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Johnson City High School

+ Johnson City, New York
Nickname: Wildcats
Located: Johnson City, New York
Drafted Players: 0
Major Leaguers: 1
Minor Leaguers: 4
Total Players: 11
Team Colors:
Rankings: None

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Major Leaguers (1)

Ed Connolly
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    Player NamePosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraftedCollege(s)Current TeamStatus
    Richard CaryPNCAA6-3185R-R1988-Marist College N/AN/A
    Ryan Clark1B-PNCAA6-5200R-R1994-University of North Carolina-Greensboro N/AN/A
    Ed ConnollyPMLB6-1190L-L-University of Massachusetts N/AN/A
    Brad CookPInd5-10200R-R-Marist College
    Keystone College
    Chris EdmondsonOFA+6-1200L-RSLN: 2010-43-1309Le Moyne College Free Agent
    Jerod EdmondsonIFInd6-2205L-R-Saint Anselm College
    University of Massachusetts-Lowell
    Rich LaganierePNCAA5-10175L-L-University of Maine N/AN/A
    Kyle LoucksCNCAA6-0225R-R1981-Binghamton University N/AN/A
    Dennis LubertPA+6-2185R-LATL: 1982-11-271University of South Carolina N/AN/A
    Patrick RileyPNCAA6-1195R-R-James Madison University N/AN/A
    Tim SinickiPNCAA0-PIT: 1986-13-296Broome Community College
    Western Carolina University

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