Baseball History on September 10

Baseball history on September 10, including a list of every Major League baseball player born on September 10, a list of every Major League baseball player who died on September 10, a list of every Major League baseball player who made their big league debut on September 10, and a list of every Major League baseball player whose final big league game was on September 10.

"No matter how your mind works, baseball reaches out to you. If you're an emotional person, baseball asks for your heart. If you are a thinking man or a thinking woman, baseball wants your opinion. Whether you are left-brain or right-brain, Type A or Type Z, whether your mind is bent towards mathematics or toward history or psychology or geometry, whether you are young or old, baseball has its way of asking for you. If you are a reader, there is always something new to read about baseball, and always something old. If you are a sedentary person, a TV watcher, baseball is on TV; if you always have to be going somewhere, baseball is somewhere you can go. If you are a collector, baseball offers you a hundred things that you can collect. If you have children, baseball is something you can do with children; if you have parents and cannot talk to them, baseball is something you can still talk to them about." - Baseball Historian Bill James in The New Bill James Historical Baseball Abstract
Baseball History on September 10

Baseball Births on September 10 / Baseball Deaths on September 10

Baseball History on September 10

Baseball Debuts on September 10 / Baseball Retirements on September 10

1884 - Johnny Lavin
1886 - George Shoch
1886 - Elmer Smith
1886 - Len Sowders
1890 - Jay Budd
1895 - Danny Friend
1895 - Joe Harrington
1898 - Stub Smith
1899 - Sam Crawford
1900 - Jiggs Donahue
1901 - Tom Donovan
1901 - Jim McGuire
1902 - Paddy Greene
1902 - Rube Kisinger
1902 - Pete Lamer
1902 - John Murphy
1902 - Lew Ritter
1902 - Bill Wolff
1904 - Ralph Caldwell
1904 - Harry Ostdiek
1904 - Doc Reisling
1905 - Art Hoelskoetter
1906 - Tommy Madden
1906 - Dave Shean
1907 - Harry Coveleski
1910 - Ody Abbott
1910 - Eddie Hohnhorst
1910 - Alex Malloy
1910 - Roy Mitchell
1910 - Hub Northen
1910 - Bill Steele
1912 - Stan Coveleski
1912 - Willie Jensen
1912 - Jack Kibble
1912 - Rabbit Maranville
1912 - Lou Nagelsen
1912 - Jim Neher
1912 - Ernie Wolf
1914 - Ike McAuley
1914 - Jack McCandless
1915 - Rogers Hornsby
1915 - Ted Reed
1916 - Burleigh Grimes
1916 - Lou Guisto
1916 - Earl Smith
1917 - Gene Bailey
1917 - Al Baird
1917 - Ralph Sharman
1919 - Dan Boone
1919 - Lafayette Henion
1919 - Will Koenigsmark
1919 - Roy Parker
1919 - Lena Styles
1920 - Joe Sewell
1921 - Sarge Connally
1921 - Carter Elliott
1923 - Eddie Pick
1925 - Bill Anderson
1926 - Denny Sothern
1930 - Luke Appling
1932 - Jim Winford
1933 - Bert Delmas
1934 - George Caster
1934 - Hugo Klaerner
1934 - Mark Mauldin
1935 - Calvin Chapman
1936 - Hal Luby
1941 - Hank Edwards
1941 - Red Embree
1941 - Harry Feldman
1941 - Ronnie Miller
1941 - Vinnie Smith
1942 - Frank McElyea
1942 - Ed Murphy
1942 - Marv Rickert
1942 - Johnny Wyrostek
1943 - Rufe Gentry
1946 - Marv Grissom
1946 - Dick Lajeskie
1946 - Paul Lehner
1946 - Les Moss
1946 - Tommy Neill
1946 - Jerry Witte
1947 - Matt Batts
1947 - Pete Castiglione
1947 - Willie Jones
1947 - Al Rosen
1949 - Bill Higdon
1952 - Milt Bolling
1952 - Hersh Freeman
1952 - Bill Tuttle
1953 - Eddie Phillips
1954 - Joe Durham
1955 - Hank Aguirre
1955 - Earl Battey
1955 - Rocky Colavito
1955 - Bud Daley
1955 - Red Swanson
1957 - Jim Gentile
1957 - Gene Green
1957 - Fred Kipp
1957 - Barry Latman
1958 - John Buzhardt
1958 - Frank Howard
1958 - Earl Robinson
1959 - Jim Bailey
1959 - Duke Carmel
1959 - Ken Hunt
1959 - J.C. Martin
1959 - Tim McCarver
1959 - Gary Peters
1959 - Gordie Windhorn
1960 - Phil Ortega
1961 - Lou Brock
1961 - Gary Dotter
1961 - Ken Hubbs
1962 - Jack Smith
1963 - Jesus Alou
1963 - Ron Herbel
1963 - Willie Horton
