Yes, there are 46 homosexual players in the MLB.
A team in MLB is allowed to dress 25 players for a game. There are 30 teams in MLB. That makes 750 players.
According to Baseball Almanac, there has never been an MLB player that was born in Argentina.
Yes. Some professional baseball players in the MLB have new cleats for each game, especially in the post season. Most, however, will only go through one or two pairs for a whole season.
About 20 percent of college baseball players go pro. May it be MLB or Triple-A
I don't have any official percentage, but I would say about half of MLB players played in college.
MLB players only use wooden bats. College level players use metal.
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.
42, as of a few years ago....http://indi.ca/2004/06/42-mlb-players-with-college-degrees/
According to Baseball Almanac, as of May 2015, USC still leads all-time with 109 MLB players. UT Austin is second with 105, and Arizona State has 103.
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No, but during drafts agents tend to go for the college players because they are a safer choice.
The highest percentage of college baseball players that get drafted into the MLB each year is about 2.5 percent This would be about 10 rookies per team - or 300 players. The exact number may fluctuate each year.