Top Major League Players 2017-05-19T05:22:30+00:00

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[color-box] Lou Brock, Southern University Center fielder

6× All-Star 1967, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1979

2× World Series champion 1964, 1967

Roberto Clemente Award 1975

8× NL stolen base leader 1966–1969, 1971–1974

St. Louis Cardinals #20 retired

St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame

Major League Baseball Hall of Fame

Andre Dawson, Florida A&M First baseman

Major League Baseball Hall of Fame

8× All-Star 1981–1983, 1987–1991

NL MVP 1987

NL Rookie of the Year 1977

8× Gold Glove Award 1980–1985, 1987, 1988

4× Silver Slugger Award 1980, 1981, 1983, 1987

NL home run leader 1987

NL RBI leader 1987

Home Run Derby champion 1987

Montreal Expos #10 retired

Larry Doby, Virginia Union Center fielder

Negro Leagues champion 1946

Newark Eagles

7× All-Star 1949–1955

World Series champion 1948

Cleveland Indians

Major League Baseball Hall of Fame

2× AL home run leader 1952, 1954

AL RBI leader 1954

Cleveland Indians #14 retired[/color-box]

[color-box] John Roseboro, Central State, Ohio Catcher

6-time All-Star 1958, 1961–1962, 1969

3× World Series champion 1959, 1963, 1965

Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers

2× Gold Glove Award 1961, 1966

Joe Black, Morgan State Pitcher

NL Rookie of the Year 1952

Vince Coleman, Florida A&M Outfielder

NL Rookie of the Year 1985

2× All-Star 1988, 1989

6× NL stolen base leader 1985–1990

Cecil Cooper, Prairie View A&M First baseman

5-time All-Star 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1985

2× AL RBI leader 1980, 1983

2× Gold Glove Award 1979, 1980

3× Silver Slugger Award 1980–1982

Roberto Clemente Award 1983

Marques Grissom, Florida A&M Outfielder

ALCS MVP 1997

2× All-Star 1993, 1994

4× Gold Glove Award 1993–1996

2× NL stolen base leader 1991, 1992

Hal McRae, Florida A&M Outfielder

3-time NL All-Star 1975, 1976, 1982

2× World Series champion 1985, 2006

Silver Slugger Award 1982

AL RBI leader 1982[/color-box]

[color-box] Ralph Garr, Grambling State Outfielder

NL batting champion 1974

George Altman, Tennessee State Outfielder

2-time National League All-Star 1961, 1962

Jim Bibby, Fayetteville State Pitcher

World Series Champion 1979

Pittsburgh Pirates

All-Star 1980

Pitched a no-hitter, 1973[/color-box]

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