University of Alabama Baseball Players Who Made it to the Major Leagues

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.

Baseball Almanac Top Quote

"(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

University of Alabama
"Crimson Tide"

Major League Baseball Player Alumni

1.
1908 - 1909
04-11-1912
2.
1918 - 1919
3.
1917 - 1919
4.
1918 - 1920
5.
1919 - 1920
6.
1917 - 1920
7.
1919 - 1921
8.
1919 - 1920
9.
1920 - 1921
10.
1925 - 1926
11.
1923 - 1925
12.
1926 - 1927
13.
1926 - 1927
14.
1925 - 1926
15.
1925 - 1926
16.
1923 - 1924
17.
1922 - 1924
18.
1925 - 1926
19.
1929 - 1930
20.
1926 - 1927
21.
1925 - 1927
22.
1925 - 1927
23.
1929 - 1931
24.
1934 - 1934
25.
1934 - 1935
26.
1935 - 1936
27.
1933 - 1934
28.
1936 - 1939
29.
1935 - 1936
30.
1938 - 1939
31.
1936 - 1938
32.
1947 - 1947
33.
1947 - 1947
34.
1950 - 1952
35.
1949 - 1951
36.
1950 - 1951
37.
1949 - 1950
38.
1949 - 1954
39.
1948 - 1950
40.
1956 - 1958
41.
1970 - 1973
42.
1975 - 1977
43.
1981 - 1981
44.
1982 - 1984
45.
1981 - 1981
46.
1981 - 1983
47.
1985 - 1986
48.
1985 - 1988
49.
1989 - 1991
50.
1995 - 1996
51.
1992 - 1993
52.
1995 - 1997
53.
1999 - 2002
54.
1998 - 1998
55.
1996 - 1999
56.
2002 - 2003
57.
2002 - 2002
58.
2005 - 2006
59.
2006 - 2007
60.
2004 - 2006
61.
2004 - 2005
62.
2006 - 2008
63.
2008 - 2010
64.
2008 - 2010
65.
2009 - 2011
66.
2013 - 2014
67.
2012 - 2014
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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 .

Did you know that there were sixty-seven former University of Alabama ballplayers who made it to the majors? Send updates to Baseball Almanac .

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