The shortest player in all of baseball is Chris Gates, a shortstop for the Fort Myres Miracle; the Minnesota Twins A team. He is 5'3" tall.
Eddie Gaedel, all 3' 7" of him, is the shortest player to have ever played in MLB when he was sent up to pinch hit in a game between the St. Louis Browns and Detroit Tigers on August 19, 1951.
Muggsy Bogues who was 5'3''
alex rodriguez, babe Ruth or mickey mantle
Mickey Mantle played for the New York Yankees.
The cast of Style of the Stars - 1947 includes: Mel Allen as Mel Allen Patty Berg as Champion Golfer Lou Boudreau as All-Star Baseball Player Bill Dickey as All-Star Baseball Player Joe DiMaggio as All-Star Baseball Player Leo Durocher as Brooklyn Dodgers Baseball Manager Ralph Kiner as All-Star Baseball Player Bob Lemon as All-Star Baseball Player Stan Musial as All-Star Baseball Player Johnny Sain as All-Star Baseball Player Duke Snider as All-Star Baseball Player Warren Spahn as All-Star Baseball Player Pee Wee Reese as All-Star Baseball Player
Eddie Gaedel, all 3' 7" of him, is the shortest player to have ever played in MLB when he was sent up to pinch hit in a game between the St. Louis Browns and Detroit Tigers on August 19, 1951. Click on the 'Eddie Gaedel' link on this page to read the story of his appearance in an MLB game.
The worst baseball player of all time probably does not play professional baseball. Bill Bergen is listed among the worst professional baseball players of all time.
Brian Gionta Stephen Gionta and Mats Zucarrello are all 5'7
The Tempest. Macbeth is the third shortest. Comedy of Errors is of course the shortest of all.
Powell river, bc has the shortest river which the town is named after Two rivers in the US currently claim to be the shortest. The D River in Lincoln City, OR was measured as being the shortest "at extreme high tide." It empties into the Pacific. However at all other times the Roe River in Montana measures as the shortest river in the world
The shortest players on the 1962 Boston Patriots were:Fred Bruney, DB, #33Ron Burton, HB, #22Don Webb, DB #42They were all 5'10".