Baseball History on September 5

Baseball history on September 5, including a list of every Major League baseball player born on September 5, a list of every Major League baseball player who died on September 5, a list of every Major League baseball player who made their big league debut on September 5, and a list of every Major League baseball player whose final big league game was on September 5.

"No matter how your mind works, baseball reaches out to you. If you're an emotional person, baseball asks for your heart. If you are a thinking man or a thinking woman, baseball wants your opinion. Whether you are left-brain or right-brain, Type A or Type Z, whether your mind is bent towards mathematics or toward history or psychology or geometry, whether you are young or old, baseball has its way of asking for you. If you are a reader, there is always something new to read about baseball, and always something old. If you are a sedentary person, a TV watcher, baseball is on TV; if you always have to be going somewhere, baseball is somewhere you can go. If you are a collector, baseball offers you a hundred things that you can collect. If you have children, baseball is something you can do with children; if you have parents and cannot talk to them, baseball is something you can still talk to them about." - Baseball Historian Bill James in The New Bill James Historical Baseball Abstract
Baseball History on September 5

Baseball Births on September 5 / Baseball Deaths on September 5

Baseball History on September 5

Baseball Debuts on September 5 / Baseball Retirements on September 5

1876 - Bill Holbert
1876 - Lou Paul
1883 - Charlie Cady
1885 - Mike Drissel
1885 - Toad Ramsey
1890 - John Dolan
1893 - Pat McCauley
1901 - Larry Hesterfer
1902 - Ed Fisher
1902 - Buck Hooker
1905 - Rip Vowinkel
1906 - Ed Willett
1907 - Oscar Westerberg
1908 - Bob Bescher
1908 - Dick Hoblitzell
1908 - Ralph McLaurin
1909 - Chet Carmichael
1909 - Harry Otis
1909 - Clare Patterson
1911 - Red Smith
1912 - Frank Gregory
1914 - Lloyd Bishop
1914 - Paul Fittery
1915 - John Fluhrer
1915 - Bob O'Farrell
1915 - Charlie Young
1919 - Pat Collins
1919 - Hal Haid
1919 - Charlie High
1921 - Bernie Henderson
1921 - Howie Jones
1922 - Cecil Duff
1922 - Ike Kahdot
1922 - Pat McNulty
1923 - Hank Hulvey
1924 - Carl Yowell
1925 - Red Holt
1925 - Fresco Thompson
1928 - Dan Dugan
1928 - Joe Price
1931 - Buck Stanton
1932 - Hank Patterson
1933 - Phil Weintraub
1936 - Fred Archer
1938 - Woody Williams
1946 - Johnny Groth
1947 - Dick Starr
1948 - Ted Beard
1952 - Bill Bell
1952 - Ken Lehman
1954 - Woodie Held
1960 - Diomedes Olivo
1961 - Mike Hershberger
1962 - Freddie Burdette
1962 - John Kennedy
1962 - Dave Roberts
1963 - Steve Dillon
1963 - Tom Parsons
1963 - Tommie Reynolds
1964 - Vern Fuller
1964 - Blue Moon Odom
1965 - George Kernek
1966 - Jose Vidal
1967 - Jerry Kenney
1969 - Toby Harrah
1969 - Leron Lee
1969 - Jerry Morales
1969 - Bob Reed
1969 - Bob Spence
1970 - Ed Goodson
1970 - Ken Reynolds
1970 - Milt Wilcox
1971 - Jim Howarth
1971 - Terry Humphrey
1971 - Dave Rader
1971 - J.R. Richard
1971 - Jim Willoughby
1972 - Al Bumbry
1972 - Doc Medich
1972 - Ken Reitz
1972 - Joe Staton
1972 - Gary Thomasson
1972 - Mike Tyson
1972 - Hank Webb
1973 - Mike Easler
1973 - Greg Gross
1974 - Fred Lynn
1975 - Larry Andersen
1975 - Mike Flanagan
1977 - Mike Buskey
1977 - Dan Dumoulin
1977 - Al Holland
1977 - Eddie Miller
1977 - Lance Parrish
1977 - Mike Parrott
1978 - Steve Mura
1978 - Bobby Sprowl
1979 - Craig Eaton
1979 - Jesus Vega
1981 - Bud Black
1981 - Tom Brennan
