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Survey Results
updated 1/28/ 7:05 PST 

BaseballSacramento.com, in cooperation with a committee of local baseball experts, is compilling the list of the All-Time Top 50 players from Sacramento who ever played in the major leagues. That list was announced beginning January 19.

If you haven't already voted, here's the link to our online survey.

Meantime, here are the current vote standings from our online reader's survey:

Player  

Position 

#1 Votes
(5 Pt.) 

#2 Votes
(3 Pt.) 

#3 Votes
(1 Pt.) 

Total 

Points 

Dusty Baker 

OF 

13 

12 

110 

Leron Lee 

OF 

10 

63 

Dustin Pedroia 

2B 

58 

Derrek Lee 

1B 

47 

Bob Forsch 

43 

Larry Bowa 

SS 

37 

Stan Hack 

3B 

35 

Greg Vaughn 

OF 

27 

Tony Torcato 

INF 

  

26 

Steve Sax 

INF 

17 

Ken Forsch 

  

17 

Joe Marty 

OF 

  

10 

Bob Oliver 

INF 

  

Fernando Vina 

INF 

  

Ernie Bonham 

  

Wally Westlake 

OF 

  

Andy Fox 

INF 

  

  

Fred Arroyo 

  

  

John Vukovich 

INF 

  

  

Larry Wolfe 

INF 

  

  

Geoff Jenkins 

OF 

  

Jermaine Dye 

OF 

  

Dion James 

OF 

  

Jerry Manuel 

INF 

  

Lowell Palmer 

  

Jay Hughes 

  

  

Woody Held 

INF 

  

  

Randy Lerch 

  

  

Chris Bosio 

  

  

Ron Bryant 

  

  

Bruce Edwards 

  

  

Butch Metzger 

  

  

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 Reader's Comments

In addition to providing their Top 3 picks, readers offered the following comments about the survey and/or certain players (Note: only those who approved the use of their comments are published below):


Leron Lee had an outstanding professional career in the MLB and Japanese Major League Baseball, as well as being a great teacher of baseball and life's lesson.
RIch Callahan, Carmichael


Leron Lee not only had an exceptional career in the States, but is internationally renown. Marcel --Granite Bay
No mention of Tony Torcato or even Mike Griffin both of Woodland, both high draft picks, both made Major League rosters however didn't spend a lot of time in the bigs ... Bobby Ehrke ... Sacramento


Pedroia is from Woodland, not Sacramento - so he shouldnt count. Barry Worthington Carmichael CA (Editor's Note: Our geographic boiundaries go north to Yuba City, east to Grass Valley, west to Winters and South to the Sac-Joaquin County line. Pretty much the same area as Sac Bee sports. My oversight for not making this clear in the previous page.).


Steve Sax had a better career than posted on this site. Check out how many games played, runs scored, stolen bases and hits. Greg Vaughn would be #1 if he had a better career Avg. Thank you Ken Clawson (Editor's Note: Sax's stats--including those cited above--are found on the preceding page, along with those of the other qualifying players.)


Thanks for giving the chance to say my choices--Anthony Costanzo Citrus Heights




Top 3 is too short. 5 would be a better number--Bill Enos Sacramento

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