Published Tuesday, June 25, 2013 AT 6:09 PM / Updated at 6:09 PM
Former CWS players in the majors
Rob White Omaha World-Herald

Here’s a list of every player in the major leagues who participated in the College World Series prior to going pro.

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Arizona
Willie Bloomquist, util (Arizona St., 1998)
Will Harris, p (LSU, 2003)
Aaron Hill, 2b (LSU, 2003)
Joe Patterson, p (Oregon St., 2006-07)
Brad Ziegler, p (Missouri St., 2003)

Atlanta
Tim Hudson, p (Auburn, 1997)
Reed Johnson, of (Cal State Fullerton, 1999)

Baltimore
Darren O’Day, p (Florida, 2005)
Steve Pearce, 1b (South Carolina, 2004)
Taylor Teagarden, c (Texas, 2003-05)
Danny Valencia, 3b (Miami, 2006)
Matt Wieters, c (Georgia Tech, 2006)

Boston
Jacoby Ellsbury, of (Oregon St., 2005)
Andrew Miller, p (North Carolina, 2006)
David Ross, c (Auburn, 1997; Florida, 1998)

Chicago Cubs
Darwin Barney, 2b (Oregon St., 2005-07)
Julio Borbon, of (Tennessee, 2005)

Chicago White Sox
Dylan Axelrod, p (UC Irvine, 2007)
Gordon Beckham, 2b (Georgia, 2006, 2008)
Jeff Keppinger, 2b-3b (Georgia, 2001)

Cincinnati
Mike Leake, p (Arizona St., 2007, 2009)
Sam LeCure, p (Texas, 2003-04)

Cleveland
Jason Giambi, 1b (Long Beach St., 1991)
Jason Kipnis, 2b (Arizona St., 2009)
Matt Langwell, p (Rice, 2007-08)
Chris Perez, p (Miami, 2004, 2006)
Vinnie Pestano, p (CS Fullerton, 2004, 2006)
Drew Stubbs, of (Texas, 2004-05)
Blake Wood, p (Georgia Tech, 2006)

Colorado
Tyler Colvin, of-1b (Clemson, 2006)
Todd Helton, 1b (Tennessee, 1995)
DJ LeMahieu, 2b (LSU, 2008-09)

Detroit
Drew Smyly, p (Arkansas, 2009)

Houston
Jason Castro, c (Stanford, 2008)
Trevor Crowe, of (Arizona, 2004)
Josh Fields, p (Georgia, 2006, 2008)
Dallas Keuchel, p (Arkansas, 2009)

Kansas City
Alex Gordon, of (Nebraska, 2005)
Jeremy Guthrie, p (Stanford, 2001-02)
Luke Hochevar, p (Tennessee, 2005)

Los Angeles Angels
Brad Hawpe, of (LSU, 2000)

Los Angeles Dodgers
Mark Ellis, 2b (Florida, 1996, 1998)
Tim Federowicz, c (North Carolina, 2006-08)
J.P. Howell, p (Texas, 2003-04)
Paco Rodriguez, p (Florida, 2010-12)

Miami
Matt Diaz, of (Florida St., 1999-2000)

Milwaukee
John Axford, p (Notre Dame, 2002)
Ryan Braun, of (Miami, 2003-04)

Minnesota
Brian Dozier, ss (Southern Miss, 2009)
Brian Duensing, p (Nebraska, 2002, 2005)

New York Mets
David Aardsma, p (Rice, 2002-03)
Matt Harvey, p (North Carolina, 2008-09)
Shaun Marcum, p (Missouri St., 2003)
Justin Turner, if (Cal State Fullerton, 2003-04, 2006)
Omar Quintanilla, ss (Texas, 2002-03)

New York Yankees
Joba Chamberlain, p (Nebraska, 2005)
Adam Warren, p (North Carolina, 2006-09)

Oakland
Jed Lowrie, 2b-ss (Stanford, 2003)
Eric Sogard, if (Arizona St., 2005, 2007)

Philadelphia
John Mayberry Jr., of (Stanford, 2003)
Joe Savery, p (Rice, 2006-07)

Pittsburgh
Gerrit Cole, p (UCLA, 2010)
Mark Melancon, p (Arizona, 2004)
Gaby Sanchez, 1b (Miami, 2003-04)
Tony Watson, p (Nebraska, 2005)
Justin Wilson, p (Fresno St., 2008)

St. Louis
Randy Choate, p (Florida St., 1996)
John Gast, p (Florida St., 2008, 2010)
Jon Jay, of (Miami, 2004, 2006)
Michael Wacha, p (Texas A&M, 2011)

San Diego
Yonder Alonso, 1b (Miami, 2006, 2008)
Yasmani Grandal, c (Miami, 2008)
Chase Headley, 3b (Tennessee, 2005)
Nick Hundley, c (Arizona, 2004)
Mark Kotsay, of (Cal State Fullerton, 1994-95)
Carlos Quentin, of (Stanford, 2001-03)
Huston Street, p (Texas, 2002-04)

San Francisco
Brandon Belt, of-1b (Texas, 2009)
Brett Pill, of (Cal State Fullerton, 2004, 2006)
Buster Posey, c (Florida St., 2008)

Seattle
Kyle Seager, 3b (North Carolina, 2007-09)
Mike Zunino, c (Florida, 2010-12)

Tampa Bay
Sam Fuld, of (Stanford, 2001-03)
Jeff Niemann, p (Rice, 2002-03)

Texas
Jeff Baker, 1b-3b (Clemson, 2000, 2002)
Lance Berkman, 1b (Rice, 1997)
Justin Grimm, p (Georgia, 2008)
Mitch Moreland, 1b-of (Mississippi St., 2007)
Tanner Scheppers, p (Fresno St., 2008)

Toronto
J.P. Arencibia, c (Tennessee, 2005)
R.A. Dickey, p (Tennessee, 1995)

Washington
Erik Davis, p (Stanford, 2008)
Drew Storen, p (Stanford, 2008)
Kurt Suzuki, c (Cal State Fullerton, 2003-04)

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