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A first baseman in Major League Baseball, currently with the Los Angeles Angels but best known as a St. Louis Cardinal. He is a perennial All-Star and appeared on the cover of MVP Baseball 2004.
The shortstop fans love to hate has graced several video game covers, as well as the standard roster inclusions.
Alfonso Soriano plays left field for the Chicago Cubs. He signed the largest contract in the history of the team.
Aramis Ramirez plays 3rd base for the Chicago Cubs. He has twice been selected to the National League All-Star team.
A retired Major League Baseball player. Although beloved by San Francisco Giants fans, he is infamous for his habit of appearing in video games.
A starting pitcher in Major League Baseball, playing for the New York Mets as of 2014. Colón won the Cy Young Award with the Anaheim Angels in 2005.
Considered by many to be one of the most talented general managers in baseball history, Billy Beane consistently builds a competitive Oakland Athletics team with limited resources.
A former multi-sport athlete and the only person who has been named an All-Star in both the NFL and the MLB. He became a fan favorite in the Tecmo Bowl series, for which he was nicknamed "Tecmo Bo".
Brian Wilson is an All-Star major league relief pitcher currently playing for the San Francisco Giants. He is notable for looking like Wooly Willy thanks to his big, dyed-black beard and for his eccentric personality.
A catcher in Major League Baseball, playing with the San Francisco Giants since 2009. He is praised both for his skills behind the plate and as a hitter, having been voted the 2010 National League Rookie of the Year and the 2012 NL MVP.
Son of an Orioles coach/manager, Cal Ripken Jr. is best known for his consecutive playing streak - having never missed a single game he was scheduled to play in for 17 years - earning him the nickname of "Iron Man".
Zambrano is a starting pitcher for the Chicago cubs and is their ace.
A former Major League Baseball player, best known as a slugging first-baseman for the Detroit Tigers in the 1990s. After "Big Daddy" retired, his son Prince Fielder became a star in his own right, and the two became the only father and son in MLB history to each hit 50+ home runs in a season.
Former pitcher Curt Schilling has appeared in baseball video games.
A very successful designated hitter in Major League Baseball, holding the all-time record for hits, RBIs and home runs by a DH. He has spent most of his career with the Boston Red Sox, helping the club win three World Series championships.
A former professional baseball player who spent his entire major league career as a shortstop for the New York Yankees. He was one of the most popular players in the game during his 20-year run, and was given the rare honorary title of team captain.
He is the first baseman for the Baltimore Orioles and he is a Gold Glove winner
An infielder for the Oakland Athletics since 2010. He is one of the few Major League Baseball players to opt for glasses instead of contact lenses.
A Venezuelan-born pitcher in Major League Baseball. Since his debut in 2005, he has risen to prominence as the Seattle Mariners' ace starter, notching a perfect game, a Cy Young Award, and over 1900 career strikeouts.
Frank Thomas is a retired baseball player who has been a playable character in may MLB games as well as his own game, Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball.
An outfielder in Major League Baseball, currently playing for the San Francisco Giants. He debuted with the Houston Astros in 2007.
A pro baseball player from Japan, best known for his 12-year run with the Seattle Mariners. He holds the all-time record for hits in a single season, as well as the 2001 American League MVP and Rookie of the Year awards, two batting titles, and 10 consecutive Gold Gloves as an outfielder.
Pro baseball shortstop for the Philadelphia Phillies.
John Elway is a retired NFL quarterback and winner of two Super Bowls.
Jonathan Papelbon is a professional baseball pitcher.
Retired professional baseball player that played from 1989 to mid-2010 for the Seattle Mariners, Cincinnati Reds, and Chicago White Sox.
A starting pitcher in Major League Baseball. Debuting late in 2009 for the San Francisco Giants, he has served as a regular member of the club's rotation since 2011, building a reputation as the team's ace.
A Major League Baseball player who is highly acclaimed for his hitting abilities. He is an eight-time All-Star and won the Triple Crown in 2012, the first batter to do so since 1967.
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