Red Wolves Pro Alumni
Below is a list of Arkansas State baseball players who have spent time in professional baseball at some level. Some players included on the list did not play baseball at Arkansas State but did attend the school.
- Made an appearance with the Kansas Athletics on September 16, 1967.
- Played professional baseball for 13 seasons.
- Played at Arkansas State from 1958-59.
- Played two season with the St. Louis Browns from 1928-19
- Played professional baseball for 11 seasons.
- Did not play baseball Arkansas State but did attend the school.
- Made his professional debut on September 11, 1963 with the Los Angeles Angels. Was recalled on July 14, 1964 and played with Angels until the end of the 1965 season.
- Also made an appearance with Atlanta during the 1970 season.
- Played professionally for 10 seasons.
- Played at Arkansas State from 1957-1959.
- Played 16 seasons at the Major League level for the Philadelphia Athletics, Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox and Baltimore Orioles.
- Inducted in the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in 1983.
- He was a 10-time All-Star.
- Holds the record for fewest strikeouts by a batting champion.
- Led the American League in hitting in 1949.
- Did not play baseball at Arkansas State but did briefly enroll at the school.
- Made his Major League debut with the Philadelphia Phillies on September 6, 1990.
- Played six seasons of professional baseball.
- Briefly attended Arkansas State before transferring to another school.
- Made his Major League Debut with the Chicago White Sox on Sept. 20, 1950. Also played with the Philadelphia Athletics in 1953 and 1954. Also played with the White Sox in 1954 and 1955.
- Played 10 seasons of professional baseball.
- Did not play for Arkansas State but did attend the school.
- Made his Major League debut with the Texas Rangers on August 5, 1992.
- Played with Rangers from 1992-1997 and then played one season in Philadelphia in 1998. Also made appearances with San Diego, Atlanta and Toronto.
- Was drafted by the Rangers in 25th round of the 1990 MLB Amateur Draft.
- Played for Arkansas State from 1987-1990.
- Made his Major League debut with the Cincinnati Reds May 24, 2016 with a start against the Los Angeles Dodgers in Los Angeles.
- Drafted by Cincinnati in the 10th round of the 2013 MLB Amateur Draft.
- First A-State player since Matt Whiteside to appear in a MLB game
- Former walk-on that played at Arkansas State from 2010-2013.
Former Red Wolves in Independent Leagues
Other A-State Pro Alumni
Jay Akin (1997-99 Last played in the Milwaukee organization)
Cody Allison (1996-99 Last played in the Cleveland organization)
John Anderson (Drafted in the 22nd Round by Boston in 2002, but didn't play in MiLB)
Toby Anglen (1995 Last played in the Atlanta organization)
Tony Arthur (2001-05 Last played in the Los Angeles Angels organization)
Drew Benes - (2010-13 St. Louis organization; last played for River City in independent Frontier League)
Rusty Bourg (1970-73 Last played in the Chicago White Sox organization)
L.A. Bowman (1998 Evansville Otters of the independent Frontier League)
T.J. Brewer (2007-09 Last played in the San Francisco organization)
Brock Buckingham (2002 Winnipeg Goldeyes of the independent Northern League Central)
Geoff Desmond (2005-06 Last played in the St. Louis organization)
Mike Drewett (1970 Last played in the Chicago White Sox organization)
Timothy Egart (2007 Last played in the San Francisco organization)
Brandon Farley (2012-14 Last played in the San Francisco organization)
Michael Faulkner (2012-14 Seattle organization; last played for Gateway in independent Frontier League)
Mike Flood (1996-97 Last played for Anderson Lawmen of independent Heartland League)
J.D. French (1995, 97 Oakland organization; last played for Anderson Lawmen in Heartlead League)
Jack Fulmer (1967-69 Last played in the San Francisco organization)
Brad Hayes (2004 Last played in the Kansas City organization)
Keith Horn (1995-97 Last played in the Cleveland organization)
Jerry Hudgins (1965-70 Last played in the Kansas City organization)
Brent Kelley (1998-02 Arizona organization; last played for Dubois County in independent Frontier League)
Calvin Key (1997-98 Last played in the Philadelphia organization)
Brett Kinning (1996 Last played in the Cleveland organization)
Seth McWilliams (2014 Last played in independent Pecos League for White Sands Pupfish)
Jim Mueller (1969-72 Last played in the Chicago White Sox organization)
Kortney Paul (1994-96 Kansas City organization; last played in independent Frontier League for Ohio Valley)
Randy Phillips (1992-00 San Francisco organization; last played for Chico in independent Western League)
Wayne Pitcock (Drafted by New York Yankees in 1st round of 1970 January Draft-Secondary Phase)
Chris Plumlee (1993-94 Last played in the Cleveland organization)
Richard Poe (1980-83 New York Mets organization; last played in Mexican League for Leon)
Chris Rich (2005 Last played for Rockford Riverhawks of independent Frontier League)
Matt Rogelstad (2003-11 Seattle and Washington organizations; last played for Edmonton in NABL)
Dana Ryan (1968-70 Last played in the Chicago White Sox organization)
James Scieres (Drafted by St. Louis in 29th round of 1967 MLB Amateur Draft)
Chad Soden (1995-96 Last played in the Seattle organization)
Tyler Smith (2011-12 Kansas City organization; last played for Rockford of independent Frontier League)
Chris Unrat (1993-99 Texas and San Francisco organizations; last played for independent Sioux City)
Logan Uxa (2013-16 Cincinnati and Baltimore organizations; last played for Washington Wild Things)
Bradley Wallace (2014-15 Last played in the Tampa Bay organization)
Chase Ware (2009-11 Last played in the Cincinnati organization)
Murray Watts - (2010-13 Kansas City organization; last played for Long Island Ducks of Atlantic League)
Joshua Yates (Drafted in the 40th round of 2006 MLB Amateur Draft by Cleveland but did not sign)
*Not all players appearing on the list played baseball at Arkansas State. Some only attended the school and did not play baseball.
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