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Pacific Palisades, California

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Total Players: 11
Major Leaguers: 1
Active Players on Pro Rosters: Jon Moscot (DL-60)
  • 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.
  • High Schools
    High SchoolNickname
    PalisadesDolphins
    Players Born in Pacific Palisades, California
    Player NamePosHigh LevelHtWtB-THigh SchoolCollege
    Kevin CarswellPNCAA6-1195R-RLoyola (Los Angeles,CA)New Mexico State University
    Darin Davis2B6-2170L-RPalisades (Pacific Palisades,CA)Cypress College
    John DolakC0-Palisades (Pacific Palisades,CA)UCLA
    Scott DwyerIF6-2190L-RPalisades (Pacific Palisades,CA)Menlo College
    Delaney GallagherIFNCAA6-4200R-RLoyola (Los Angeles,CA)St. Mary's College of California
    Matt KaroCNCAA6-2185R-RHarvard-Westlake (North Hollywood,CA)Columbia University
    Jon MoscotPMLB6-4205R-RPalisades (Pacific Palisades,CA)Pepperdine University
    Patrick PfeifferPNCAA6-1180R-RBrentwood School (Los Angeles,CA)Dartmouth College
    John RiffleP-OF0-Palisades (Pacific Palisades,CA)
    David TaylorP6-5210R-RCrossroads School (Santa Monica,CA)USC
    Matt TellemIFNCAA5-10170R-RHarvard-Westlake (North Hollywood,CA)University of Pennsylvania


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