Baseball History on September 14

Baseball history on September 14, including a list of every Major League baseball player born on September 14, a list of every Major League baseball player who died on September 14, a list of every Major League baseball player who made their big league debut on September 14, and a list of every Major League baseball player whose final big league game was on September 14.

"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 14

Baseball Births on September 14 / Baseball Deaths on September 14

Baseball History on September 14

Baseball Debuts on September 14 / Baseball Retirements on September 14

1888 - Parson Nicholson
1889 - George Bausewine
1889 - Jack Fee
1895 - Monte McFarland
1895 - Carlton Molesworth
1895 - Deke White
1897 - Jimmy Sheckard
1898 - Doc Casey
1898 - Topsy Hartsel
1898 - Emmet Heidrick
1898 - Pop Williams
1899 - Chummy Gray
1899 - Mike Hickey
1899 - Frank McManus
1899 - Tom Messitt
1902 - Peaches Graham
1902 - Jim Hackett
1902 - Lou Polchow
1902 - George Starnagle
1902 - Art Weaver
1903 - Red Ames
1903 - Ed Pinnance
1906 - Frank Burke
1906 - Art Fromme
1907 - Pete Lister
1907 - Tris Speaker
1908 - Gus Salve
1909 - Red Downey
1910 - Dave Callahan
1910 - Charlie Girard
1910 - Dave Skeels
1910 - Orlie Weaver
1912 - Phil Redding
1913 - Zinn Beck
1914 - Fritz Scheeren
1915 - Shorty Dee
1915 - George Dumont
1915 - Charlie Pechous
1916 - Claude Thomas
1917 - Rollie Naylor
1919 - Jesse Baker
1919 - Clarence Fisher
1919 - Bill Snyder
1920 - Lyman Lamb
1920 - George Orme
1921 - Sam Barnes
1921 - Ben Mallonee
1923 - Taylor Douthit
1923 - Jimmy Hudgens
1925 - Charlie Engle
1926 - Dick Attreau
1926 - Joe Poetz
1927 - Pete Appleton
1927 - Carl Lind
1927 - Jim Wright
1929 - Bud Morse
1930 - George DeTore
1930 - Hank Greenberg
1932 - Hal Smith
1934 - Skinny Graham
1935 - Woody Upchurch
1936 - Morrie Arnovich
1936 - Elmer Burkart
1937 - Jimmy Bloodworth
1937 - Pinky Jorgensen
1937 - Dutch Mele
1937 - Goody Rosen
1938 - George Archie
1938 - Mort Cooper
1938 - Creepy Crespi
1938 - Tom Lanning
1938 - Benny McCoy
1938 - Ralph McLeod
1938 - Joe Rogalski
1939 - Roy Bruner
1939 - Tom Gorman
1939 - Bob Kennedy
1939 - Oad Swigart
1940 - Dixie Howell
1941 - Paul Busby
1941 - Gene Lambert
1942 - Andy Gilbert
1942 - Harry Shuman
1942 - Al Unser
1943 - Danny Doyle
1943 - Andy Seminick
1943 - George Staller
1944 - Putsy Caballero
1944 - Red Durrett
1944 - Granny Hamner
1944 - John Wells
1945 - Johnny Hetki
1946 - Junior Walsh
1948 - Cal Cooper
1948 - Danny Lynch
1949 - Jim Baumer
1949 - Ed Sanicki
1950 - Johnny Kucab
1950 - Ted Tappe
1951 - Jack Merson
1951 - Bob Nieman
1951 - Dick Smith
1952 - Ron Negray
1954 - Frank Lary
1955 - Buddy Peterson
1956 - George Brunet
1956 - Hal Woodeshick
1958 - Jerry Casale
1958 - Kent Hadley
1959 - Bob Bruce
1959 - Jim Proctor
1960 - Ty Cline
1960 - Tracy Stallard
1961 - Dan Ardell
1961 - Jim Fregosi
1962 - Tommie Agee
1962 - Bob Bailey
1963 - Don Buford
1963 - Cleon Jones
1964 - Bart Shirley
1965 - Rich Beck
1965 - Jackie Hernandez
1965 - Bill Voss
1967 - Cito Gaston
1967 - Remy Hermoso
1968 - Gerry Schoen
1969 - Tony Muser
1971 - Frank Estrada
1971 - Monty Montgomery
1971 - Derrel Thomas
1973 - Barry Foote
1974 - Jim Hughes
1974 - Ken Macha
1974 - Dan Meyer
1974 - Jim Minshall
1974 - Tom Robson
1975 - Jim Gideon
1975 - Randy Lerch
1975 - Donnie Moore
1976 - Brian Asselstine
1976 - Al Autry
1976 - Len Barker
1976 - Mike Champion
1976 - Mark Lemongello
1976 - Dennis Martinez
1976 - Steve Waterbury
1976 - Gary Woods
1978 - Butch Benton
1978 - Tom Brown
1979 - La Marr Hoyt
1979 - Kevin Stanfield
1979 - Tom Wiedenbauer
