More than 300 Former Division I
Players in Big Leagues
In looking at the active rosters
and disabled lists of the 30 Major
League teams on April 10, there are 303 who played Division I
baseball. That represents nearly 40% of the 750 major leaguers.
There are 131 Division I schools which have at
least one alum in the major leagues. LSU leads the way with
big-leaguers, followed by Florida State, Nevada, Oklahoma and
Stanford with seven. There are six major leaguers from Arizona
State (including Dustin Pedroia, pictured above), Long Beach
State, Rice, UCLA and USC.
Toronto leads the major league teams with 17
Division I players on its active roster and DL. Tampa Bay and
Arizona both have 16, while Minnesota, Oakland and San Francisco
each have 14. The Angels have the lowest number with four,
followed by the Royals, Braves and Yankees with five.
There are links to lists divided by school and by
Major League teams.
Major Leaguers by School
A through K
L through P
Q through Z
Division I Players in the American League
Division I Players in the National League
(photo courtesy of ASU Media