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The Complete List of Major League Lugnuts

923 ballplayers have donned the Lugnuts' uniform, with 193 (20.9%) making it to the Major Leagues – nine MLB rehabbers and 184 earning their ticket up the ladder after playing in Lansing.

Of these players:

- 71 Lugnuts alumni have debuted with the Blue Jays
- 32 with the Cubs
- 22 with the Royals
- 14 with the Athletics
- 9 with the Marlins
- 4 with the Mariners and Padres
- 3 with the Orioles, Red Sox, and Cardinals
- 2 with the White Sox, Tigers, Pirates, Giants, and Rays
- 1 with the Braves, Rockies, Angels, Dodgers, Brewers, Mets, Rangers, and Nationals

All-Star nods: Carlos Beltrán (9x), Carlos Zambrano (3), Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. (3), Henderson Álvarez (1), Bo Bichette (2), Jordan Romano (2), Marcus Stroman (2),Lance Carter (1), Yan Gomes (1), Alejandro Kirk (1), Carlos Mármol (1), Aaron Sanchez (1), Noah Syndergaard (1).

Home Run Derby titles: Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. (1).

World Series titles, won as players: Jeremy Affeldt (3), Ryan Theriot (2), rehabber Kevin Appier (1), Carlos Beltrán (1), rehabber Ryan Dempster (1), Chad Durbin (1), Yan Gomes (1), 2011 manager Mike Redmond (1), Marc Rzepczynski (1).

World Series titles, won as coaches: 2010 manager Sal Fasano (1), Mark Prior (1).

No-Hitters: pitchers - Carlos Zambrano (9/14/08); Henderson Álvarez III (9/29/13); Taylor Cole (combined, 7/12/19); Aaron Sanchez (combined, 8/3/19); Ryan Tepera (combined, 6/24/21); catcher - Robinson Chirinos (Justin Verlander, 9/1/19).

Hit for the Cycle: Félix Pié (8/14/09); Cavan Biggio (9/17/19).

Rookie of the Year: Carlos Beltrán (A.L., 1999).

Comeback Player of the Year: Casey McGehee (N.L., 2014).

Gold Glove Winners: Carlos Beltrán (3), Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (1), Marcus Stroman (1).

Silver Sluggers: Carlos Beltrán (3), Carlos Zambrano (3), Yan Gomes (1), Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (1).


Debuting Lugnuts (Years in Lansing)

Notable Moments From the Season


1. June 7: José Santiago (1996-97), Kansas City Royals
2. August 21: Jeff Wallace (1996), Pittsburgh Pirates

June 7: José Santiago made nine relief appearances for the Lugnuts to start the year before skyrocketing up to become the first ever Nut to reach the Major Leagues. How did he debut? By recording the final out of a 10-4 Royals victory over the Texas Rangers, dispatching Dean Palmer with a popout to second base. Santiago went on to pitch 229 games in the Major Leagues for four teams, finishing with four relief appearances for the New York Mets in 2005.


3. September 1: Jeremy Giambi (1997), Kansas City Royals
4. September 14: Carlos Beltrán (1996), Kansas City Royals
5. September 14: Carlos Febles (1996), Kansas City Royals

September 14: Carlos Beltrán and Carlos Febles debut in a 16-6 rout of the Oakland Athletics that sees the host Royals pile up 19 hits and score in every inning. (The A's feature a young Eric Chavez and Miguel Tejada alongside Rickey Henderson, who swats one of his MLB career record 81 leadoff home runs, and Jason Giambi, who belts a three-run homer.) 21-year-old Beltrán comes in to replace RF Larry Sutton defensively in the seventh inning, playing center field, which moves Johnny Damon over to right. He then singles in his first at-bat and is doubled home by Dean Palmer before drawing a walk in his second plate appearance.


6. May 25: Orber Moreno (1997), Kansas City Royals
7. July 16: Dan Reichert (1998), Kansas City Royals
8. September 14: Mark Quinn (1996), Kansas City Royals
9. September 15: Lance Carter (1998), Kansas City Royals
10. September 24: Scott Mullen (1997), Kansas City Royals
11. September 26: Chad Durbin(1997), Kansas City Royals

Honors: A.L. Rookie of the Year - Carlos Beltrán.


