greg_Vaughn

Greg Vaughn
of, Kennedy High, Sacramento City College 

Teams: Brewers 1989-96; Padres 1996-98; Reds 1999; Devil Rays 2000-02; Rockies 2003.
Best season—1998: .272 average with 50 home runs and 118 RBI.
A 4-time All-Star, he finished fourth in the MVP voting in 1998; hit 50 homers in 1998 and 3 times drove in more than 115 runs. 

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1989 

15 

.242 

1731 

6103 

1017 

1475 

284 

23 

355 

1072 

121 

865 

1513 

.337 

.470 

.807 

2870 



13

 jenkins

Geoff Jenkins
of, Cordova High


Teams: Brewers 1998-07; Phillies 2008.
Best season—2000: .303 average with 34 home runs and 94 RBI.
This 1995 No.1 draft pick of the Brewers was an All-Star in 2003 and a World Series Champion in 2008. 

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1998 

11 

.275 

1349 

4700 

688 

1293 

303 

22 

221 

733 

32 

418 

1186 

.344 

.490 

.834 

2303 

 

14

 westlake

Wally Westlake
of, Christian Brothers High 

Teams: Pirates 1947-51; Cardinals 1951-52; Reds 1952; Indians 1952-55; Orioles 1955; Phillies 1956.
Best season—1949: .282 average with 23 home runs and 104 RBI.
One of the best defensive outfielders of his era, he earned an All-Star spot in 1951.  

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1947 

10 

.272 

958 

3117 

474 

848 

107 

33 

127 

539 

19 

317 

453 

.345 

.450 

.795 

1402 

15

 blauser

Jeff Blauser
ss, Placer High, Sacramento City College

Teams: Braves 1987-97; Cubs 1998-99.
Best season—1993: .305 average with 15 home runs, 73 RBI, 104 runs scored, 16 times HBP and 16 stolen bases.
A 2-time All-Star, he earned a Silver Slugger in 1997 and appeared in 3 World Series, losing to Twins, Phillies and White Sox.  
 

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1987 

13 

.262 

1407 

4522 

691 

1187 

217 

33 

122 

513 

65 

569 

937 

.354 

.406 

.760 

1836 

16

 F_Vina

Fernando Vina
2b, Valley High, Cosumnes River College, Sacramento City College

Teams: Mariners 1993; Mets 1994; Brewers 1995-99; Cardinals 2000-03, Tigers 2004.
Best season—1998: .311 average with 101 runs scored, 198 hits, 22 stolen bases and 25 hit by pitches.
The 2-time Gold Glove winner was an All-Star in 1998, hit .333 in 21 post-season games and twice led the N.L. in hit by pitches. 

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1993 

12 

.282 

1148 

4240 

627 

1196 

194 

49 

40 

343 

116 

288 

292 

.348 

.379 

.728 

1608 

17

 B_Edwards

Bruce Edwards
c, Sacramento High 

Teams: Brooklyn Dodgers 1946-51; Cubs 1951-52, 54; Senators 1955; Reds 1956.
Best season—1947: .295 average with 8 home runs and 80 RBI.
Throwing out 47% of base stealers, this 2-time All-Star finished fourth in the MVP voting in his second season in the big leagues. 

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1946 

10 

.256 

591 

1675 

191 

429 

67 

20 

39 

241 

190 

179 

.335 

.390 

.725 

653 

18

 D_Oliver

Darren Oliver
lhp, Rio Linda High  

Teams: Rangers 1993-98, 00-01, 10; Cardinals 1998-99; Red Sox 2002; Rockies 2003; Marlins 2004; Astros 2004; Mets 2006; Angels 2007-09.
Best season—2008: 7-1 win-loss record and 2.88 ERA in 72 innings of relief.
As a starter, he won more than 10 games 4 times, including a 14-6 mark in 1996, and as a reliever was 13-4 the past three years.

 

Debut

Yrs

W-L

ERA

G

GS

CG

SO

Sv

IP

H

R

ER

BB

K

WHIP

H/9

W/9

K/9

1993 

17

107-85 

4.67 

593

229

11

4

3

1759.0

1900 

991

913

679

1123 

1.466

9.7

3.5

5.7



19

C_Bosio

Chris Bosio
rhp, Cordova High, Sacramento City College 

Teams: Brewers 1986-92; Mariners 1993-96.
Best season—1989: 15-10 win-loss record, 2.95 ERA, 173 strikeouts, 8 complete games and 2 shutouts.
This righty pitched a no-hitter against the Red Sox on April 22, 1993 and 5 times won more than 10 games.

Debut

Yrs

W-L

ERA

G

GS

CG

SO

Sv

IP

H

R

ER

BB

K

WHIP

H/9

W/9

K/9

1986

11

94-93

3.96

309

246

39

9

9

1710.0

1742

835

753

481

1059

1.300

9.2

2.5

5.6

20

 M_Hoag

Myril Hoag
of, Willows High 

Teams: Yankees 1931-32, 34-38; St. Louis Browns 1939-41; White Sox 1931-42, 44; Indians 1944-45.
Best season—1939: .295 average with 10 home runs and 75 RBI.
From 1934 to 2008, this All-Star and owner of 4 World Series rings was the only Yankees’ player to have 6 hits in a game.  

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1931 

13 

.271 

1020 

3147 

384 

854 

141 

33 

28 

401 

59 

252 

298 

.328 

.364 

.692 

1145 



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