Top 20 Baseball Player celebrities in India
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Baseball Player celebrities [Updated April 22, 2021].
Brandon Beachy was born
on September 3, 1986
He played in the minor leagues with the Mississippi Braves, Gwinnett Braves, and Myrtle Beach Pelicans before joining the major leagues in 2010.
Salary 2020: 1.5 million USD (2016)
Drew Storen was born
on August 11, 1987
He missed a large portion of the 2012 season due elbow surgery.
Salary 2020: 3 million USD (2017)
Jamey Carroll was born
on February 18, 1974
In 2008, he became a member of the Cleveland Indians.
Salary 2020: 3.75 million USD (2013)
Clint Barmes was born
on March 6, 1979
He hit the first grand slam of his career in 2012 against the San Diego Padres.
Salary 2020: 2 million USD (2014)
Dinesh Patel was born
on May 8, 1989
Indian pitcher who, along with Rinku Singh, became the first Indian ever to sign a contract with a major American sports team, signing with the MLB's Pittsburgh Pirates in 2008. He got the opportunity as a result of winning the Indian reality show The Million Dollar Arm.
His story formed the basis for the 2014 Disney movie Million Dollar Arm, starring Jon Hamm
Josh Phegley was born
on February 12, 1988
He threw out 30 percent of would-be basestealers in 2013.
Jarrod Parker was born
on November 24, 1988
The Diamondbacks drafted him ninth in 2007.
Rinku Singh was born
on August 8, 1988
Freddie Fitzsimmons was born
on July 28, 1901
He earned the nickname 'Fat Freddie' even though he only weighed 200 pounds.
Chuck Harmon was born
on April 23, 1924
A street was named after him in Golf Manor, Ohio.
Sam Rice was born
on February 20, 1890
He originally debuted in the major leagues as a relief pitcher before permanently moving to right field.
Edd Roush was born
on May 8, 1893
He played for the Cincinnati Reds when they won the World Series against the Chicago White Sox, who were later accused of trying to fix the game.
Cy Williams was born
on December 21, 1887
He showed himself to be a power hitter, leading the National League four times in home runs.
Chuck Klein was born
on October 7, 1904
He won the Triple Crown in the National League in 1933, but lost the the MVP Award to pitcher Carl Hubbell
Andy Benes was born
on August 20, 1967
He threw the first pitch in the history of the Arizona Diamondbacks franchise in 1998.
Drew Butera was born
on August 9, 1983
He became the fifth catcher in major league history to catch a no hitter in both the National League and American League, doing so with the Minnesota Twins in 2011 and the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2014.