List of oldest living Major League Baseball players

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This list includes the 100 oldest living former Major League Baseball players, listed from oldest to youngest. The primary position of each player is noted after his name.

* Denotes All-Star

† Denotes Hall of Famer

Rank Name Age Date of birth ML debut Final game Teams
01 Mike Sandlock (C) 99 years, 162 days October 17, 1915 September 19, 1942 September 27, 1953 195 games: Boston Braves, Brooklyn Dodgers and Pittsburgh Pirates
02 Eddie Carnett (LF) 98 years, 158 days October 21, 1916 April 19, 1941 July 7, 1945 158 games: Boston Braves, Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians
03 Alex Monchak (SS) 98 years, 23 days March 5, 1917 June 22, 1940 September 1, 1940 19 games: Philadelphia Phillies
04 Lennie Merullo (SS) 97 years, 327 days May 5, 1917 September 21, 1941 August 22, 1947 639 games: Chicago Cubs
05 Carl Miles (P) 97 years, 6 days March 22, 1918 June 8, 1940 July 2, 1940 2 games: Philadelphia Athletics
06 Bobby Doerr*† (2B) 96 years, 355 days April 7, 1918 April 20, 1937 September 7, 1951 1,865 games: Boston Red Sox
07 Chuck Stevens (1B) 96 years, 261 days July 10, 1918 September 16, 1941 July 25, 1948 211 games: St. Louis Browns
08 Bill Endicott (OF) 96 years, 205 days September 4, 1918 April 21, 1946 September 18, 1946 20 games: St. Louis Cardinals
09 Fred Caligiuri (P) 96 years, 157 days October 22, 1918 September 3, 1941 September 20, 1942 18 games: Philadelphia Athletics
010 Monte Irvin*† (LF) 96 years, 31 days February 25, 1919 July 8, 1949 September 30, 1956 764 games: New York Giants and Chicago Cubs (plus Negro Leagues)
011 Steve Nagy (P) 95 years, 304 days May 28, 1919 April 23, 1947 June 30, 1950 21 games: Washington Senators and Pittsburgh Pirates
012 Luis Olmo (OF) 95 years, 229 days August 11, 1919 July 23, 1943 June 6, 1951 438 games: Brooklyn Dodgers and Boston Braves
013 Tom Jordan (C) 95 years, 204 days September 5, 1919 September 4, 1944 April 28, 1948 29 games: Chicago White Sox, St. Louis Browns and Cleveland Indians
014 Lee Pfund (P) 95 years, 169 days October 10, 1919 April 21, 1945 July 5, 1945 15 games: Brooklyn Dodgers
015 Bill Mills (C) 95 years, 146 days November 2, 1919 May 19, 1944 June 3, 1944 5 games: Philadelphia Athletics
016 Rugger Ardizoia (P) 95 years, 128 days November 20, 1919 April 30, 1947 April 30, 1947 1 game: New York Yankees
017 Dick Adams (1B) 94 years, 354 days April 8, 1920 May 20, 1947 September 28, 1947 37 games: Philadelphia Athletics
018 Larry Eschen (SS) 94 years, 187 days September 22, 1920 June 16, 1942 July 17, 1942 12 games: Philadelphia Athletics
019 Val Heim (LF) 94 years, 144 days November 4, 1920 August 31, 1942 September 22, 1942 13 games: Chicago White Sox
020 Wally Westlake* (OF-3B) 94 years, 140 days November 8, 1920 April 15, 1947 May 12, 1956 958 games: Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies, Cleveland Indians and Baltimore Orioles
021 Eddie Robinson* (1B) 94 years, 103 days December 15, 1920 September 9, 1942 September 15, 1957 1,315 games: Cleveland Indians, Washington Senators, Chicago White Sox, Philadelphia Athletics, New York Yankees, Kansas City Athletics, Detroit Tigers, and Baltimore Orioles
022 Dick Starr (P) 94 years, 26 days March 2, 1921 September 5, 1947 September 29, 1951 95 games: New York Yankees, St. Louis Browns and Washington Senators
023 George Elder (LF) 94 years, 18 days March 10, 1921 July 22, 1949 September 25, 1949 41 games: St. Louis Browns
024 Jim Rivera (OF) 93 years, 249 days July 22, 1921 April 15, 1952 September 30, 1961 1,171 games: St. Louis Browns, Chicago White Sox and Kansas City Athletics
