List of athletes from Maryland A – M

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Maryland has a long history concerning sports and a number of major and minor professional sport figures have hailed from the state. Maryland enjoys considerable historical repute for the talented sports players of its past, including Cal Ripken Jr, Michael Phelps and Babe Ruth.

Ed Beatin, native of Baltimore, Maryland
James Carter, native of Baltimore, Maryland
Kenny Cooper, native of Baltimore, Maryland
Hugh Daily, native of Baltimore, Maryland
Dominique Dawes, native of Silver Spring, Maryland and Olympic Gold medalist
Juan Dixon, native of Baltimore, Maryland
Chick Fewster, native of Baltimore, Maryland sliding into third base
Daryl Gardener, native of Baltimore, Maryland
Rudy Gay, native of Baltimore, Maryland
Georgia Gould, native of Baltimore, Maryland
Gabe Gross, native of Baltimore, Maryland
Bob Hall, native of Baltimore, Maryland
Pat Healey, native of Baltimore, Maryland
Buck Herzog, native of Baltimore, Maryland
Bill Holbert, native of Baltimore, Maryland
Al Kaline, native of Baltimore, Maryland and member of Baseball Hall of Fame
Name Sport Professional Years Hometown Notes Ref

A[edit]

Rob Abiamiri American Football 2005–2007 Randallstown [1]
Victor Abiamiri American Football 2007 – present Baltimore [2]
Nick Adenhart Baseball 2008–2009 Silver Spring [3]
David Alexander American Football 1987–1994, 1996 Silver Spring [4]
Yari Allnutt Soccer 1989–2004 Baltimore
Matt Alrich Lacrosse 2004 – present Baltimore [5]
Tom Amrhein Soccer 1934–1947 Baltimore * Inducted into the Maryland Soccer Hall of Fame in 1981 [6]
Brady Anderson Baseball 1988–2002 Silver Spring [7]
Harry Anderson Baseball 1957–1961 North East * Inducted into Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame 1981 [8]
Richie Anderson American Football 1993–2004 Olney [9]
Tom Angley Baseball 1925 Baltimore [10]
Sam Anno American Football 1987–1993 Silver Spring [11]
Steve Armas Soccer 1999–2005 Germantown
Bob Armstrong Baseball 1871 Baltimore [12]
Trace Armstrong American Football 1989–2003 Bethesda [13]
Kyle Arrington American Football 2008 – present Accokeek [14]
Sonny Askew Soccer 1977–1989 Baltimore * Inducted into Maryland Soccer Hall of Fame 1994 [15]
Ed Atkinson Baseball 1873 Baltimore [16]
Tavon Austin Football 2013 Baltimore [17]
Dick Aylward Baseball 1953 Baltimore [18]

B[edit]

