North Carolina State University Baseball Players Who Made it to the Major Leagues

Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive chart of every North Carolina State University alumni who played baseball at North Carolina State University AND made it to the Major League level.

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"Taking the approach of having fun and remembering that this is a kid's game, helped me earn a spot on the 25 man roster and a chance to play in the big-leagues. It is a dream come true and an opportunity of a lifetime and I am going to have fun along the way." - Adam Everett on AtTheYard.com (March 20, 2002)

North Carolina College of Agricultural and Mechanical Arts
"Wolfpack"

Major League Baseball Player Alumni

1.
1910 - 1912
06-05-1912
2.
1915 - 1915

North Carolina College of Agricultural and Engineering
"Wolfpack"

Major League Baseball Player Alumni

3.
1919 - 1919
4.
1917 - 1920
5.
1918 - 1921
6.
1924 - 1924
7.
1921 - 1924
8.
1923 - 1925
9.
1927 - 1928
10.
1931 - 1932
11.
1934 - 1936
12.
1932 - 1932

North Carolina State University
"Wolfpack"

Major League Baseball Player Alumni

13.
1968 - 1971
14.
1972 - 1974
15.
1968 - 1970
16.
1981 - 1983
17.
1980 - 1982
18.
1982 - 1984
19.
1986 - 1986
20.
1982 - 1984
21.
1983 - 1985
22.
1984 - 1986
23.
1986 - 1988
24.
1990 - 1991
25.
1987 - 1990
26.
1994 - 1996
27.
1992 - 1995
28.
1996 - 1996
29.
2002 - 2003
30.
2003 - 2005
31.
2001 - 2003
32.
2005 - 2006
33.
2005 - 2006
34.
2006 - 2006
35.
2006 - 2008
36.
2006 - 2008
37.
2007 - 2007
38.
2004 - 2006
39.
2008 - 2010
40.
2012 - 2014
41.
2009 - 2011
42.
2012 - 2014
43.
2014 - 2016
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The North Carolina State University baseball program started in 1903, Dave Robertson was the first former Wolfpack to make it to the Major League level.

Did you know that there were forty-three former North Carolina State University ballplayers who made it to the show? Send updates to Baseball Almanac .

Four other former Major League ballplayers attended N.C. State, but did not play baseball for the Wolfpack. They are: Jake Wade , who made his Major League debut on April 22, 1936; Kemp Wicker , who made his Major League debut on August 14, 1936; Ben Steiner , who made his Major League debut on April 17, 1945; and Roger Craig , who made his Major League debut on July 17, 1955.

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