Former Chihuahuas in the World Series

By El Paso Chihuahuas | October 24, 2017 1:56 PM ET

The 2017 World Series begins Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium. The official rosters were announced Tuesday morning.

There are two former El Paso Chihuahuas players and multiple former Chihuahuas opponents in this year's Fall Classic.

Houston Astros (Fresno Grizzlies' parent club)

Carlos Correa hit his first Triple-A home run in El Paso on May 19, 2015 and returned to Southwest University Park on an injury rehab assignment in 2017.

Juan Centeno played against the Chihuahuas multiple times over the past few seasons while with the Las Vegas 51s, Colorado Springs Sky Sox and Fresno Grizzlies.

Chris Devenski was the winning pitcher of the 2015 Gildan Triple-A National Championship Game at Southwest University Park.

Derek Fisher appeared in two games versus El Paso in 2017.

Cameron Maybin suited up with the Chihuahuas for 15 games during the club's inaugural 2014 season.

Lance McCullers Jr. pitched at Southwest University Park on an MLB rehab assignment on May 7, 2016.

Joe Musgrove faced the Chihuahuas once in 2016.

Brad Peacock faced the Chihuahuas three times in 2016.

Los Angeles Dodgers (Oklahoma City Dodgers' parent club)

Austin Barnes caught three consecutive games at Southwest University Park for Oklahoma City in August, 2015.

Cody Bellinger made an error in the top of the 11th inning of Game 4 of the 2016 PCL Championship Series, helping the Chihuahuas win the league title.

Charlie Culberson played against the Chihuahuas in both 2016 and 2017 while with Oklahoma City.

Brandon Morrow pitched for El Paso in 2015 and 2016 as both a starter and a reliever.

Joc Pederson hit four homers against the Chihuahuas during his 2014 PCL MVP season.

Yasiel Puig homered against El Paso late in the 2016 season.

Corey Seager appeared in four games at Southwest University Park late in the 2015 season, one year before being named National League Rookie of the Year.

Chris Taylor memorably hit the Chihuahuas' mascot Chico with a bad throw in 2016 and was the final Oklahoma City out the night the Chihuahuas clinched the league championship a few months later.

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This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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