12. April 24: Kevin Hodges (1996), Seattle Mariners
13. July 28: Kris Wilson (1998), Kansas City Royals
14. September 18: Corey Patterson (1999), Chicago Cubs

June 29: For the first time in his career, Carlos Beltrán homers from both sides of the plate and Chad Durbin pitches 8 2/3 innings in a 6-1 victory over Cleveland. Beltrán goes on to homer from both sides of the plate in the same game 12 times and for five different teams (the latter tying Nick Swisher's MLB record).


15. August 20: Carlos Zambrano (1999), Chicago Cubs
16. August 21: Juan Cruz (2000), Chicago Cubs
17. September 9: Brandon Berger (1997), Kansas City Royals


18. April 5: Corey Thurman (1998), Toronto Blue Jays
19. April 6: Jeremy Affeldt (1998), Kansas City Royals
20. May 3: Juan Brito (1998), Kansas City Royals
21. May 4: Jason Simontacchi (1997), St. Louis Cardinals
22. June 28: Francis Beltran (2000), Chicago Cubs
23. August 6: Steve Smyth (1999), Chicago Cubs
24. August 14: Kit Pellow (1997), Kansas City Royals
25. September 5: Hee-Seop Choi (1999), Chicago Cubs
26. September 7: Jeremy Hill (1998), Kansas City Royals

World Series: Anaheim Angels (1998 rehabber Kevin Appier) def. San Francisco Giants.


27. April 5: Kiko Calero (1998), Toronto Blue Jays
28. May 15: Todd Wellemeyer (1999), Kansas City Royals
29. June 8: David Kelton (1999), Kansas City Royals
30. July 22: Sergio Mitre (2002), St. Louis Cardinals
31. September 3: Félix Sánchez (2002), Chicago Cubs
32. September 5: Pete Zoccolillo (2000), Chicago Cubs

All-Star Game: The first Lugnut to be named an All-Star is relief pitcher Lance Carter, representing the Tampa Bay Devil Rays; he does not see action in the game. Tampa Bay's closer, the 28-year-old Carter finishes the season with 26 saves and a 4.33 ERA. He pitches three further seasons, wrapping up a six-season MLB career in 2006 with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

World Series: Florida Marlins (future 2011 Nuts manager Mike Redmond) def. New York Yankees.


33. April 5: Michael Wuertz (1999), Chicago Cubs
34. April 11: Jason Szuminski (2000-01), San Diego Padres
35. May 19: Jason Dubois (2001), Chicago Cubs
36. June 2: Matt Treanor (1996), Florida Marlins
37. June 9: Jon Leicester (2001), Chicago Cubs
38. July 6: Brendan Harris (2001), Chicago Cubs
39. August 2: John Webb (2000), Tampa Bay Devil Rays

June 24: The Kansas City Royals deal Carlos Beltrán in a three-team trade, sending him to the Houston Astros in exchange for John Buck from Houston and Mark Teahen and Mike Wood from Oakland. The A's also acquire Octavio Dotel from Houston. Beltrán goes on to excel in Houston, batting .455 with two, four homers and nine RBIs in the five-game National League Division Series against Atlanta (won by the Astros) and .417 with four more home runs in the seven-game National League Championship Series against St. Louis (lost by the 'Stros).

All-Star Game: Carlos Zambrano pitches the fourth inning for the N.L., allowing a run on a hit and a walk with one strikeout, before new National Leaguer Carlos Beltrán pinch-hits for him and singles off CC Sabathia in the bottom of the fourth. Two batters later, Albert Pujols doubles home Beltrán in a three-run N.L. rally. Beltrán finishes the game 1-for-2.

World Series: Boston Red Sox def. St. Louis Cardinals (Kiko Calero).


