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E_McNeely

Earl McNeely
of, Sacramento High  

Teams: Senators 1924-27; Browns 1929-31.
Best season—1926: .303 average, 20 doubles, 12 triples, 18 stolen bases and 84 runs scored.
In the ninth inning of Game 7 of the 1924 World Series, his grounder hit a rock, bounced over the third baseman’s head and won the series.

Debut  

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1924 

.272 

683 

2254 

369 

614 

107 

33 

213 

69 

183 

187 

.335 

.354 

.689 

799 



32

RJ_Reynolds

R.J. Reynolds
of, Kennedy High, Sacramento City College

Teams: Dodgers 1983-85; Pirates 1985-90.
Best season-1986: .269 average with 30 doubles, 9 home runs, 48 RBI and 16 stolen bases.
Leading off the 1986 season for the Pirates, he homered off New York Mets right-hander Dwight Gooden.

Debut

Yrs

Avg

Games

AB

Runs

Hits

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

SO

OBP

SLG

OPS

TB

1983

8

.267

786

2270

288

605

121

17

35

294

109

190

419

.321

.381

.702

865



33

A_Kampouris

Alex Kampouris
2b, Sacramento High 

Teams: Reds 1934-38; Giants 1938-39; Browns 1941-43; Senators 1943.
Best season—1937: .249 average with 21 doubles, 4 triples, 17 home runs, 71 RBI and a .342 on-base percentage.
The first M.L. player of Greek decent, he hit 3 home runs against the Phillies on May 9, 1937.

Debut

Yrs

Avg

Games

AB

Runs

Hits

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

SO

OBP

SLG

OPS

TB

1934

9

.243

708

2182

272

531

94

20

45

284

22

244

360

.325

.367

692

800



34

R_Jordan

Ricky Jordan
1b, Grant High 

Teams: Phillies 1988-94; Mariners 96.
Best season—1989: .285 average with 22 doubles, 12 home runs, 75 RBI and 149 hits.
On July 17, 1989, the Phillies No.1 draft selection became 1 of 106 players who hit a home run in his first M.L. at-bat.

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1988 

.281 

677 

2104 

261 

592 

116 

10 

55 

304 

10 

77 

303 

.308 

.424 

.732 

893 



35

R_Office

Rowland Office
of, McClatchy High, Sacramento City College

Teams: Braves 1972, 74-79; Expos 1980-82; Yankees 1983.
Best season—1976: .281 average with 17 doubles, 4 home runs, 34 RBI and 51 runs scored in 359 at-bats.
In 1976, he had a 29-game hitting streak and joined Jerry Royster in the top 2 slots in the Braves’ batting order.

Debut

Yrs

Avg

Games

AB

Runs

Hits

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

SO

OBP

SLG

OPS

TB

1972

11

.259

899

2413

259

626

101

11

32

242

27

189

311

.315

.350

.665

845



36

T_Hall

Toby Hall
c, El Dorado High, American River College

Teams: Devil Rays 2000-06; Dodgers 2006; White Sox 2007-08.
Best season—2005: .287 average with 20 doubles, 5 home runs and 48 RBI.
From 2000-09, he threw out 28% of runners and had the fourth-best mark among A.L. catchers with 600 games played.

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

2000 

.262 

686 

2350 

211 

616 

123 

46 

269 

104 

216 

.297 

.374 

.671 

879 



37

J_Marty

Joe Marty
of, Christian Brothers High 

Teams: Cubs 1937-39; Phillies 1939-41.
Best season—1940: .270 average with 21 doubles, 8 triples, 13 home runs, 50 RBI and 52 runs scored.
In 1938, he drove in 5 of the Cubs 9 runs in a World Series loss to the Yankees and hit the first homer in a night game for the Cubs.

Debut

Yrs

Avg

Games

AB

Runs

Hits

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

SO

OBP

SLG

OPS

TB

1937

5

.261

538

1832

223

478

78

22

44

222

14

142

187

.318

.400

.717

732



38

D_Revering

Dave Revering
1b, Bella Vista High 

Teams: A’s 1978-81; Yankees 1981-82; Blue Jays 1982; Mariners 1982.
Best season—1979: .288 average with 25 doubles, 5 triples, 17 home runs, 77 RBI and 63 runs scored.
On the rise after 3 promising seasons in Oakland, he suffered from injuries and trades that led to a premature end to his career.
 

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1978 

.265 

557 

1832 

205 

486 

83 

16 

62 

234 

148 

240 

.318 

.430 

.748 

787 



39

G_Petralli

Geno Petralli
c, Kennedy High, Sacramento City College

Teams: Blue Jays 1982-84; Rangers 1985-1993.
Best season—1987: .302 average with 11 doubles, 2 triples, 7 home runs and 35 RBI in 202 at-bats.
The result of handling knuckleball Charlie Hough, he is in the record books with 4 passed balls in an inning and 6 in a game.

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1982 

12 

.267 

809 

1874 

184 

501 

83 

24 

192 

216 

263 

.344 

.360 

.703 

674 



40

M_Venable

Max Venable
of, Cordova High 

Teams: Giants 1979-83; Expos 1984; Reds 1985-87; Angels 1989-91.
Best season—1985: .289 average with 12 doubles, 3 triples and 11 stolen bases and was a .371 pinch hitter in 138 at-bats.
A reliable backup outfielder with speed, he was able to stay in the big leagues for 12 seasons.

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1979 

12 

.267 

727 

1397 

176 

337 

57 

17 

18 

128 

64 

120 

218 

.302 

.345 

.647 

482 



* Our sources, chiefly BaseballReference.com among others, lists McNeely as a Sacramento High graduate. Sacramento baseball historian Bill Iliff found evidence that McNeely graduated from Christian Brothers College (now High), however, CBS records for the time period are inconclusive. One thing is certain: McNeely did not play high school baseball at either institution, although he did play other secondary school sports.  


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