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Auburn, New York

+ Teams, Schools, Ballparks and Players
Total Players: 12
Major Leaguers: 6
Active Players on Pro Rosters: None
  • The listing of players below can be described only as a feeble attempt at birthplace accuracy. Though mlb players birthplace may be more accurate than others, all birth places on the site are questionable and should not be assumed accurate.
  • It can, however be assumed with a very good level of certainty that the player did pass through the town or city under which he is listed by either attending high school in the city or residing in the city at the time the field was captured by TBC.
  • Pro Teams and Colleges
    Team/SchoolNicknameLeagueLevel
    AuburnDoubledaysNew York-Penn LeagueA-
    High Schools
    High SchoolNickname
    AuburnMaroons
    St. Mark's Seminary
    Ballparks and Stadiums in Auburn
    Ballpark
    Falcon Park
    Falcon Park II
    Players Born in Auburn, New York
    Player NamePosHigh LevelHtWtB-THigh SchoolCollege
    Tug ArundelCMLB5-10175R-R
    Seamus BarronPNCAA6-1240R-RSkaneateles (Skaneateles,NY)Canisius College
    Ed CharlesOFNCAA5-10170R-RAuburn (Auburn,NY)Siena College
    Bob KappesserCAAA5-9180R-R University of North Florida
    Robert KennyP6-4185R-RCicero-North Syracuse (Cicero,NY)Parsons College
    Mike MansellOFMLB5-11175L-
    Tom MansellOFMLB5-8160L-R
    Ed MurphyPMLB6-1186-R
    Kevin PolcovichSSMLB5-9182R-RAuburn (Auburn,NY)University of Florida
    Jon RichardsPRK5-9170B-RSkaneateles (Skaneateles,NY)Onondaga Community College
    Alan Storke1B-3BMLB6-1 0R-R Amherst College
    J.T. WrightPNCAA5-10165R-R Canisius College


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