40. April 4: Andy Sisco (2003), Kansas City Royals
41. April 24: Ronny Cedeño (2001-02), Chicago Cubs
42. May 8: Ray Sadler (2001), Pittsburgh Pirates
43. May 18: Joe Dillon (1998), Florida Marlins
44. June 15: Rich Hill (2003), Chicago Cubs
45. July 9: Adam Greenberg (2002), Chicago Cubs
46. August 31: Jermaine Van Buren (2004), Chicago Cubs
47. September 13: Ryan Theriot (2002-03), Chicago Cubs

All-Star Game: Carlos Beltrán starts in left field and bats second for the American League, finishing 1-for-3 with a single and a strikeout.


48. April 9: Sean Marshall (2003-04), Chicago Cubs
49. April 26: Ángel Guzmán (2002), Chicago Cubs
50. April 27: Casey Janssen (2005), Toronto Blue Jays
51. May 14: Jae Kuk Ryu (2002-03), Chicago Cubs
52. May 18: Renyel Pinto (2002-03), Florida Marlins
53. June 4: Carlos Mármol (2002 - C, 2004 - P), Chicago Cubs
54. August 3: Juan Mateo (2003-04), Chicago Cubs
55. August 16: Ryan O'Malley (2003), Chicago Cubs
56. August 22: Buck Coats (2003), Chicago Cubs
57. September 13: José A. Reyes (2003), Chicago Cubs

All-Star Game: Carlos Beltrán starts in center field and bats second for the National League, going 2-for-4 with a single, a double, a run scored, and a stolen base in the N.L.'s 3-2 loss. Carlos Zambrano is among the N.L.'s pitchers, but does not see action.

Honors: Gold Glove - Carlos Beltrán; Silver Slugger - Carlos Beltrán.


58. April 17: Félix Pié (2003), Chicago Cubs
59. April 23: Rocky Cherry (2003), Baltimore Orioles
60. May 28: Dewon Day (2005), Chicago White Sox
61. June 6: Curtis Thigpen (2005), Toronto Blue Jays
62. June 14: Clay Rapada (2003-04), Chicago Cubs
63. July 19: Jake Fox (2003-04), Chicago Cubs
64. July 27: Billy Petrick (2004), Chicago Cubs
65. August 16: Carmen Pignatiello (2002), Chicago Cubs
66. September 5: Eugenio Vélez (2005), San Francisco Giants

All-Star Game: Carlos Beltrán starts in center field and bats third in the order for the National League, right in between Barry Bonds and Ken Griffey, Jr. He goes 1-for-3 in the game with a triple off Justin Verlander.

Honors: Gold Glove - Carlos Beltrán; Silver Slugger - Carlos Beltrán.

World Series: Boston Red Sox def. Colorado Rockies (Jeremy Affeldt).


67. April 5: Randy Wells (2003-04), Chicago Cubs
68. April 28: Luis Montañez (2000-01), Baltimore Orioles
69. August 29: Travis Snider (2007), Toronto Blue Jays
70. September 2: Casey McGehee (2003), Chicago Cubs

All-Star Game: Cubs teammates Carlos Zambrano and Carlos Mármol turned in scoreless outings for the National League, with Zambrano handling the third and fourth innings and Mármol striking out Michael Young and Carlos Quentin in the 13th inning. The game lasted 15 innings before the American League walked off, 4-3, on a Young sacrifice fly. Mármol, who had first played with the Nuts as a weak-hitting catcher before converting to pitching, was at the height of his nine-year career, even receiving MVP votes in 2007 for his relief work. He went on to strike out 114 batters in 2008 while allowing only 40 hits (and 41 walks) in 87 1/3 innings.

September 14: Hurricane Ike relocated the Cubs and Astros to Milwaukee, where Carlos Zambrano treated the Miller Park crowd to a 10-strikeout no-hitter. It's not just the first no-hitter thrown by a Lugnut in the Majors, it's the first no-hitter for a Chicago Cub since Milt Pappas in 1972.

Honors: Gold Glove - Carlos Beltrán; Silver Slugger - Carlos Zambrano.

World Series: Philadelphia Phillies (Chad Durbin) def. Tampa Bay Rays.


71. June 18: Brad Mills (2008), Toronto Blue Jays
72. July 7: Marc Rzepczynski (2008), Toronto Blue Jays

All-Star Game: Carlos Beltrán is named an All-Star but does not see action due to ailing knees.

