Baseball Almanac lists well over 200 active players from the Domincan Republic. Click on the 'Ballplayers from the Domincan Republic' link below to see a list of those players, active and retired, that are from DR and have played in MLB.
In the 2011 season through the All-Star break, there have been 13 Cuban born players on MLB rosters ...
1) Pitcher Livan Hernandez of the Washington Nationals - born in Villa Clara.
2) Pitcher Danys Baez of the Philadelphia Phillies - born in Pinar del Rio.
3) Pitcher José Contreras of the Philadelphia Phillies - born in La Martinas.
4) Shortstop Yuniesky Betancourt of the Milwaukee Brewers - born in Santa Clara.
5) Catcher Brayan Peña of the Kansas City Royals - born in Havana.
6) Infielder Yunel Escobar of the Toronto Blue Jays - born in Havana.
7) Pitcher Alberto Castillo of the Arizona Diamondbacks - born in Havana.
8) First baseman Juan Miranda of the Arizona Diamondbacks - born in Consolacion del Sur.
9) Infielder Alexei Ramírez of the Chicago White Sox - born in Pinar del Rio.
10) Pitcher Aroldis Chapman of the Cincinnati Reds - born in Holguin.
11) Pitcher Yuniesky Maya of the Washington Nationals - born in Pinar del Rio.
12) Pitcher Raúl Valdés of the St. Louis Cardinals - born in Havana.
13) Shortstop Jose Iglesias of the Boston Red Sox - born in Havana.
103 Active MLB players (i.e., played at least one game in 2009) were born in the Dominican Republic, as of August 11.
The only one I know is Al Horford
according to my calculations 44
High school, college, single A minor league,a double AA minor league, and then triple AAA minor league.
Johnny's playing for the Wilmington, DE Blue Rocks, in the Class A Carolina League. The Blue Rocks are a minor league affiliate of the Kansas City Royals.
As a minor league baseball player, soon to be a great player, Mickey Mantle was paid $225 per month.
Minor league baseball was created in 1901.
There are 19 minor league divisions in baseball
Click on the 'Minor League Baseball Statistics' link on this page to go to the minor league's website.
Louisville Colonels - minor league baseball - ended in 1972.
Louisville Colonels - minor league baseball - was created in 1901.
Syracuse Stars - minor league baseball - was created in 1890.
Minor League Baseball Yearly - MiLBY - Awards was created in 2005.
No, the golden league is a league of "independent" teams and while it is still a professional baseball league, it is in no way affiliated with major league baseball. The term "minor league" refers to teams which are owned by major league organizations for the growth of their young talent.
Baseball America Minor League Player of the Year Award was created in 1981.