College of the Holy Cross Baseball Players Who Made it to the Major Leagues

Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive chart of every College of the Holy Cross alumni who played baseball at College of the Holy Cross AND made it to the Major League level.

"The right fielder has to be very careful when a fight breaks out and the benches empty. He's always got his back to the enemy bullpen." - Mike Hegan (1969)
College of the Holy Cross
"Crusaders"

Major League Baseball Player Alumni

Name [Click for M.L. Stats]

Dates Played

Debut / Box

1868 - 1870

04-26-1876

1878 - 1879

08-25-1879

1883 - 1884

07-20-1884

1881 - 1884

07-26-1884

1881 - 1885

10-08-1885

1886 - 1889

04-28-1890

1885 - 1888

04-09-1891

1889 - 1891

08-08-1891

1892 - 1893

06-15-1893

1890 - 1893

06-15-1893

1889 - 1892

06-18-1893

1891 - 1893

08-03-1893

1891 - 1892

06-06-1894

1895 - 1896

04-22-1897

1891 - 1893

05-18-1897

1895 - 1897

06-09-1897

1895 - 1897

08-20-1897

1894 - 1897

06-12-1898

1894 - 1898

09-12-1899

1890 - 1893

09-14-1899

1898 - 1901

09-20-1901

1899 - 1901

04-28-1902

1901 - 1903

09-17-1902

1901 - 1903

07-15-1903

1900 - 1904

06-20-1904

1901 - 1904

07-02-1904

1904 - 1906

06-27-1906

1904 - 1906

07-07-1906

1906 - 1907

07-13-1908

1904 - 1905

08-15-1908

1906 - 1908

10-06-1908

1905 - 1906

10-02-1909

1904 - 1906

04-22-1910

1905 - 1907

04-25-1910

1907 - 1910

07-05-1910

1908 - 1911

05-15-1911

1908 - 1912

09-08-1913

1912 - 1916

06-27-1916

1913 - 1917

06-27-1917

1916 - 1917

07-05-1917

1916 - 1919

07-05-1919

1917 - 1919

07-30-1919

1917 - 1919

09-07-1919

1916 - 1919

09-15-1919

1919 - 1922

06-27-1922

1919 - 1922

09-22-1922

1920 - 1923

08-16-1923

1922 - 1925

06-20-1925

1922 - 1925

06-22-1925

1923 - 1926

06-18-1926

1924 - 1926

06-17-1927

1926 - 1929

07-07-1929

1929 - 1929

07-19-1929

1928 - 1930

06-22-1930

1928 - 1930

06-29-1930

1927 - 1930

07-13-1930

1929 - 1931

07-26-1931

1924 - 1926

04-12-1932

1929 - 1931

05-17-1932

1925 - 1927

05-29-1932

1932 - 1934

06-28-1934

1931 - 1933

09-19-1934

1933 - 1935

06-21-1935

1928 - 1936

06-21-1936

1935 - 1936

04-24-1937

1936 - 1938

06-10-1938

1936 - 1938

07-01-1938

1940 - 1941

06-20-1943

1940 - 1944

05-19-1944

1951 - 1953

06-16-1953

1954 - 1957

09-24-1957

1956 - 1958

04-18-1964

1961 - 1961

09-13-1964

1963 - 1964

1968 - 1969

1970 - 1971

Name [Click for M.L. Stats]

Dates Played

Debut / Box

College of the Holy Cross M.L.B. Player Alumni



The College of the Holy Cross baseball program started in 1843 and Tim Murnane was their first player to make it to the Major League level.

Did you know that there are seventy-six former College of the Holy Cross players who made it to the show? Send corrections or updates to Baseball Almanac .

The Holy Cross Crusaders team color is royal purple, their home games are played on Fitton Field, they do not have any team-specific Hall of Fame, and twelve of their players also played college ball at a different school.

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