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Encyclopedia > List of players from Cuba in Major League Baseball

This is an alphabetical list of 147 baseball players from Cuba which had played in Major League Baseball between 1871 and 2004.



Contents: Top - A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


A

  • José Acosta
  • Merito Acosta
  • Rafael Almeida
  • Luis “Witto” Aloma
  • Ossie Alvarez
  • Rogelio Alvarez
  • Vicente Amor
  • Sandy Amorós
  • Angel Aragón
  • Jack Aragón
  • José Raimundo Arcia
  • Rudy Arias
  • René Arocha
  • Rolando Arrojo
  • José Joaquín Ázcue

B

C

  • Jack Calvo
  • Bert Campaneris
  • Frank Campos
  • José Canseco
  • Ozzie Canseco
  • José Cardenal
  • Leo Cárdenas
  • Paul Casanova
  • Jorge Comellas
  • Sandalio "Sandy" Consuegra
  • José Contreras
  • Mike Cuellar
  • Bert Cueto
  • Manuel Cueto

D

  • Juan Delis
  • Orestes Destrade
  • Juan Díaz
  • Pedro Dibut
  • Lino Donoso

E

  • Bobby Estalella
  • Oscar Estrada

F

  • Humberto “Chico” Fernández
  • Lorenzo “Chico” Fernández
  • Osvaldo Fernández
  • Angel Fleitas
  • Mike Fornieles
  • Tony Fossas
  • Tito Fuentes

G

  • Barbaro Garbey
  • Ramon García García
  • Preston Gómez
  • Vince Gonzáles
  • Eusebio González
  • Julio González
  • Mike González
  • Orlando González
  • Tony González
  • Fermín "Mike" Guerra

H

  • Adrián Hernández
  • Chico Hernández
  • Evelio Hernández
  • Jackie Hernández
  • Liván Hernández
  • Michel Hernández
  • Orlando Hernández
  • Mike Herrera
  • Pancho Herrera

I

  • Enrique "Hank" Izquierdo
  • Hansel Izquierdo

L

  • George Lauzerique
  • Isidoro “Izzy” León
  • Marcelino López
  • Ramón López
  • Adolfo Luque

M

  • Héctor Maestri
  • Conrado Marrero
  • Eli Marrero
  • Armando Marsans
  • Héctor Martínez
  • José Martínez
  • Marty Martínez
  • Rogelio Martínez
  • Tony Martínez
  • Orlando McFarlane
  • Román Mejías
  • Minnie Mendoza
  • Tony Menéndez
  • Orestes “Minnie” Miñoso
  • Willy Miranda
  • Aurelio Monteagudo
  • René Monteagudo
  • Manny Montejo
  • Daniel “Danny” Morejón
  • Julio Moreno

N

  • Cholly Naranjo
  • Ray Noble
  • Vladimir Núñez

O

  • Tony Oliva
  • Tony “Mosquito” Ordeñana
  • Rey Ordóñez
  • Eddie Oropesa
  • Bill Ortega
  • Oliverio “Baby” Ortíz
  • Roberto Ortíz
  • Regino Otero

P

  • Rafael Palmeiro
  • Emilio Palmero
  • Camilo Pascual
  • Carlos “Patato” Pascual
  • Carlos Paula
  • Orlando Peña
  • Tony Pérez
  • Leo Posada
  • Ariel Prieto

R

  • Pedro Ramos
  • Roberto “Bobby” Ramos
  • Napoleón Reyes
  • Armando Roche
  • Freddy Rodríguez
  • Héctor Rodríguez
  • José Rodríguez (El Hombre Goma)
  • Octavio “Cookie” Rojas
  • Minervino Rojas
  • Chico Ruiz

S

  • Alex Sánchez
  • Israel Sánchez
  • Raúl Sánchez
  • Nelson Santovenia
  • Diego Seguí
  • Luis Suárez
  • Leo Sutherland

T

  • José Tartabull
  • Tony Taylor
  • Michael Tejera
  • Luis Tiant
  • Jorge Toca
  • Gil Torres
  • Ricardo Torres
  • Oscar Tuero

U

  • Santiago Ullrich

V

  • Rogelio “Roy” Valdés
  • Sandy Valdespino
  • Rene Valdéz
  • José Valdivieso
  • Zoilo Versalles

Z

  • Adrián Zabala
  • Oscar Zamora
  • José Zardón

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