Carlton Bailey American Football 1988–1997 Baltimore [19]
Harold Baines Baseball 1980–2001 Easton * First Overall draft pick in 1977 Major League Baseball draft [20]
John Baker Baseball 1908–1922 Trappe * Inducted into National Baseball Hall of Fame 1955 [21][22]
Bob Baldwin American Football 1966 Baltimore [23]
Harry Baldwin Baseball 1924–1925 Baltimore [24]
John Bale Baseball 1999 – present Cheverly [25]
Jim Ball Baseball 1907–1908 Harford County [26]
Chuck Banks American Football 1986–1987 Baltimore [27]
Josh Banks Baseball 2007 – present Baltimore [28]
Ken Bannister Basketball 1984–1991 Baltimore [29]
Steve Barber Baseball 1960–1974 Takoma Park [30]
Brian Bark Baseball 1990–1995 Baltimore [31]
Devin Barclay Soccer 2001–2005 Annapolis
Brooks Barnard American Football 2003 [32]
Vic Barnhart Baseball 1944–1945 Hagerstown [33]
Dave Batton Basketball 1982–1984 Baltimore [34]
Lonny Baxter Basketball 2002 – present Silver Spring [35]
Johnny Beall Baseball 1913–1916, 1918 Beltsville [36]
Betsy Beard Rowing 1984, 1988 Baltimore [37]
Ted Beard Baseball 1948–1958 Woodsboro [38]
Michael Beasley Basketball 2008 – present Frederick [39]
Ed Beatin Baseball 1887–1891 Baltimore [40]
Desmond Beatty Baseball 1914 Baltimore [41]
Kyle Beckerman Soccer 2000–present Crofton [42]
Brian Bell American Football 2007 Kettering [43]
Jacob Bender American Football 2007 – present Mayo [44]
Frank Bennett Baseball 1927–1928 Mardela Springs [45]
Harry Benson American Football 1935 [46]
Jack Bentley Baseball 1913–1926 Silver Spring [47]
Boze Berger Baseball 1932–1939 Baltimore [48]
Stephen Berger Lacrosse 2004 – present Jessup [49]
Mike Bielecki Baseball 1984–1997 Baltimore [50]
Harry Biemiller Baseball 1920–1925 Baltimore [51]
Norman Black Basketball 1980–1997 Baltimore [52]
Leigh Bodden American Football 2003 – present Hyattsville [53]
Muggsy Bogues Basketball 1987–2001 Baltimore [54]
Josh Boone Basketball 2006 – present Mount Airy [55]
Keith Booth Basketball 1997–1999 Baltimore [56]
Dave Boswell Baseball 1964–1971 Baltimore [57]
Beth Botsford Swimming 1996 Baltimore [58]
Ken Boyd Basketball 1974–1975 Frederick [59]
Charles Bradley Basketball 1981–1984 Havre de Grace [60]
Dudley Bradley Basketball 1979–1989 Baltimore [61]
Art Bragg Track 1952 Baltimore [62]
Art Brandau American Football 1945–1946 Baltimore [63]
Hezekiah Braxton American Football 1962–1963 Baltimore [64]
Rod Breedlove American Football 1960–1967 Cumberland [65]
Donald Brown American Football 1986–1987 Annapolis [66]
Troy Brohawn Baseball 2001–2003 Cambridge [67]
Jim Brown Baseball 1915–1916 Laurel [68]
Roger Brown American Football 1990–1992 Baltimore [69]
Stub Brown Baseball 1893–1897 Baltimore [70]
Jeff Brubaker Ice Hockey 1974–1989 Hagerstown [71]
Mark Budzinski Baseball 1995–2005 Severna Park [72]
Scott Buete Soccer 2004 – present Bowie [73]
Damon Buford Baseball 1993–2001 Baltimore [74]
Elise Burgin Tennis 1980–1993 Baltimore Inducted into the USTA Mid–Atlantic Tennis Hall of Fame 2003. [75]
Leo Burke Baseball 1958–1965 Hagerstown [76]
C. B. Burns Baseball 1902 Bayview [77]
Evers Burns Basketball 1993–1998 Baltimore [78]
Preston Burpo Soccer 1997 – present Bethesda [79]
Al Burris Baseball 1894 Warwick [80]
Joe Buskey Baseball 1926 Cumberland [81]
Bill Butler Baseball 1969–1977 Hyattsville [82]
Tommy Byrne Baseball 1943–1953 Baltimore [83]

C[edit]

