Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive chart of every Tulane University alumni who played baseball at Tulane University AND made it to the Major League level.
"The biggest improvement (Andy) Sheets made was at the plate, where he turned into a more aggressive hitter who showed some power. He said the change was more in his approach than anything technical, and it clearly worked, though he still can be overpowered by a good fastball. Sheets is a steady defender who can make all the routine plays, but he rarely does anything spectacular. He is versatile enough to play all four infield positions but is best suited to be in the middle." - Stats, Inc. (2004)
Major League Baseball Player Alumni
The Tulane University baseball program started in 1893, Pat McGehee was the first former Green Wave to make it to the Major League level. Names that appear on the chart above in bold print are in the Tulane University Hall of Fame.
Turchin Stadium, home of the Green Wave, opened on March 11, 1991, and has been a comfortable place to play as Tulane University has a .700+ winning percentage in games played within its friendly confines.