Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive chart of every University of Alabama alumni who played baseball at the University of Alabama AND made it to the Major League level.
"(Miller) Huggins, a former second baseman himself, knew a good second baseman when he saw one, and the hard-nosed, hard-hitting (Del) Pratt was the AL's best after Eddie Collins." - A.D. Suehsdorf in The BaseballLibrary.com
Major League Baseball Player Alumni
The University of Alabama baseball program started in 1892, Del Pratt was the first former Crimson Tide to make it to the Major League level.
The following Crimson Tide alumnus have appeared in a Fall Classic: Joe Sewell in the 1920 World Series , Riggs Stephenson in the 1929 World Series , Joe Sewell & Riggs Stephenson in the 1932 World Series , Luke Sewell in the 1933 World Series (and again as a manager in the 1944 World Series ), and Al Worthington in the 1965 World Series .