Nick Campofreda American Football 1944 Baltimore [84]
Michael Campanaro American Football 2014 – present Clarksville [85]
Fred Carl Baseball 1899 Baltimore [86]
Luke Carlin Baseball 2002 – present Silver Spring [87]
Keion Carpenter American Football 1999–2005 Baltimore [88]
Ed Carroll Baseball 1929 Baltimore [89]
James Carter Track 2000–2009 Baltimore [90]
Louis Carter American Football 1975–1978 Laurel [91]
Sam Cassell Basketball 1993 – present Baltimore [92]
Brett Cecil Baseball 2009– present Dunkirk [93]
Giuliano Celenza Soccer 2000 – present Baltimore [94]
Florence Chambers Swimming 1924 Baltimore [95]
Harry Chappas Baseball 1978–1980 Mount Rainier [96]
Raymond Chester American Football 1970–1981, 1983 Cambridge * First Round Draft Pick in 1970 NFL Draft. [97]
Harry Child Baseball 1930 Baltimore [98]
Cupid Childs Baseball 1888–1901 Calvert County [99]
Earl Christy American Football 1966–1968 Perryman [100]
Eugene Chung American Football 1992–1997 Prince George's County [101]
Harry Clarke American Football 1940–1948 Cumberland [102]
Sherman Clark Rowing 1920 Baltimore [103]
Lefty Clarke Baseball 1921 Clarksville [104]
Bill Clay Baseball 1902 Baltimore [105]
Colin Cloherty American Football 2009 – present Bethesda [106]
Ken Cloude Baseball 1994–2004 Baltimore [107]
Andy Cohen Baseball 1926–1929 Baltimore [108]
Syd Cohen Baseball 1934–1937 Baltimore [109]
Dave Cole Baseball 1950–1955 Williamsport [110]
Gordy Coleman Baseball 1959–1967 Rockville [111]
Mike Collier American Football 1975–1979 Baltimore [112]
Harry Colliflower Baseball 1899 Petersville [113]
Andrew Combs Lacrosse 2003 – present Towson [114]
Bill Conaty American Football 1997–2004 Baltimore [115]
Kenny Cooper Soccer 2004 – present Baltimore [116]
Jim Cox American Football 1968 Baltimore [117]
Omar Cuff American Football 2008 – present Landover [118]
Bill Currier American Football 1977–1985 Glen Burnie [119]

D[edit]

Quintin Dailey Basketball 1982–1992 Baltimore * First Round draft pick in 1982 NBA Draft [120]
Hugh Daily Baseball 1882–1887 Baltimore [121]
Bill Dalrymple Baseball 1915 Baltimore [122]
Doug Davis American Football 1966–1972 Elkton [123]
Pierpont Davis Sailing 1932 Baltimore [124]
Trench Davis Baseball 1980–1987 Baltimore [125]
Dominique Dawes Gymnastics 1989–2000 Silver Spring * 1996 Olympic Gold Medalist [126]
Jake Deane Lacrosse 2006 – present Annapolis [127]
Don Dee Basketball 1968–1969 Booneville * 1968 Olympic Gold Medalist [128]
Ben DeFelice Lacrosse 2007 – present Towson [129]
Eddie Dent Baseball 1909–1912 Baltimore [130]
Buttercup Dickerson Baseball 1878–1885 Tyaskin [131]
Roy Dietzel Baseball 1954 Baltimore [132]
Glenn Dishman Baseball 1993–2000 Baltimore [133]
Juan Dixon Basketball 2002 – 2011 Baltimore * First Round Draft pick in 2002 NBA Draft [134]
Kyle Dixon Lacrosse 2006 – present Annapolis [135]
Darnell Dockett American Football 2004 – present Burtonsville [136]
Joe Dolan Baseball 1896–1901 Baltimore [137]
John Dopson Baseball 1982–1994 Baltimore [138]
Joey Dorsey Basketball 2008 – present Baltimore [139]
John Dorsey American Football 1984–1988 Leonardtown [140]
John Douglas American Football 1970–1973 Columbia [141]
Terry Dozier Basketball 1989–2001 Baltimore [142][143]
Mike Draper Baseball 1988–1994 Hagerstown [144]
Tim Drummond Baseball 1983–1992 La Plata [145]
Jeremy Duchesne Ice Hockey 2007 – present Silver Spring [146]
Clyde Duncan American Football 1984–1985 Oxon Hill * First Round Draft Pick in 1984 NFL Draft. [147]
Matt Dyson American Football 1995 La Plata [148]

E[edit]

