one million players
yes they have
In order for players to be playable players in "MLB 08 The Show," they must have played at least 1 game in the previous Major League Baseball season and they cannot be 1 of the players that are known as "replacement players" meaning players who played during the 1995 season while there was a Baseball strike ongoing, this is because the replacement players are banned from entering into the Players' Association which means they cannot be in any games that are under license with Major League Baseball and the Players' Association.
about every single one of them, lol
A total of 1,178 foreign born players have played in the Premier League, most of them Internationals with their home National Team. Far to many to list.
As of 2011, about 38 percent of the Major League Baseball players had played in college. Within the past 10 years, approximately 56 percent of the picks in the first round in the MLB draft are college players. Only about 10 percent of male college baseball players will get drafted.
None of the players that played in the '95 Major League Baseball World Series regardless of being from the National League Champion; Atlanta Braves or the Cleveland Indians are currently playing with any of the Major League Baseball teams in 2014.
18 or 20. In games played where the home team is from the National League, there are 9 players on each team. In games played where the home team is from the American League there are 10 players on each team. This is because the American League allows for a designated hitter, whereas the National League does not.
Amost all of them
The Negro Leagues
jeb lowery, tait baik and josh bard
None of the players that played in the 1997 Major League Baseball World Series regardless of being from the American League Champion; Cleveland Indians or the National League Champion; Florida Marlins are currently playing in the Major Leagues as of 2014.
I think just bo jackson
Many Major League Baseball players played football in high school. Most notably, last year's AL MVP, Joe Mauer, was the nation's number one high school recruit as a quarterback. He signed with the Florida State Seminoles, but obviously chose baseball instead.
Ed Vosberg and Jason Varitek were the only baseball players to appear in the Little League World Series, the College World Series and Major League Baseball's World Series.
Nolan Ryan played 27 seasons. Several players played 26 (including Tommy John). Ricky Henderson played 25, the most for a position player.
As baseball is played all around the world many teams play in foreign countries. However, the only major league team to play in a foreign country are the Toronto Blue Jays who play home games in Canada.
Baseball was at it's height of popularity in 1941. The outbreak of WW2 change all that when over 500 Major League players enlisted. But the games were played using minor league players and attendance suffered very little. After the war baseball soon became just as popular as it is today.
Although, several Black players played Major League Baseball in the early days, it was an unwritten rule against Black players in MLB until 1942 when the Brooklyn Dodgers signed and played Jackie Robinson, which opened the door for Blacks in the Majors.
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.