1981 - Frank DiPino
1981 - Bert Pena
1981 - Chuck Porter
1982 - Mike Young
1984 - Mike Bielecki
1984 - Alvaro Espinoza
1985 - Bill Wegman
1986 - Randy Asadoor
1986 - Ken Gerhart
1986 - Gary Green
1986 - Drew Hall
1986 - Carl Nichols
1986 - Tim Pyznarski
1986 - Rick Renteria
1986 - Benito Santiago
1987 - Troy Afenir
1987 - Tommy Gregg
1987 - Clay Parker
1987 - Jack Savage
1987 - Dave Stapleton
1988 - Chad Kreuter
1990 - Brian Barnes
1990 - Luis Lopez
1991 - Kenny Lofton
1992 - Guillermo Velasquez
1993 - Huck Flener
1993 - Curtis Pride
1996 - Mike Fyhrie
1996 - Walt McKeel
1996 - Scott Spiezio
1997 - Richie Sexson
1998 - Carlos Beltran
1998 - Dee Brown
1998 - Carlos Febles
1998 - Mark Johnson
1998 - Hector Ortiz
1999 - Mark Quinn
1999 - Alfonso Soriano
2002 - Chin-Feng Chen
2003 - Mike Glavine
2003 - John Grabow
2004 - Kyle Denney
2004 - Dan Meyer
2004 - Andy Phillips
2005 - Jason Botts
2005 - Doug Clark
2005 - Charlton Jimerson
2008 - David Price
2009 - Juan Francisco
2009 - Kyle Phillips
2010 - Jake McGee
2010 - Eric Sogard
2011 - Mike Fiers
2011 - Matt Moore
2012 - Bryan Morris
2012 - Darin Ruf
2013 - Nick Buss
2015 - Jett Bandy
2015 - Cody Decker
2015 - Jay Jackson
2017 - Jen-Ho Tseng
2018 - Spencer Turnbull
2018 - Brad Wieck
2019 - Tres Barrera
2019 - James Karinchak
1878 - Mike Golden
1878 - Dan Morgan
1878 - Billy Redmond
1891 - Ed Beatin
1893 - Tom Williams
1899 - Mike Hickey
1899 - Pete McBride
1902 - Lou Polchow
1902 - George Starnagle
1907 - Sam Lanford
1907 - Bill McCarthy
1908 - Moxie Manuel
1908 - Gus Salve
1909 - Harry Redmond
1910 - Walt Doan
1910 - Joe McDonald
1910 - Dave Skeels
1911 - Kitty Bransfield
1911 - Patsy Flaherty
1912 - Howard Fahey
1914 - Lloyd Bishop
1914 - Bert Maxwell
1915 - Walter Ancker
1915 - Shorty Dee
1915 - La Rue Kirby
1919 - Jesse Baker
1922 - Frank Callaway
1925 - Dick Loftus
1926 - George Milstead
1927 - Bernie DeViveiros
1927 - Eddie Onslow
1928 - Steve O'Neill
1934 - Mort Flohr
1934 - Red Worthington
1935 - Bob Barr
1935 - Harvey Green
1936 - Bill Walker
1937 - Joe Becker
1938 - Kiki Cuyler
1938 - Bill Hallahan
1940 - Syl Johnson
1940 - Bob Uhl
1943 - Dick Conger
1944 - Ben Geraghty
1946 - Gil Torres
1947 - Cal Dorsett
1947 - Rick Ferrell
1947 - Roy Jarvis
1948 - Cal Cooper
1948 - Ed Heusser
1951 - Hank Borowy
1951 - Fred Sanford
1952 - Charlie Keller
1952 - Birdie Tebbetts
1957 - Dave Jolly
1957 - George Kell
1957 - Stan Pitula
1958 - Connie Johnson
1958 - Gordon Massa
1958 - Curt Raydon
1958 - Jim Wilson
1959 - Murry Dickson
1961 - Billy Loes
1963 - Tom Baker
1964 - Dave Gray
1966 - Del Crandall
1968 - Gerry Schoen
1969 - Doug Camilli
1971 - Frank Estrada
1972 - Al Severinsen
1974 - Steve Arlin
1974 - Johnny Jeter
1974 - Daryl Patterson
1974 - John Strohmayer
1975 - Jim Gideon
1975 - Winston Llenas
1976 - Al Autry
1976 - Harry Parker
1976 - Rico Petrocelli
1977 - Ken McMullen
1984 - Jeff Jones
1985 - Dave Smith
1987 - Ken Dixon
1989 - Dan Murphy
1990 - Rey Palacios
1990 - Jack Savage
1992 - Jeff Kunkel
1993 - Terry Bross
1996 - Mark Eichhorn
1996 - Marvin Freeman
1998 - Melvin Nieves
2002 - Mike Thurman
2004 - Andy Ashby
2008 - Sal Fasano
2008 - Kenny Rogers
Players Born on, Died on, Debut on, Finished on September 14


Baseball history on September 14 includes a total of 44 Major League baseball players born that day of the year, 30 Major League baseball players who died on that date, 217 baseball players who made their Major League debut on that date, and 95 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 .

Last-Modified: December 3, 2019 4:59 AM EST

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