August 14: Not only did Félix Pié become the first Lugnut to hit for the cycle in the Major Leagues, he accomplished the feat with a two-hit inning. Having already doubled and homered, Pié led off the seventh with a single. Then, after his teammates batted around, he tripled to complete the cycle in a 16-6 rout of the Angels. After the game, his teammates congratulated him with two pies to the face.

Honors: Silver Slugger - Carlos Zambrano.

World Series: New York Yankees def. Philadelphia Phillies (Chad Durbin)


73. September 6: Adalberto Méndez (2003-04), Florida Marlins

World Series: San Francisco Giants (Jeremy Affeldt) def. Texas Rangers (Matt Treanor)


74. March 31: Tim Collins (2008), Kansas City Royals
75. April 16: Luis Pérez (2008), Toronto Blue Jays
76. April 29: David Cooper (2008), Toronto Blue Jays
77. May 17: Trystan Magnuson (2008), Oakland Athletics
78. June 10: Graham Godfrey (2007), Oakland Athletics
79. July 18: Robinson Chirinos (2003-04), Tampa Bay Rays
80. August 10: Henderson Álvarez III (2009), Toronto Blue Jays
81. August 23: Joel Carreño (2009), Toronto Blue Jays
82. August 24: Darin Mastroianni (2008), Toronto Blue Jays
83. September 13: Danny Farquhar (2008), Toronto Blue Jays
84. September 13: Chad Beck (2009), Toronto Blue Jays

All-Star Game: Carlos Beltrán started at DH for the National League All-Star Team and batted second, going 1-for-2 with a single, run scored and a strikeout.

World Series: St. Louis Cardinals (Ryan Theriot, Marc Rzepczynski) def. Texas Rangers (Matt Treanor)


85. April 5: Tyler Pastornicky (2009), Atlanta Braves
86. April 15: Evan Crawford (2010), Toronto Blue Jays
87. April 21: Drew Hutchison (2010-11), Toronto Blue Jays
88. May 17: Yan Gomes (2010), Toronto Blue Jays
89. July 14: Aaron Loup (2010), Toronto Blue Jays
90. July 31: Moisés Sierra (2008), Toronto Blue Jays
91. August 7: Chad Jenkins (2010), Toronto Blue Jays

May 17: Yan Gomes became the first Brazilian-born player to ever play Major League Baseball, starting at third base and batting eighth for the Toronto Blue Jays. Gomes finishes 2-for-3 with a pair of singles against the Yankees before getting removed for defensive replacement Omar Vizquel in a 4-1 Jays victory.

All-Star Game: Carlos Beltrán starts in right field for the National League All-Star Team and bats fifth, going 0-for-1 with a walk and a run scored.

World Series: San Francisco Giants (Ryan Theriot, Jeremy Affeldt) def. Detroit Tigers

October 28: Phil Coke had struck out seven straight batters, setting a World Series record, but Ryan Theriot – in his final MLB appearance – singles to right field to open the top of the 10th inning in a tied Game 4 of the World Series. Brandon Crawford sacrifices Theriot into scoring position and Marco Scutaro singles him in for what proved to be the World Series-clinching run for the Giants in a 4-3 victory.


92. May 24: Sean Nolin (2011), Toronto Blue Jays
93. June 29: Jonathan Díaz (2007), Boston Red Sox
94. July 23: Jake Marisnick (2010-11), Miami Marlins
95. August 14: Kevin Pillar (2012), Toronto Blue Jays
96. August 23: Ryan Goins (2009-10), Toronto Blue Jays
97. September 4: Daniel Webb (2010-11), Chicago White Sox

All-Star Game: Carlos Beltrán starts in right field and bats second for the National League All-Star Team, going 1-for-2 with a single.

September 29: Henderson Álvarez III enjoys one of the most thrilling no-hitters in baseball history. After no-hitting the Detroit Tigers through nine innings, Álvarez headed to the dugout to see if his Marlins teammates could break a scoreless tie. The Marlins proceed to load the bases with two outs, bringing Álvarez himself into the on-deck circle – before a Luke Putkonen wild pitch brings Giancarlo Stanton racing home with the winning run and a 1-0 walk-off victory, sealing Álvarez's no-hitter.

