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 Notable Former Triple-A Players  
While most Triple-A players go on to success in the Major Leagues, others have found fame in other arenas such as politics, show business, or other professional sports. The following is a sampling of some of Triple-A Baseball's memorable alumni.











More Triple-A Alumni
NAME TRIPLE-A PARTICIPATION
Sammy Baugh NFL Hall of Famer Columbus & Rochester (1938)
Larry Bettencourt College Football Hall of Famer Milwaukee (1933), Minneapolis (1944)
Josh Booty NFL Star Charlotte (1998)
Benny Borgmann Basketball Hall of Famer Sacramento (1939), Syracuse (1941)
Jim Bunning U.S. Senator Buff. (1953-54), L. Rock (1954), Charleston (1955)
Hop Cassady 1955 Heisman Trophy Winner Columbus (1990-2003) - Coach
Rob Dibble Star of Best Damn Sports Show Nashville (1987-88)
Gene Conley NBA Star Milwaukee (1952), Toledo (1953)
Dave DeBusschere NBA Hall of Famer Indianapolis (1964-65)
Cecil "Babe" Dye Hockey Hall of Famer Toronto (1920,1926), Buffalo (1922-26)
John Kruk Star of ESPN Baseball Tonight Las Vegas (1984-86), Scranton/WB (1994)
Tim McCarver Fox Baseball Analyst Rochester (1959), Charleston (1961), Atlanta (1962)
Clarence "Ace" Parker NFL Hall of Famer Syracuse (1940)
Harold Reynolds National Baseball Analyst Salt Lake (1983-84), Calgary (1985-86)
Ron Shelton Movie Director Rochester (1970-71)
Fred Sington College Football Hall of Famer Albany (1934), Louisville (1939-40)
Jim Thorpe NFL Hall of Famer, Olympian Harrisburg, J.City (1915), Akron (1920), Portland (1922)
Bob Uecker Actor, MLB Broadcaster Denver (1963)
Chris Weinke Heisman Trophy Winner Syracuse (1994-95)