The Ballplayers
A Baseball Player Encyclopedia (McDonough to McNulty)

Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive list of EVERY Major League player whose last name falls between the names above. Included on the chart are links to the players biography, the years he played, an Auto(graphed) baseball card notation (Y=Yes) and a (HOF) Hall of Fame mark (Y=Yes). Bold entries stand for active players which are defined as those who played in at least one Major League game during the most recently completed season.

"He (Mickey Mantle) can run, steal bases, throw, hit for average, and hit with power like I've never seen. Just don't put him at shortstop." - Kansas City Athletics Manager (1957-1959) Harry Craft
The Ballplayers

A Comprehensive Player Registry

McDonough
to
McNulty
M is for Matty,
Who carried a charm
In the form of an extra
brain in his arm.
2,004 Players
1909 - 1910
1895 - 1896
1895 - 1905
1951 - 1960
Y
2005 - 2005
Y
1987 - 1999
Y
1985 - 1994
Y
1985 - 1996
Y
1961 - 1975
Y
1989 - 2001
Y
1884 - 1884
1909 - 1911
1916 - 1916
1942 - 1942
1974 - 1979
Y
1930 - 1931
1998 - 2006
Y
1901 - 1902
1895 - 1895
1968 - 1970
Y
1892 - 1892
1895 - 1899
1902 - 1906
1884 - 1884
1893 - 1908
1896 - 1903
1945 - 1945
1895 - 1896
2013 - 2019
1962 - 1968
1890 - 1903
1981 - 1991
Y
1917 - 1918
1946 - 1947
1905 - 1905
1895 - 1895
1896 - 1908
1884 - 1896
1912 - 1912
1912 - 1912
1886 - 1891
1876 - 1882
1935 - 1942
1934 - 1934
1925 - 1925
2010 - 2019
Y
1982 - 1999
Y
1903 - 1903
1911 - 1911
2008 - 2016
Y
1993 - 1993
1912 - 1912
1944 - 1945
1950 - 1955
1977 - 1978
Y
1907 - 1907
1890 - 1896
1944 - 1944
1908 - 1908
1904 - 1905
1876 - 1876
1968 - 1972
Y
1890 - 1890
1893 - 1893
1882 - 1887
1992 - 1995
Y
1899 - 1908
Y - 1946
1999 - 2000
Y
1886 - 1888
1972 - 1982
Y
1949 - 1950
Y
1965 - 1973
Y
1906 - 1908
2015 - 2015
1905 - 1905
1922 - 1937
2005 - 2017
Y
2017 - 2017
1948 - 1948
2018 - 2019
1912 - 1912
2017 - 2018
1917 - 1929
1891 - 1906
Y - 1937
1914 - 1914
1997 - 1997
Y
1965 - 1984
Y
1976 - 1988
Y
1922 - 1924
1986 - 2004
Y
1987 - 1994
Y
1892 - 1892
1890 - 1890
2013 - 2013
1876 - 1884
1988 - 1989
Y
1884 - 1912
2017 - 2018
1901 - 1901
1962 - 1967
2018 - 2018
1997 - 2002
Y
1894 - 1894
1914 - 1919
1879 - 1882
1986 - 2001
Y
1898 - 1898
1908 - 1908
1943 - 1948
1910 - 1916
1918 - 1922
1981 - 1982
2012 - 2019
1921 - 1921
1906 - 1909
1957 - 1958
1909 - 1927
1905 - 1913
1974 - 1975
Y
1990 - 1996
Y
1883 - 1883
1901 - 1912
1911 - 1911
1895 - 1901
1937 - 1943
Y
1927 - 1932
2002 - 2004
Y
1975 - 1982
Y
2019 - 2019
1915 - 1915
1887 - 1899
1907 - 1920
Y - 1962
1884 - 1884
1972 - 1973
1913 - 1916
1943 - 1944
1996 - 2002
1884 - 1884
1932 - 1934
1878 - 1882
1884 - 1884
1898 - 1899
1877 - 1877
1915 - 1916
2010 - 2016
Y
1986 - 1987
Y
1884 - 1886
1890 - 1891
2018 - 2019
1901 - 1901
1970 - 1977
Y
1884 - 1887
2015 - 2015
1989 - 1994
Y
1960 - 1962
2000 - 2001
Y
1963 - 1972
Y
1907 - 1907
1932 - 1932
1912 - 1915
1884 - 1890
1976 - 1982
Y
1977 - 1983
1882 - 1884
1884 - 1884
1932 - 1932
1977 - 1984
Y
1931 - 1933
1914 - 1914
1937 - 1945
1883 - 1891
1900 - 1903
1884 - 1884
1908 - 1908
1935 - 1935
1901 - 1915
2004 - 2007
Y
1951 - 1952
1986 - 2004
Y
2007 - 2007
Y
1930 - 1933
1938 - 1938
1944 - 1964
Y
2005 - 2014
Y
1902 - 1902
1956 - 1956
1908 - 1908
1957 - 1974
Y
1892 - 1893
2017 - 2019
Y
1889 - 1897
1902 - 1902
1899 - 1904
1960 - 1960
Y
1913 - 1913
1920 - 1934
1879 - 1879
1968 - 1968
1993 - 2000
Y
1890 - 1890
1922 - 1929
1951 - 1966
Y
1977 - 1977
Y
1908 - 1912
1996 - 2004
Y
1887 - 1887
1925 - 1929
1962 - 1977
Y
1914 - 1920
1983 - 1995
Y
1945 - 1945
1893 - 1893
1929 - 1942
1962 - 1975
Y
1915 - 1925
1939 - 1939
1927 - 1928
1922 - 1922
1992 - 1993
Y
1922 - 1926
1922 - 1922
1932 - 1932
1901 - 1901
1983 - 1983
1924 - 1931
1993 - 1993
Y
2018 - 2019
1919 - 1919
1964 - 1973
Y
1999 - 1999
Y
1904 - 1904
1969 - 1972
Y
1922 - 1927


Did you know that the all-time career home run leader whose last name begins with a letter 'M' is Willie Mays with six-hundred sixty (660) long balls?

Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a geographical breakdown of players born in U.S. States which begin with a 'M': Massachusetts with six-hundred thirty-six (636), Maryland with two-hundred sixty-eight (268), Maine with seventy-one (71), Michigan with four-hundred four (404), Minnesota with one-hundred forty-seven (147), Missouri with five-hundred fifty (550), Mississippi with one-hundred seventy (170), and Montana with eighteen (18) ballplayers.

Some of the most popular players clicked on by visitors in this section are: Greg Maddux , Mickey Mantle , Juan Marichal , Edgar Martinez , Pedro Martinez , Christy Mathewson , Willie Mays , Willie McCovey , Mark McGwire , Jamie Moyer , Eddie Murray , Stan Musial and Mike Mussina .

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