World Series: Boston Red Sox (Ryan Dempster, 2004 rehabber) def. St. Louis Cardinals (Carlos Beltrán)


98. May 14: Anthony DeSclafani (2012), Miami Marlins
99. June 27: Brad Glenn (2010), Toronto Blue Jays
100. July 23: Aaron Sanchez (2011 playoffs, 2012), Toronto Blue Jays
101. September 2: Dalton Pompey (2012-13), Toronto Blue Jays
102. September 5: Daniel Norris (2013), Toronto Blue Jays
103. September 5: Kendall Graveman (2013-14), Toronto Blue Jays

All-Star Game: Henderson Álvarez III is named a National League All-Star but does not see action in the Midsummer Classic.

Honors: N.L. Comeback Player of the Year - Casey McGehee; Silver Slugger - Yan Gomes.

World Series: San Francisco Giants (Jeremy Affeldt) def. Kansas City Royals (Tim Collins)


104. April 6: Miguel Castro (2014), Toronto Blue Jays
105. April 8: Roberto Osuna (2013), Toronto Blue Jays
106. May 5: Carlos Pérez (2011-12), Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
107. May 10: Ryan Tepera (2010), Toronto Blue Jays
108. May 12: Noah Syndergaard (2011-12), New York Mets
109. June 20: Justin Nicolino (2011-12), Miami Marlins
110. June 27: Matthew Boyd (2013), Toronto Blue Jays
111. July 4: David Rollins (2012), Seattle Mariners

World Series: Kansas City Royals def. New York Mets (Noah Syndergaard)

October 30: In his only World Series appearance, Noah Syndergaard leads the Mets to their only win of the Fall Classic with six strikeouts in six innings, allowing three runs, while going 1-for-2 with a single and a run scored in a 9-3 Game 3 victory.


112. April 22: Chad Girodo (2013), Toronto Blue Jays
113. May 9: Andy Burns (2012), Toronto Blue Jays
114. May 16: Dustin Antolin (2009-11), Toronto Blue Jays
115. June 14: Ryan Schimpf (2010), San Diego Padres
116. August 2: Danny Barnes (2010-11), Toronto Blue Jays
117. September 3: Matt Dermody (2014), Toronto Blue Jays

All-Star Game: Carlos Beltrán goes 0-for-1 as a reserve outfielder for the A.L., while Aaron Sanchez allows a run on two hits in the fourth inning for the American League. Sanchez goes on to lead the A.L. with a 3.00 ERA and top the Majors with an .882 winning percentage (15-2) in his finest season for the Toronto Blue Jays. Noah Syndergaard is among the National League's All-Star pitchers, but does not see action.

World Series: Chicago Cubs def. Cleveland (Yan Gomes)


118. April 5: Chase De Jong (2014-15), Seattle Mariners
119. April 8: Casey Lawrence (2010-11), Toronto Blue Jays
120. May 18: Dwight Smith, Jr. (2013), Toronto Blue Jays
121. May 19: Anthony Alford (2014-15), Toronto Blue Jays
122. June 23: Ian Parmley (2014), Toronto Blue Jays
123. August 9: Taylor Cole (2013), Toronto Blue Jays
124. August 15: Tim Mayza (2015), Toronto Blue Jays
125. September 1: Richard Ureña (2015), Toronto Blue Jays
126. September 1: Carlos Ramírez (2013-14 - OF, 2015 - P), Toronto Blue Jays
127. September 1: Jairo Labourt (2014), Detroit Tigers
128. September 6: A.J. Jiménez (2009-10), Texas Rangers
129. September 29: Tim Locastro (2015), Los Angeles Dodgers

All-Star Game: Roberto Osuna appears in relief for the American League, pitching a scoreless seventh inning.

Honors: Gold Glove - Marcus Stroman (2015 rehabber)

World Series: Houston Astros (Carlos Beltrán) def. Los Angeles Dodgers (Rich Hill)

November 13: Carlos Beltrán retires from playing baseball, concluding a 20-year MLB career. A member of the Lugnuts inaugural Opening Day starting lineup in 1996, Beltrán became a nine-time All-Star, three-time Gold Glove winner and two-time Silver Slugger. He finishes with 2,586 games played, 2,725 base hits, 435 home runs, 312 stolen bases, and a .279 career average.


