My Good-Looking Baseball Players page

Hey, and welcome to my page dedicated to not only the major league baseball players who are the best looking, but these players are also the most talented ones too. So sit back, have fun, and quit drooling!!!

I'm gonna start with my favourite guy....

Shawn Green
#15, Toronto Blue Jays

Position: OF
Bats: Left
Throws: Left
Height: 6-4
Weight: 190
Born: November 10, 1972

Shawn David Green was selected by the Blue Jays in the first round of the June 1991 Free Agent Draft...won the International League batting title with a .344 average while playing for Triple-A Syracuse in 1994 and was the Blue Jays' Minor League Player of the Month for May...called up to Tor 6/10/94 and collected his first Major League hit 6/13/94 at Cleveland...

Had the best year of his career, posting highs in home runs (16), runs (57), hits (123), walks (36), games (135), at-bats (429), runs (57) and stolen bases (14). ... Started the season strong with four home runs in April, including his first career multi-hit game, a two-home run effort against Seattle on April 25....

Now for...

Alex Gonzalez
#8, Toronto Blue Jays

Position: SS
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
Height: 6-0
Weight: 182
Born: April 8, 1973

Alexander Scott Gonzalez was selected by the Blue Jays in the 14th round of the 1991 June Free Agent the age of 20, was the youngest player in the American League to start the season and the second youngest in the Majors, next to Chan Ho Park of the Dodgers...

Though Gonzalez continued to be a light hitter at the plate (.239), he excelled on the field, leading American League shortstops with a .986 fielding percentage (eight errors in 558 chances)...

And now...

Carlos Delgado
#25, Toronto Blue Jays

Position: 1st base, DH
Bats: Left
Throws: Right
Height: 6-3
Weight: 206
Born: June 25, 1972

Carlos Juan Delgado was signed by the Blue Jays as a free agent 10/9/88...made 39 starts at the big league level as an outfielder in 1994, and batted .215 with 9 HR and 24 RBI overall for Tor...

Posted career highs and led the team with 42 doubles, 30 home runs and 274 total bases. ... Also had a career-high 136 hits en route to batting .262. ... he hit the first three grand slams of his career to become the only player in franchise history to hit three grand slams in a season. ... Started the season hot, hitting .345 in April with five home runs and 15 RBI. ... He homered in four consecutive games from June 3-7, tying a club record held by George Bell and Joe Carter. ... Of his 30 home runs, 28 came against right-handed pitchers. ... Matched a career-high with five RBI twice (July 11 at Boston and July 17 at Texas). ... Hit .312 in September, ending the season on a career-high 16-game winning streak. ... Also led the team with four pinch hits and 64 walks. ... Was the seventh-hardest player in the league to double up, getting caught once every 86.5 at-bats.

Now for someone born in my hometown....

Paul Quantrill
#48, Toronto Blue Jays

Position: RHP
Bats: Left
Throws: Right
Height: 6-1
Weight: 185
Born: November 3rd, 1968

Paul John Quantrill was selected by Boston in the sixth round of the June 1989 free-agent draft...spent more than 5 seasons in the Red Sox organization, including 93 Major League appearances, before he was traded to Philadelphia on 5/31/94 with Billy Hatcher in exchange for Wes Chamberlain and Mike Sullivan...on 7/20/92 at Kansas City won his Major League debut...earned his first Major League save on 10/4/92 vs the 1991 was named Pawtucket's Most Valuable Pitcher...attended the University of Wisconsin, where he was the 1987 Rookie of the Year and 1989 Most Valuable Player.

Quantrill's second season with the Blue Jays proved to be memorable as he set a single season record for appearances by a Canadian-born pitcher with 77, good for third in the American League. He finished fourth among relief pitchers in the league with a 1.94 ERA, and was 6-7 with five saves over 88 innings. Quantrill finished the season with seven consecutive scoreless innings.

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