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Lowell High School

+ San Francisco, California
Nickname: Cardinals
Located: San Francisco, California
Drafted Players: 0
Major Leaguers: 8
Minor Leaguers: 2
Total Players: 11
Team Colors:
Rankings: 2004 #37

Active Players on Pro Rosters

Charlie Cutler (Minors)

Major Leaguers (8)

Jerry Coleman, Frankie Crosetti, Kevin Jordan, Mark Koenig, Ed Mayer, Dutch Ruether, Stefan Wever, Al Wright
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    Player NamePosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraftedCollege(s)Current TeamStatus
    Jerry Coleman2B-SSMLB6-0170R-R-  N/AN/A
    Frankie CrosettiSSMLB5-10165R-R-  N/AN/A
    Charlie CutlerCAA6-1205L-RSLN: 2008-14-425University of California Los Angeles AngelsMinors
    Emil DeandreisPNCAA5-11185L-L-University of Hawaii-Hilo N/AN/A
    Kevin Jordan2B-3BMLB6-1201R-RNYA: 1990-20-525University of Nebraska N/AN/A
    Mark KoenigSS-3BMLB6-0180B-R-  N/AN/A
    Ed MayerPMLB6-2185L-L-  N/AN/A
    Beau RichardsonPA+6-2205L-LPHI: 2002-34-1019Tulane University
    College of San Mateo
    Dutch RuetherPMLB6-1180L-L-University of San Francisco N/AN/A
    Stefan WeverPMLB6-8245R-RNYA: 1979-6-155University of California-Santa Barbara N/AN/A
    Al Wright2BMLB6-1170R-R-  N/AN/A

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