Major League Baseball Players Born in New Hampshire

Since the 19th Century, Major League Baseball has enjoyed a rich, diverse, world-wide set of talent not seen in any other major league sport. Every state in the United States of America, and more than forty-five countries, have had at least one player make it to the show.
The research below is a comprehensive historical analysis of every major league baseball player born in New Hampshire. Selecting a player's name will bring up his statistics page and selecting a column title (Birthplace, Debut Year, Final Year) will allow you to re-sort the data.

"For starting pitchers we have two Dominicans, one Italian, one Mexican and one Japanese. In the bullpen we have a Venezuelan, a Mexican, a guy from the United States and a guy from St. Louis." - Los Angeles Dodger / Hall of Fame Manager Tommy Lasorda (AP Wire, 08/18/1999)
Major League Baseball Players Born in New Hampshire

A Historical Analysis / Return To Players by Birthplace

Farmington, New Hampshire
1874-02-01
1902
1910
Ossipee, New Hampshire
1879-04-12
1901
1902
Exeter, New Hampshire
1975-04-27
1997
2012
Pittsfield, New Hampshire
1902-09-28
1929
1935
Nashua, New Hampshire
1861-07-00
1884
1885
Manchester, New Hampshire
1889-10-12
1911
1912
Sanbornton, New Hampshire
1872-01-09
1893
1894
Nashua, New Hampshire
1906-07-28
1929
1929
Epping, New Hampshire
1874-07-04
1895
1895
Enfield, New Hampshire
1871-10-05
1897
1899
Manchester, New Hampshire
1951-12-16
1975
1992
Manchester, New Hampshire
1967-03-16
1995
1995
Manchester, New Hampshire
1967-08-19
1993
1993
Dover, New Hampshire
1893-09-22
1917
1917
Manchester, New Hampshire
1899-08-18
1919
1933
Durham, New Hampshire
1981-11-20
2007
Active
Littleton, New Hampshire
1954-01-19
1978
1984
Newmarket, New Hampshire
1862-03-04
1884
1889
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
1866-12-25
1888
1894
Dover, New Hampshire
1995-06-16
2018
Active
Nashua, New Hampshire
1853-11-17
1879
1884
West Lebanon, New Hampshire
1860-03-15
1880
1909
Concord, New Hampshire
1956-02-22
1980
1986
North Conway, New Hampshire
1987-11-20
2011
Active
Nashua, New Hampshire
1991-10-18
2017
Active
Nashua, New Hampshire
1965-06-10
1992
1993
Manchester, New Hampshire
1871-07-14
1898
1903
Manchester, New Hampshire
1908-10-06
1932
1943
Woodsville, New Hampshire
1975-07-28
2001
2009
Manchester, New Hampshire
1969-01-27
1990
1997
Amherst, New Hampshire
1861-05-09
1883
1884
Penacook, New Hampshire
1908-10-17
1931
1942
Exeter, New Hampshire
1961-05-23
1985
1991
Manchester, New Hampshire
1921-12-01
1942
1949
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
1933-03-15
1963
1964
Exeter, New Hampshire
1867-11-06
1890
1891
Woodsville, New Hampshire
1931-02-01
1955
1959
Nashua, New Hampshire
1987-08-25
2018
Active
Marlborough, New Hampshire
1859-07-09
1884
1884
Concord, New Hampshire
1960-11-30
1986
1998
Dover, New Hampshire
1910-07-09
1938
1938
Concord, New Hampshire
1881-08-11
1907
1907
Concord, New Hampshire
1979-11-25
2008
2008
Derry, New Hampshire
1891-12-16
1914
1914
Derry, New Hampshire
1889-12-14
1910
1921
Dover, New Hampshire
1880-08-09
1902
1902
Lyme, New Hampshire
1874-06-16
1902
1903
Northwood, New Hampshire
1882-12-21
1911
1911
Keene, New Hampshire
1898-01-14
1918
1918
Berlin, New Hampshire
1917-04-29
1945
1945
Enfield, New Hampshire
1936-09-14
1958
1972
Rye, New Hampshire
1875-04-28
1898
1900
Hanover, New Hampshire
1962-09-28
1985
1988

Major League Baseball Players Born in New Hampshire



Did you know that Jose Canseco was the first foreign-born ( Cuba ) player to reach the four-hundred home runs plateau? Did you know that Sammy Sosa was the first foreign-born ( Dominican Republic ) player to reach the five-hundred home runs plateau?

Baseball Almanac is aware that researching baseball players by their place of birth is common data found easily on the Internet today. We, as you are well aware, enjoy taking that extra step here and have taken that common data and added this amazing chart which will enable you to see a historical breakdown of players from any given year in history by their place of birth:

If you would like to see a comprehensive list broken down by country of the first player born in a country or territory other than the United States of America, we have one in our Famous First section called Foreign Born Baseball Players .

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