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A list of players, teams and ballparks linked to Charleston, Illinois. This is based solely on the data available in our database and is in no way a complete history of baseball in this city.
City Information
City Name
Charleston
Region
Total Players
16
Total Pro Players
6
Total Major Leaguers
3
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Players born in Charleston, Illinois

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  • Player NamePosHiLvlMLB YearsStat YearsColleges
    Aaron BenceOFNCAA2016-2017Murray State, Lake Land College
    Paul FletcherP---Tennessee, Georgia Perimeter College
    J.B. Gilbert2BNCAA2007-2008Austin Peay, Olney Central College
    Jason GlosserPIndy2003-2006Murray State
    Jeff GossettSSA+1978-1979Eastern Illinois
    Brian Jones2BAA1985-1987Eastern Illinois
    Terry McDevittSSAA1986-1990Eastern Illinois, Lake Land College
    Matt MillerPIndy2008-2014Eastern Illinois
    Brandon MurphyPNCAA2004-2007Illinois
    Marty PattinPMLB1968-19801965-1980Eastern Illinois
    Jason PinnellPNCAA2001-2004Eastern Illinois
    Devin RosePIndy2017-2019Eastern Illinois, Waubonsee CC
    Zeke RosebraughPMLB1898-18991898-1899---
    Charlie WhitehousePMLB1919-19191919-1919---
    Josh WilsonPNCAA2009-2011Eastern Illinois, Lake Land College
    Kyle WilsonIF-OFNCAA2008-2008Eastern Illinois, Indianapolis
    16 record(s)
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    Player Name Name of the player. If not linked, then no profile on the site Pos Defensive Position HiLvl Highest Level Reached MLB Years Up-to-date Range of Years played Stat Years Available range of years of statistics within the TBC system