1965 - Ollie Brown
1965 - Fergie Jenkins
1965 - Bob Oliver
1966 - George Korince
1966 - Don Pepper
1966 - Rich Robertson
1967 - Frank Coggins
1967 - Mike Torrez
1968 - Walt Hriniak
1968 - Mike Jorgensen
1968 - John Mayberry
1968 - Danny Morris
1968 - Fred Rath
1968 - Al Santorini
1969 - Ron Blomberg
1969 - Frank Brosseau
1969 - George Foster
1969 - Scott Reid
1970 - Buddy Harris
1970 - Dave Robinson
1970 - Leroy Stanton
1972 - Mike Adams
1972 - Bob Boone
1972 - Mike Cosgrove
1972 - Randy Elliott
1972 - Johnny Grubb
1972 - Dave Hilton
1972 - Dave Rosello
1972 - Steve Simpson
1972 - Chris Ward
1973 - Wenty Ford
1973 - Jim Fuller
1973 - Phil Garner
1974 - John Balaz
1974 - Tom Johnson
1974 - Ray Knight
1974 - Gary Lavelle
1974 - Sixto Lezcano
1974 - Jack Lind
1974 - Jerry Mumphrey
1974 - Brock Pemberton
1975 - Dan Briggs
1976 - Bob Knepper
1977 - Steve Burke
1977 - John Caneira
1977 - Bobby Castillo
1977 - Mike Edwards
1977 - Larry McCall
1977 - Ron Washington
1978 - Dave Cripe
1978 - Jim Gaudet
1978 - Scott Meyer
1978 - Ron Oester
1980 - Dave LaPoint
1982 - Tom Henke
1982 - Curt Kaufman
1982 - Larry Ray
1983 - Curtis Wilkerson
1984 - Scott Earl
1984 - Billy Hatcher
1984 - Dave Leeper
1984 - Zane Smith
1985 - Jose Guzman
1985 - Pat Keedy
1986 - Randy Bockus
1986 - Willie Fraser
1986 - Phil Ouellette
1986 - Sergio Valdez
1987 - Jose Mesa
1987 - Greg Tabor
1988 - Tom Lampkin
1988 - Vance Lovelace
1988 - Torey Lovullo
1989 - Darrin Fletcher
1989 - Tommy Greene
1989 - Mike Hartley
1989 - Terry Jorgensen
1989 - Jose Vizcaino
1990 - Hector Wagner
1990 - Turner Ward
1991 - Kyle Abbott
1991 - Mike Christopher
1991 - Archie Corbin
1991 - Chris Gardner
1991 - Jeff Gardner
1993 - Brian Anderson
1993 - Rich Becker
1993 - Midre Cummings
1993 - Denny Hocking
1993 - Scott Stahoviak
1993 - Tony Womack
1995 - Ed Giovanola
1995 - Darrell May
1995 - Eddie Perez
1995 - Jay Powell
1996 - Jose Silva
1997 - Rick Gorecki
1997 - Jimmy Hurst
1997 - Darrin Winston
1998 - Edgard Clemente
1998 - Brian Daubach
1999 - Jason Boyd
1999 - Mike Garcia
1999 - Erik Hiljus
1999 - Julio Ramirez
1999 - Juan Sosa
2000 - Randy Keisler
2001 - Andy Abad
2002 - Luke Allen
2002 - Josh Hancock
2002 - Trey Hodges
2002 - Shane Loux
2002 - Victor Martinez
2002 - Wily Mo Pena
2002 - Freddy Sanchez
2004 - Logan Kensing
2004 - Dallas McPherson
2005 - Travis Bowyer
2005 - Chris Duncan
2005 - Chris Heintz
2005 - Josh Johnson
2006 - Justin Hampson
2006 - Shane Youman
2007 - Daric Barton
2008 - Mike Ekstrom
2008 - Scott Lewis
2009 - Ian Desmond
2009 - Tobi Stoner
2010 - Edgmer Escalona
2010 - Brandon Kintzler
2010 - Zach Kroenke
2010 - Mark Rogers
2010 - Brandon Snyder
2010 - Henry Villar
2011 - Pedro Florimon
2011 - George Kontos
2011 - Jeff Locke
2013 - Miguel Gonzalez
2013 - Cameron Rupp
2014 - Nick Tropeano
2016 - James Beresford
2016 - Blake Smith
Players Born on, Died on, Debut on, Finished on September 10


Baseball history on September 10 includes a total of 52 Major League baseball players born that day of the year, 19 Major League baseball players who died on that date, 262 baseball players who made their Major League debut on that date, and 68 Major League baseball players who appeared in their final game that date.

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Bill James, on the same page of the same book we used at the top of this page, said, "But as I began to do research on the history of baseball (in order to discuss the players more intelligently) I began to feel that there was a history a baseball that had not been written at that time, a history of good and ordinary players, a history of being a fan, a history of games that meant something at the time but mean nothing now." To that end, I have created Baseball Almanac. A site to worship baseball. A site by a fan who is trying to tell the history of good and ordinary baseball players .

Last-Modified: July 9, 2019 12:47 PM EST

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