Bill Eagle Baseball 1898 Rockville [149]
Charlie Eakle Baseball 1915 [150]
Ed Edelen Baseball 1932 Bryantown [151]
Corsley Edwards Basketball 2004–2005 Baltimore [152]
Cal Ermer Baseball 1947 Baltimore [153]
Benson Erwin Lacrosse 2005 – present Baltimore [154]
Buck Etchison Baseball 1943–1944 Baltimore [155]
Ferd Eunick Baseball 1917 Baltimore [156]
Jake Evans Baseball 1878–1885 Baltimore [157]
Leon Evans American Football 1985–1986 Silver Spring [158]

F[edit]

Harry Fanwell Baseball 1910 Patapsco [159]
Steve Farr Baseball 1977–1994 La Plata [160]
Duane Ferrell Basketball 1988–1999 Baltimore [161]
Danny Ferry Basketball 1989–2003 Baltimore [162]
Chick Fewster Baseball 1917–1927 Baltimore [163]
William Fischer Wrestling 1956 Baltimore [164]
John Fick Baseball 1944 Baltimore [165]
Jack Fisher Baseball 1959–1969 Frostburg [166]
Tom Flick American Football 1981–1987 Patuxent River [167]
Charlie Fitzberger Baseball 1928 Baltimore [168]
Jack Flater Baseball 1908 Sandymount [169]
Jake Flowers Baseball 1923–1934 Cambridge [170]
Gavin Floyd Baseball 2002 – present Severna Park [171]
Darren Flutie American Football 1988–2002 Manchester * Inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame 2007 [172][173]
Doug Flutie American Football 1985–2005 Manchester * Inducted into the Canada's Sports Hall of Fame 2008 becoming the first non-Canadian inductee
* Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame 2007
* Inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame 2008
[174][175]
Kenneth Foote Rowing 1976 Baltimore [176]
Spencer Ford Lacrosse 2001 – present Towson [177]
Brownie Foreman Baseball 1895–1896 Baltimore [178]
Chuck Foreman American Football 1973–1980 Frederick * First round draft pick in 1973 NFL Draft [179]
Frank Foreman Baseball 1884–1902 Baltimore [180]
Dave Foutz Baseball 1884–1896 Carroll County [181]
Frank Foutz Baseball 1901 Baltimore [182]
Wayne Fowler American Football 1970 Baltimore [183]
Jimmie Foxx Baseball 1925–1945 Sudlersville * 3 time AL MVP 1932,1933 and 1938
* Won AL Triple Crown 1933
* Inducted into National Baseball Hall of Fame 1951
[184][185]
Hank Fraley American Football 2000 – present Gaithersburg [186]
Steve Francis Basketball 1999–2007 Takoma Park * First Round Draft Pick in 1999 NBA Draft
* 2000 co-NBA Rookie of the Year
[187]
Brian Franco American Football 1987 Annapolis [188]
Antonio Freeman American Football 1995–2003 Baltimore [189]
John Friedberg Fencing 1992 Baltimore [190]
Sam Frock Baseball 1907–1911 Baltimore [191]
Jean Fugett American Football 1972–1979 Baltimore [192]
Jim Fuller Baseball 1973–1978 Bethesda [193]
Vincent Fuller American Football 2005 – present Baltimore [194]

G[edit]

