University of Texas at Austin Baseball Players Who Made it to the Major Leagues

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

"I am intense, no question about it. Every time I toe the rubber, it's no different for me than it was in the World Series. That might be somebody's only chance to see me pitch. They might have driven four hours to get there. I'm going to be out there if I can help it." - Roger Clemens in Sport Magazine(May 2000)
University of Texas
"Longhorns"

Major League Baseball Player Alumni

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Name [Click for M.L. Stats]

Dates Played

Debut / Box

1.

1900 - 1900

08-31-1908

2.

1912 - 1915

07-25-1915

3.

1913 - 1914

4.

1918 - 1920

5.

1920 - 1920

6.

1924 - 1924

7.

1922 - 1924

8.

1923 - 1925

9.

1925 - 1925

10.

1926 - 1927

11.

1925 - 1926

12.

1928 - 1930

13.

1928 - 1929

14.

1922 - 1924

15.

1927 - 1929

16.

1932 - 1934

17.

1931 - 1933

18.

1935 - 1936

19.

1934 - 1936

20.

1937 - 1937

21.

1934 - 1936

22.

1937 - 1939

23.

1941 - 1943

24.

1939 - 1941

25.

1939 - 1941

26.

1946 - 1947

27.

1947 - 1950

28.

1950 - 1950

29.

1947 - 1949

30.

1948 - 1950

31.

1954 - 1955

32.

1956 - 1957

33.

1957 - 1957

34.

1958 - 1958

35.

1956 - 1956

36.

1961 - 1963

37.

1960 - 1960

38.

1962 - 1964

39.

1964 - 1965

40.

1965 - 1966

University of Texas at Austin
"Longhorns"

Major League Baseball Player Alumni

#

Name [Click for M.L. Stats]

Dates Played

Debut / Box

41.

1969 - 1971

42.

1969 - 1972

43.

1968 - 1970

44.

1970 - 1971

45.

1973 - 1975

46.

1971 - 1973

47.

1972 - 1974

48.

1973 - 1976

49.

1976 - 1976

50.

1973 - 1975

51.

1976 - 1977

52.

1977 - 1979

53.

1977 - 1977

54.

1975 - 1977

55.

1978 - 1979

56.

1977 - 1979

57.

1978 - 1980

58.

1976 - 1979

59.

1978 - 1980

60.

1980 - 1982

61.

1982 - 1983

62.

1981 - 1983

63.

1982 - 1983

64.

1983 - 1985

65.

1978 - 1979, 1981 - 1981

66.

1984 - 1986

67.

1981 - 1983

68.

1982 - 1983

69.

1984 - 1985

70.

1983 - 1985

71.

1986 - 1987

72.

1984 - 1986

73.

1985 - 1985

74.

1988 - 1990

75.

1985 - 1987

76.

1983 - 1983

77.

1989 - 1989

78.

1986 - 1987

79.

1990 - 1990

80.

1991 - 1993

81.

1991 - 1991

82.

1991 - 1991

83.

1992 - 1994

84.

1993 - 1995

85.

1990 - 1992

86.

1994 - 1994

87.

1994 - 1994

88.

1998 - 2000

89.

2000 - 2002

90.

1997 - 1998

91.

2002 - 2004

92.

2003 - 2004

93.

2001 - 2003

94.

2002 - 2002

95.

2002 - 2004

96.

2003 - 2005

97.

2002 - 2003

98.
2004 - 2006
99.
2007 - 2007
100.
2003 - 2004
101.
2008 - 2009
102.
2008 - 2010
103.
2006 - 2008
104.
2008 - 2010
105.
2008 - 2010
106.
2011 - 2013
107.
2009 - 2011
108.

2014 - 2016

09-14-2019
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Name [Click for M.L. Stats]

Dates Played

Debut / Box

University of Texas M.L.B. Player Alumni



The University of Texas at Austin baseball program started in 1895, Walter Morris was the first former Longhorn to make it to the Major League level.
Did you know that there were one-hundred eight former University of Texas ballplayers who made it to the show? Send updates to Baseball Almanac . Did you know that Adam Dunn had committed to play football for the University of Texas while in High School? The Cincinnati Reds, who drafted him 50th overall, agreed to a deal which allowed Dunn to play minor league baseball during the summer and return to Texas in August to play football. Dunn redshirted his freshman season, was asked to move to the tight end position his second year, but decided against it and left Texas to concentrate on baseball.
University of Texas at Austin baseball players who attended AND played at other colleges / universities: Randy Jackson who also played at Texas Christian University , Tim Belk who also played at Lubbock Christian University and J.P. Howell who played at the University of Southern California .
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