1981 - Jeff Ransom
1982 - Doug Frobel
1983 - Dan Gladden
1983 - Alfonso Pulido
1984 - Vic Rodriguez
1984 - Jose Roman
1984 - Jim Scranton
1984 - Ron Shepherd
1985 - Mike Greenwell
1985 - Kevin Romine
1985 - Rob Woodward
1986 - Pat Dodson
1987 - Damon Berryhill
1987 - Marty Clary
1987 - Kevin Coffman
1988 - Dante Bichette
1988 - Erik Hanson
1988 - Mike Harkey
1988 - Scott Service
1988 - Trevor Wilson
1989 - Pat Combs
1989 - Jeff Datz
1989 - Shawn Holman
1990 - Rod Brewer
1990 - Scott Chiamparino
1990 - Steve Chitren
1990 - Scott Cooper
1990 - Geronimo Pena
1990 - Mike Perez
1990 - Mike Simms
1991 - Stu Cole
1991 - Vince Horsman
1991 - Joel Johnston
1991 - Randy Knorr
1991 - Bobby Moore
1992 - Bobby Ayala
1993 - Greg Blosser
1993 - Jeff McNeely
1993 - Ross Powell
1995 - Howard Battle
1995 - Marvin Benard
1995 - Doug Brady
1995 - Matt Lawton
1998 - Wes Helms
1998 - Fernando Seguignol
1998 - Craig Wilson
1998 - Tim Young
1999 - Jim Brower
1999 - Mike Romano
2000 - Frank Charles
2000 - Pedro Feliz
2000 - Oswaldo Mairena
2000 - Nate Rolison
2001 - Kurt Ainsworth
2001 - Cory Aldridge
2001 - Jalal Leach
2001 - Carlos Pena
2001 - Cody Ransom
2001 - Tim Spooneybarger
2001 - Yorvit Torrealba
2002 - Drew Henson
2002 - Ed Rogers
2003 - Clint Barmes
2003 - Jorge De Paula
2003 - Tom Gregorio
2003 - Koyie Hill
2003 - Noah Lowry
2003 - Lance Niekro
2003 - Pete Zoccolillo
2005 - Chris Booker
2005 - Francisco Liriano
2005 - Daniel Ortmeier
2006 - Andy Cannizaro
2006 - Shawn Riggans
2006 - Juan Salas
2006 - Eric Stults
2007 - Jonathan Albaladejo
2007 - Willie Collazo
2007 - Sam Fuld
2007 - Donny Lucy
2007 - Justin Maxwell
2007 - Felipe Paulino
2007 - Heath Phillips
2007 - J.R. Towles
2007 - Eugenio Velez
2007 - Bill White
2008 - Devon Lowery
2008 - Fernando Perez
2008 - Omir Santos
2008 - Matt Tuiasosopo
2009 - Victor Garate
2011 - Kyle Waldrop
2012 - Didi Gregorius
2012 - Tom Koehler
2012 - Shelby Miller
2012 - Pedro Villarreal
2013 - Johnny Monell
2014 - Kendall Graveman
2014 - Daniel Norris
2015 - Ramon Cabrera
2015 - Raudel Lazo
2015 - James Pazos
2015 - Ariel Pena
2015 - Giovanni Soto
2016 - Raul Alcantara
2016 - Ty Blach
2016 - Carson Kelly
2016 - Yohander Mendez
2017 - Victor Alcantara
2017 - J.P. Crawford
2017 - Jace Fry
2017 - Roberto Gomez
2017 - Reyes Moronta
2017 - Breyvic Valera
2018 - Jonathan Davis
2018 - Dean Deetz
2018 - Kevin Kramer
2018 - Kyle McGowin
2018 - C.D. Pelham
2018 - Rowdy Tellez
2019 - Erick Mejia
2019 - Brian Moran
2019 - Gabe Speier
2019 - Kean Wong
Players Born on, Died on, Debut on, Finished on September 5


Baseball history on September 5 includes a total of 65 Major League baseball players born that day of the year, 26 Major League baseball players who died on that date, 225 baseball players who made their Major League debut on that date, and 55 Major League baseball players who appeared in their final game that date.

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Bill James, on the same page of the same book we used at the top of this page, said, "But as I began to do research on the history of baseball (in order to discuss the players more intelligently) I began to feel that there was a history a baseball that had not been written at that time, a history of good and ordinary players, a history of being a fan, a history of games that meant something at the time but mean nothing now." To that end, I have created Baseball Almanac. A site to worship baseball. A site by a fan who is trying to tell the history of good and ordinary baseball players .

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