130. April 1: Marcus Walden (2011-12), Boston Red Sox
131. June 26: Ryan Borucki (2016), Toronto Blue Jays
132. August 2: Jimmy Cordero (2014), Washington Nationals
133. August 13: Danny Jansen (2015), Toronto Blue Jays
134. August 13: Sean Reid-Foley (2015-16), Toronto Blue Jays
135. August 19: Justin Shafer (2013), Toronto Blue Jays
136. August 30: Dawel Lugo (2015), Detroit Tigers
137. September 1: José Fernández (2015), Toronto Blue Jays
138. September 5: Jonathan Davis (2015), Toronto Blue Jays
139. September 5: Rowdy Tellez (2014-15), Toronto Blue Jays
140. September 26: Jon Berti (2012), Toronto Blue Jays

All-Star Game: Yan Gomes plays in his first Midsummer Classic, substituting in for Salvador Pérez as the American League reserve catcher and going 0-for-3.

World Series: Boston Red Sox def. Los Angeles Dodgers (Rich Hill)


141. April 17: Lane Thomas (2015-16), St. Louis Cardinals
142. April 26: Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. (2017), Toronto Blue Jays
143. May 24: Cavan Biggio (2016), Toronto Blue Jays
144. May 31: Jesús Tinoco (2015), Colorado Rockies
145. June 12: Jordan Romano (2016), Toronto Blue Jays
146. July 29: Bo Bichette (2017), Toronto Blue Jays
147. August 4: Yennsy Díaz (2017-18), Toronto Blue Jays
148. September 3: Ryan McBroom (2015), Kansas City Royals
149. September 3: T.J. Zeuch (2016), Toronto Blue Jays

May 14: Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. hits his first Major League home run, going deep in the first inning off the Giants' Nick Vincent in San Francisco. At 20 years and 59 days old, he is the youngest player in Blue Jays franchise history to homer.

July 8: Guerrero, Jr. breaks the All-Star Home Run Derby records for most home runs in one round (40) and most home runs in one derby (91).

All-Star Game: Marcus Stroman (2015 rehabber) is among the A.L. All-Star pitchers but does not see action.

July 12: Taylor Cole opens and tosses two perfect innings for the Los Angeles Angels (and then Félix Peña tossed the next seven) in a 13-0 no-hitter vs. the Seattle Mariners. It was the Angels' first home game since the death of pitcher Tyler Skaggs on July 1.

August 3: Aaron Sanchez enters with the worst ERA in baseball among qualified pitchers (6.07) but twirls six hitless innings with six strikeouts, and three relievers finished a 9-0 Houston Astros no-hitter over those very same Mariners.

September 1: Robinson Chirinos, an infielder in Lansing, becomes the first MLB Lugnut to catch a no-hitter, handling Justin Verlander's third career no-no in a 2-0, 14-K Astros victory over the Toronto Blue Jays.

September 17: Toronto rookie Cavan Biggio hits for the cycle against the Baltimore Orioles, finishing with a ninth-inning triple in a Jays' 8-5 victory. In the process, Cavan and Hall of Fame dad Craig became the second father-son duo in MLB history to hit for the cycle, joining Gary and Daryle Ward. (As a kid, Cavan had posted the ticket to the game in which his father hit for the cycle on his bedroom wall.)

World Series: Washington Nationals (Yan Gomes) def. Houston Astros (Robinson Chirinos, Jake Marisnick)


150. July 23: Dany Jiménez (2018), San Francisco Giants
151. July 25: Edward Olivares (2017), San Diego Padres
152. August 18: Ángel Perdomo (2016), Milwaukee Brewers
153. September 12: Alejandro Kirk (2019), Toronto Blue Jays
154. September 18: Patrick Murphy (2016-17), Toronto Blue Jays

World Series: L.A. Dodgers (pitching coach Mark Prior) def. Tampa Bay Rays (P Aaron Loup)


