Baseball Reference has him playing for the Findlay Sluggers and Jackson Jaxons in 1895 and Newark Colts in 1898. A website about Grey has him playing for a team in Wheeling, WV in 1896 but doesn't mention what that team was.
No unless they play indoors
Players that play in the minor leagues
The big 2 in minor leagues is the AA and the AAA, but there are tons of leagues in minor league baseball. But first you might have to go play college baseball to appl for the minors i believe. keep researching an you'll find out sooneror later!
Babe Ruth 1st played in the minor leagues for the Baltimore Orioles at age 15.
No, a handful of polished college players go directly to the majors after being drafted, and also most of the Japanese players in the majors never played in the (American) minors.
Yes, he played for most of the Atlanta Braves' minor league teams, including Triple-A Gwinnett and Double-A Mississippi.
Yes, Gil Lopez did in fact play for the Yankees and was the only player scouted by Steinbrenner himself.
Robinson played in the minor leagues in 1946, and in the majors (specifically, for the Brooklyn Dodgers) from 1947 to 1956.
In an obituary written for Sparky's 2010 death, it is stated he got the nickname due to his feisty play in the minor leagues.
The playing time in the Minor Leagues by a player cannot be decided by time. It is a league that shows what the player is capable of, therefore showing higher level coaches (MLB) what they could do. Another name for it is: "Feeder team." The Minor Leagues are also used as Rehab for players coming off injuries. When 3rd baseman Pablo Sandoval injured his hamstring last month, he was sent to the Minor Leagues to get back in the groove of playing baseball.
He played 4 sports, track, baseball, basketball, and football.
Zane Beadles plays Guard for the Jacksonville Jaguars.