025 Clint Conatser (OF) 93 years, 247 days July 24, 1921 April 21, 1948 July 14, 1949 143 games: Boston Braves
026 Marv Rackley (OF) 93 years, 246 days July 25, 1921 April 15, 1947 May 8, 1950 185 games: Brooklyn Dodgers, Pittsburgh Pirates and Cincinnati Reds
027 Red Adams (P) 93 years, 172 days October 7, 1921 May 5, 1946 July 2, 1946 8 games: Chicago Cubs
028 Neill Sheridan (PH) 93 years, 128 days November 20, 1921 September 19, 1948 September 26, 1948 2 games: Boston Red Sox
029 Dave Ferriss* (P) 93 years, 113 days December 5, 1921 April 29, 1945 April 18, 1952 194 games: Boston Red Sox
030 Neil Berry (SS) 93 years, 76 days January 11, 1922 April 20, 1948 May 11, 1954 172 games: Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers, St. Louis Browns and Baltimore Orioles
031 Sam Mele (1B) 93 years, 66 days January 21, 1922 April 15, 1947 September 16, 1956 1,046 games: Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox, Washington Senators, Baltimore Orioles, Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Redlegs
032 George Genovese (PH) 93 years, 34 days February 22, 1922 April 29, 1950 May 6, 1950 3 games: Washington Senators
033 Johnny Hetki (P) 92 years, 320 days May 12, 1922 September 14, 1945 September 22, 1954 214 games: Cincinnati Reds, St. Louis Browns, and Pittsburgh Pirates
034 Gil Coan (LF) 92 years, 314 days May 18, 1922 April 27, 1946 April 25, 1956 918 games: Washington Senators, Baltimore Orioles, Chicago White Sox and New York Giants
035 George Burpo (P) 92 years, 282 days June 19, 1922 June 9, 1946 July 3, 1946 2 games: Cincinnati Reds
036 Vic Barnhart (SS-3B) 92 years, 208 days September 1, 1922 October 1, 1944 April 21, 1946 74 games: Pittsburgh Pirates
037 Harry Perkowski (P) 92 years, 203 days September 6, 1922 September 13, 1947 September 18, 1955 197 games: Cincinnati Reds and Chicago Cubs
038 Eddie Basinski (SS-2B) 92 years, 144 days November 4, 1922 May 20, 1944 July 4, 1947 203 games: Brooklyn Dodgers and Pittsburgh Pirates
039 George Yankowski (C) 92 years, 129 days November 19, 1922 August 17, 1942 June 28, 1946 18 games: Philadelphia Athletics and Chicago White Sox
040 Neal Watlington (C) 92 years, 93 days December 25, 1922 July 10, 1953 September 17, 1953 21 games: Philadelphia Athletics
041 Red Schoendienst *† (2B) 92 years, 54 days February 2, 1923 April 17, 1945 July 7, 1963 2,216 games: St. Louis Cardinals, Milwaukee Braves and New York Giants
042 Solly Hemus (SS) 91 years, 345 days April 17, 1923 April 27, 1949 June 14, 1959 961 games: St. Louis Cardinals and Philadelphia Phillies
043 José Zardón (OF) 91 years, 312 days May 20, 1923 April 18, 1945 September 16, 1945 54 games: Washington Senators
044 Bob Kuzava (P) 91 years, 304 days May 28, 1923 September 21, 1946 September 29, 1957 214 games: Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox, Washington Senators, New York Yankees, Baltimore Orioles, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals
045 Len Okrie (C) 91 years, 255 days July 16, 1923 June 16, 1948 April 16, 1952 42 games: Washington Senators and Boston Red Sox
046 Tom Wright (PH-OF) 91 years, 187 days September 22, 1923 September 15, 1948 April 18, 1956 341 games: Boston Red Sox, St. Louis Browns, Chicago White Sox and Washington Senators
047 Lee Howard (P) 91 years, 137 days November 11, 1923 September 22, 1946 September 25, 1947 5 games: Pittsburgh Pirates
048 Tim Thompson (C) 91 years, 27 days March 1, 1924 April 28, 1954 April 27, 1958 187 games: Brooklyn Dodgers, Kansas City Athletics and Detroit Tigers
049 Ed Mierkowicz (LF-PH) 91 years, 22 days March 6, 1924 August 31, 1945 April 19, 1950 35 games: Detroit Tigers and St. Louis Cardinals
050 Chuck Harmon (OF) 90 years, 339 days April 23, 1924 April 17, 1954 September 15, 1957 289 games: Cincinnati Reds, St. Louis Cardinals and Philadelphia Phillies