155. April 9: Joshua Palacios (2016-17), Toronto Blue Jays
156. April 9: Ty Tice (2018), Toronto Blue Jays
157. June 17: Tayler Saucedo (2016-17), Toronto Blue Jays
158. July 27: Conner Greene (2015), Baltimore Orioles
159. July 28: Kirby Snead (2016-17), Toronto Blue Jays
160. August 17: Otto López (2019), Toronto Blue Jays
161. August 18: Kevin Smith (2018), Toronto Blue Jays

April 9: Playing for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Tim Locastro breaks Tim Raines's Major League record for most consecutive successful stolen bases to begin a career, swiping second base against Cincinnati for his 28th straight successful steal. His spikes from the stolen base attempt were sent to Cooperstown to commemorate his achievement. Locastro went on to extend his record to 29 straight steals before the streak ended.

June 24: Ryan Tepera pitched the seventh inning, walking one, in a four-pitcher combined no-hitter for the Chicago Cubs over the Los Angeles Dodgers, 4-0. The Dodgers drew eight walks in the loss.

All-Star Game: Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. starts at first base for the American League, going 1-for-3 with a home run off Corbin Burnes and two RBIs to earn the Ted Williams Award as All-Star Game MVP. Bo Bichette also takes part in the game as an A.L. reserve at shortstop.

Honors: Hank Aaron Award - Vladimir Guerrero, Jr.; Tip O'Neill Award - Vladimir Guerrero, Jr.; Silver Slugger - Vladimir Guerrero, Jr.

World Series: Atlanta Braves (catching coach Sal Fasano, 2010 Lugnuts manager) def. Houston Astros (Kendall Graveman)


162. April 9: Zach Jackson (2017), Oakland Athletics
163. April 19: Zach Logue (2018), Oakland Athletics
164. April 20: Christian Lopes (2012), Oakland Athletics
165. May 1: Vinny Capra (2018), Toronto Blue Jays
166. May 9: Danny Young (2016), Seattle Mariners
167. May 28: Josh Winckowski (2019), Boston Red Sox
168. June 11: Gabriel Moreno (2019), Toronto Blue Jays
169. June 19: Max Castillo (2018), Toronto Blue Jays
170. July 31: Jake Fishman (2017), Miami Marlins
171. August 19: Norge Ruíz (2021), Oakland Athletics
172. September 13: Jordan Groshans (2019), Miami Marlins
173. September 18: Jordan Díaz (2021), Oakland Athletics

April 10: Jordan Romano breaks Tom Henke's Toronto Blue Jays franchise record with his 26th consecutive save.

May 4: Rowdy Tellez sets the Milwaukee Brewers single game franchise record with eight RBIs in an 18-4 win over the Reds, hitting a 453-foot grand slam and a 431-foot two-run homer.

All-Star Game: Alejandro Kirk (catcher) and Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. (first base) start for the American League, each going 0-for-2. Kirk, the first Mexican catcher to ever be an All-Star starter catches the ceremonial first pitch from Fernando Valenzuela. Jordan Romano is also an A.L. All-Star, but does not see action.

September 28: Blue Jays reliever Tim Mayza serves up Aaron Judge's 61st home run, tying the American League single season record.

Honors: Gold Glove - Vladimir Guerrero, Jr.

World Series: Houston Astros def. Philadelphia Phillies (Noah Syndergaard).


174. March 30: Ryan Noda (2018), Oakland Athletics
175. April 14: Hogan Harris (2022), Oakland Athletics
176. April 19: Mason Miller (2022), Oakland Athletics
177. May 14: Garrett Acton (2021), Oakland Athletics
178. June 17: Samad Taylor (2018), Kansas City Royals
179. July 14: Tyler Soderstrom (2022), Oakland Athletics
180. August 11: Lawrence Butler (2021-22), Oakland Athletics
181. August 11: Hagen Danner (2019), Toronto Blue Jays
182. August 28: Drew Millas (2021), Washington Nationals
183. September 20: Joey Estes (2022), Oakland Athletics
184. September 24: José Espada (2019), San Diego Padres

March 30: Ryan Noda becomes the second player in Major League history to debut on his birthday, joining Detroit's Jess Doyle (4-14-25).