University of South Carolina Baseball Players Who Made it to the Major Leagues

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

"Adam (Everett) was acquired by the Astros from the Boston Red Sox after the 1999 season and instantly became one the team's top prospects. What makes Adam stand out is his ability to field the ball. Officials in the Astros organization believe Adam can be an All-Star shortstop one day based solelyon his fielding." - Yahoo! Sports (2003)
South Carolina College
"Gamecocks"

Major League Baseball Player Alumni

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Name [Click for M.L. Stats]

Dates Played

Debut / Box

1.

1892 - 1995

09-24-1895

2.

1901 - 1906

08-31-1906

3.

1902 - 1903

04-14-1908

University of South Carolina
"Gamecocks"

Major League Baseball Player Alumni

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Name [Click for M.L. Stats]

Dates Played

Debut / Box

4.

1912 - 1913

04-18-1914

5.

1912 - 1914

6.

1915 - 1918

7.

1915 - 1923

8.

1923 - 1924

9.

1933 - 1933

10.

1933 - 1934

11.

1969 - 1970

12.

1975 - 1975

13.

1972 - 1975

14.

1976 - 1977

15.

1978 - 1979

16.

1974 - 1977

17.

1977 - 1977

18.

1977 - 1977

19.

1975 - 1976

20.

1974 - 1976

21.

1980 - 1982

22.

1983 - 1985

23.

1978 - 1980

24.

1982 - 1984

25.

1985 - 1987

26.

1988 - 1990

27.

1987 - 1989

28.

1992 - 1993

29.

1990 - 1992

30.

1999 - 1999

31.

1996 - 1998

32.

1997 - 1998

33.
2002 - 2002
34.

2002 - 2003

35.

1999 - 2001

36.
1999 - 1999
37.
2001 - 2004
38.

2002 - 2003

39.

2004 - 2004

40.

2004 - 2005

41.
2002 - 2004
42.
2006 - 2008
43.
2003 - 2005
44.
2006 - 2008
45.
2008 - 2010
46.
2009 - 2011
47.
2009 - 2012
48.
2010 - 2012
49.
2008 - 2010
50.
2012 - 2014
51.
2010 - 2013
52.

2012 - 2014

05-06-2018
#

Name [Click for M.L. Stats]

Dates Played

Debut / Box

University of South Carolina M.L.B. Player Alumni



The University of South Carolina baseball program started in 1880, Doc McJames was the first former Gamecock to make it to the Major League level.
Did you know that there were fifty-two former University of South Carolina baseball players who made it to the majors? Send updates to Baseball Almanac .
There have been five former Gamecock players who attended & played college baseball at other universities. Those players are Doc McJames , Sumpter Clarke , Don Gordon , Brian Roberts and Adam Everett .
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