051 Art Schallock (P) 90 years, 337 days April 25, 1924 July 16, 1951 September 23, 1955 58 games: New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles
052 Ed Fitz Gerald (C) 90 years, 311 days May 21, 1924 April 19, 1948 September 15, 1959 807 games: Pittsburgh Pirates, Washington Senators and Cleveland Indians
053 Turk Lown (P) 90 years, 302 days May 30, 1924 April 24, 1951 September 22, 1962 506 games: Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds and Chicago White Sox
054 Milt Welch (C) 90 years, 245 days July 26, 1924 June 5, 1945 June 5, 1945 1 game: Detroit Tigers
055 Ed Samcoff (2B) 90 years, 208 days September 1, 1924 April 21, 1951 April 26, 1951 4 games: Philadelphia Athletics
056 Bill Greason (P) 90 years, 206 days September 3, 1924 May 31, 1954 June 20, 1954 3 games: St. Louis Cardinals
057 Lou Grasmick (P) 90 years, 198 days September 11, 1924 April 22, 1948 April 24, 1948 2 games: Philadelphia Phillies
058 Charlie Silvera (C) 90 years, 166 days October 13, 1924 September 29, 1948 September 28, 1957 227 games: New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs
059 Bobby Brown (3B) 90 years, 154 days October 25, 1924 September 22, 1946 June 30, 1954 548 games: New York Yankees
060 Irv Noren* (OF) 90 years, 119 days November 29, 1924 April 18, 1950 October 1, 1960 1,093 games: Washington Senators, New York Yankees, Kansas City Athletics, St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers
061 Hal Brown (P) 90 years, 107 days December 11, 1924 April 19, 1951 September 16, 1964 410 games: Chicago White Sox, Boston Red Sox, Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees and Houston Colt .45s
062 Buddy Lively (P) 90 years, 42 days February 14, 1925 April 17, 1947 September 25, 1949 79 games: Cincinnati Reds
063 Hal Schacker (P) 89 years, 356 days April 6, 1925 May 9, 1945 June 14, 1945 6 games: Boston Braves
064 Bob Spicer (P) 89 years, 351 days April 11, 1925 April 17, 1955 September 22, 1956 4 games: Kansas City Athletics
065 Alton Brown (P) 89 years, 346 days April 16, 1925 April 21, 1951 May 27, 1951 7 games: Washington Senators
066 Bob Cerv* (OF) 89 years, 327 days May 5, 1925 August 1, 1951 July 29, 1962 829 games: New York Yankees, Kansas City Athletics, Los Angeles Angels, and Houston Colt .45s
Johnny Rutherford (P) 89 years, 327 days May 5, 1925 April 30, 1952 September 23, 1952 22 games: Brooklyn Dodgers
068 Yogi Berra*† (C) 89 years, 320 days May 12, 1925 September 22, 1946 May 9, 1965 2,120 games: New York Yankees and New York Mets
069 Fenton Mole (1B) 89 years, 287 days June 14, 1925 September 1, 1949 September 30, 1949 10 games: New York Yankees
070 Wayne Terwilliger (2B) 89 years, 274 days June 27, 1925 August 6, 1949 May 16, 1960 666 games: Chicago Cubs, Brooklyn Dodgers, Washington Senators, New York Giants, and Kansas City Athletics
071 Windy McCall (P) 89 years, 253 days July 18, 1925 April 25, 1948 May 5, 1957 134 games: Boston Red Sox, Pittsburgh Pirates, and New York Giants
072 Larry Miggins (OF) 89 years, 220 days August 20, 1925 October 3, 1948 September 28, 1952 43 games: St. Louis Cardinals
073 Billy DeMars (SS) 89 years, 214 days August 26, 1925 May 18, 1948 September 28, 1951 80 games: Philadelphia Athletics, St. Louis Browns
074 Paul Hinrichs (P) 89 years, 209 days August 31, 1925 May 16, 1951 June 21, 1951 4 games: Boston Red Sox
075 Bobby Shantz* (P) 89 years, 183 days September 26, 1925 May 1, 1949 September 29, 1964 578 games: Philadelphia Athletics, New York Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates, Houston Colt .45s, St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs and Philadelphia Phillies
