Seton Hall University Baseball Players Who Made it to the Major Leagues

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

"I'm not all that concerned with hits until the games count (discussing his four-for-four Spring Training game). It was nice to see Carlos (Hernandez) back. That's more important to me." - Craig Biggio
Seton Hall College
"Pirates"

Major League Baseball Player Alumni

#

Name [Click for M.L. Stats]

Dates Played

M.L. Debut

1.

1906 - 1910

09-04-1910

2.

1910 - 1913

06-24-1913

3.

1914 - 1915

07-07-1915

4.

1914 - 1915

10-07-1915

5.

1910 - 1914

6.

1913 - 1922

7.

1927 - 1931

8.

1939 - 1939

9.

1938 - 1942

10.

1940 - 1942

Seton Hall University
"Pirates"

Major League Baseball Player Alumni

#

Name [Click for M.L. Stats]

Dates Played

M.L. Debut

11.

1948 - 1951

12.

1958 - 1959

13.

1961 - 1962

14.

1962 - 1963

15.

1961 - 1964

16.

1973 - 1975

17.

1974 - 1977

18.

1975 - 1976

19.

1980 - 1982

20.

1982 - 1984

21.

1985 - 1987

22.

1987 - 1989

23.

1987 - 1989

24.

1986 - 1988

25.

1984 - 1986

26.

1993 - 1995

27.

1995 - 1997

28.
1993 - 1995
29.

2011 - 2013

#

Name [Click for M.L. Stats]

Dates Played

Debut / Box

Seton Hall University M.L.B. Player Alumni



Seton Hall University's baseball program started in 1863 and Jack Ferry was their first player to make it to the Major League level. Names that appear on the chart above in bold print are in the Seton Hall University Hall of Fame.

Did you know that there are twenty-nine former Seton Hall players who made it to the major leagues? Send updates to Baseball Almanac .

Seton Hall College / Seton Hall University has had a long & storied baseball program which has started and stopped many times during its history: 1863, 1865, 1873-74, 1877-1878, 1880, 1882-1892, 1895, 1898-1910, 1912-1932, 1935-1942 and 1946-today.

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