076 Chris Haughey (P) 89 years, 176 days October 3, 1925 October 3, 1943 October 3, 1943 1 game: Brooklyn Dodgers
077 Tommy Giordano (2B) 89 years, 170 days October 9, 1925 September 11, 1953 September 26, 1953 11 games: Philadelphia Athletics
078 Bob Addis (OF) 89 years, 142 days November 6, 1925 September 1, 1950 June 12, 1953 135 games: Boston Braves, Chicago Cubs, and Pittsburgh Pirates
079 Rance Pless (1B-3B) 89 years, 112 days December 6, 1925 April 21, 1956 September 30, 1956 20 games: Kansas City Athletics
080 Ned Garver* (P) 89 years, 93 days December 25, 1925 April 28, 1948 June 4, 1961 458 games: St. Louis Browns, Detroit Tigers, Kansas City Athletics and Los Angeles Angels
Dick Manville (P) 89 years, 93 days December 25, 1925 April 30, 1950 September 10, 1952 12 games: Boston Braves and Chicago Cubs
082 Ralph Branca* (P) 89 years, 81 days January 6, 1926 June 12, 1944 September 7, 1956 322 games: Brooklyn Dodgers, Detroit Tigers and New York Yankees
083 Bob Borkowski (OF) 89 years, 60 days January 27, 1926 April 22, 1950 July 10, 1955 470 games: Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, and Brooklyn Dodgers
084 Hank Workman (1B) 89 years, 51 days February 5, 1926 September 4, 1950 October 1, 1950 2 games: New York Yankees
085 Randy Jackson* (3B) 89 years, 46 days February 10, 1926 May 2, 1950 September 25, 1959 955 games: Chicago Cubs, Brooklyn Dodgers, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Cleveland Indians
086 Joe Garagiola (C) 89 years, 44 days February 12, 1926 May 26, 1946 September 26, 1954 676 games: St. Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs, and New York Giants
087 Howie Judson (P) 89 years, 40 days February 16, 1926 April 22, 1948 September 25, 1954 208 games: Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati Redlegs/Reds
088 Jack Crimian (P) 89 years, 39 days February 17, 1926 July 3, 1951 May 6, 1957 75 games: St. Louis Cardinals, Kansas City Athletics, and Detroit Tigers
089 Dick Koecher (P) 88 years, 363 days March 30, 1926 September 29, 1946 October 2, 1948 7 games: Philadelphia Phillies
090 Alex Grammas (SS) 88 years, 359 days April 3, 1926 April 13, 1954 September 29, 1963 913 games: St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Redlegs, and Chicago Cubs
091 Bert Thiel (P) 88 years, 328 days May 4, 1926 April 17, 1952 April 30, 1952 4 games: Boston Braves
092 Dick Cole (SS) 88 years, 326 days May 6, 1926 April 27, 1951 July 21, 1957 456 games: St. Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Milwaukee Braves
093 Harvey Gentry (PH) 88 years, 305 days May 27, 1926 April 14, 1954 April 27, 1954 5 games: New York Giants
094 Frank Saucier (OF) 88 years, 304 days May 28, 1926 July 21, 1951 September 23, 1951 18 games: St. Louis Browns
095 Don Newcombe* (P) 88 years, 287 days June 14, 1926 May 20, 1949 October 1, 1960 452 games: Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers, Cincinnati Redlegs/Reds, and Cleveland Indians
096 Bob Miller (P) 88 years, 285 days June 16, 1926 September 16, 1949 August 10, 1958 261 games: Philadelphia Phillies
097 Bobby Morgan (IF) 88 years, 272 days June 29, 1926 April 18, 1950 April 20, 1958 671 games: Brooklyn Dodgers, Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals, and Chicago Cubs
098 Roy Hawes (1B) 88 years, 266 days July 5, 1926 September 23, 1951 September 30, 1951 3 games: Washington Senators
099 Harry MacPherson (P) 88 years, 261 days July 10, 1926 August 14, 1944 August 14, 1944 1 game: Boston Braves
0100 Johnny Groth (OF) 88 years, 248 days July 23, 1926 September 5, 1946 July 28, 1960 1,248 games: Detroit Tigers, St. Louis Browns, Chicago White Sox, Washington Senators, and Kansas City Athletics

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