Jim Gaffney American Football 1945–1946 Cumberland [195]
Jared Gaither American Football 2007 – present White Plains [196]
Carwell Gardner American Football 1990–1997 Baltimore [197]
Bill Gardner Baseball 1887 Baltimore [198]
Daryl Gardener American Football 1996–2004 Baltimore * First Round Draft Pick in 1996 NFL Draft. [199]
Ray Gardner Baseball 1929–1930 Frederick [200]
Basil Spalding de Garmendia Tennis 1990 Baltimore [201]
Robert Garrett Track 1896, 1900 Towson * 1896 Shot Put Olympic Gold Medalist
* 1896 Discus Olympic Gold Medalist
[202]
Terence Garvin American Football 2013–present Baltimore [203]
Keith Gary American Football 1983–1988 Bethesda * First Round Draft Pick in 1981 NFL Draft. [204]
Tom Gatewood American Football 1972–1973 Baltimore [205]
Mike Gaule Baseball 1889 Baltimore [206]
Rudy Gay Basketball 2006 – present Baltimore * First Round Draft Pick in 2006 NBA Draft. [207]
Bob Gerhardt Rowing 1924 Baltimore [208]
Rusty Gerhardt Baseball 1974–1983 Baltimore [209]
Les German Baseball 1890–1897 Baltimore [210]
Charlie Gettig Baseball 1896–1899 Baltimore [211]
Tom Gettinger Baseball 1889–1895 Frederick [212]
Bill Gilbert Baseball 1892 Havre de Grace [213]
Dondre Gilliam American Football 2002–2003 Baltimore [214]
Jim Gilmore Baseball 1875 Baltimore [215]
James Gist Basketball 2008 – present Silver Spring [216]
Wally Goldsmith Baseball 1871–1875 Baltimore [217]
Jason Goode American Football 2008 – present Baltimore [218]
Keith Gordon Baseball 1991–2000 Bethesda [219]
Brian Gottfried Tennis 1973–1984 Baltimore * Inducted into the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Intercollegiate Tennis Hall of Fame in 1990
* Inducted into the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in 1999
[220]
Georgia Gould Cycling 2006 – present Baltimore [221]
Ed Grain American Football 1947–1948 Baltimore [222]
Lou Grasmick Baseball 1948 Baltimore [223]
Devin Gray Basketball 1996–2000 Baltimore [224]
Bill Green Track 1984 Laurel * Inducted into the Long Beach State Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001 [225]
Jeff Green Basketball 2007 – present Cheverly * First Round Draft Pick in 2007 NBA Draft. [226]
Tony Greene American Football 1971–1979 Clarksburg [227]
Robert Griffith American Football 1994–2006 Lanham [228]
John Grimes Baseball 1897 Woodstock [229]
Gabe Gross Baseball 2001 – present Baltimore * First Round Draft Pick in 2001 MLB draft. [230]
Lefty Grove Baseball 1920–1941 Lonaconing * AL MVP 1931
* Inducted into National Baseball Hall of Fame 1947
[231][232]
Bucky Guth Baseball 1969–1972 Baltimore [233]

H[edit]

Moose Haas Baseball 1974–1987 Baltimore [234]
Joe Haden American Football 2010 – present Fort Washington [235]
Alex Hall American Football 2008 – present Glenarden [236]
Bob Hall Baseball 1904–1905 Baltimore [237]
Irv Hall Baseball 1943–1946 Alberton [238]
Jeff Halpern Hockey 1999 – present Potomac [239]
Shane Halter Baseball 1991–2005 La Plata [240]
Chris Haney Baseball 1990–2002 Baltimore [241]
Tommy Hannan Swimming 2000 Baltimore * 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist [242]
Louis Harant Shooting 1920 Baltimore * 1920 Olympic Gold Medalist [243]
Kyle Harrison Lacrosse 2005 – present Baltimore [244]
Kyle Hartzell Lacrosse 2008 – present Dundalk [245]
Derrick Harvey American Football 2008 – present Greenbelt *First round Draft Pick in 2008 8th pick [246]
Jeff Hatch American Football 2002–2005 Annapolis [247]
Bill Hayes Baseball 1978–1987 Cheverly * First Round Draft Pick in 1978 MLB draft. [248]
David Hayes Soccer 1999–2008 Waldorf [249]
Pat Healey Soccer 2008 – present Baltimore [250]
Vaughn Hebron American Football 1993–1998 Baltimore [251]
Roy Heiser Baseball 1961 Baltimore [252]
E.J. Henderson American Football 2002 – present Aberdeen [253]
Erin Henderson American Football 2008 – present Aberdeen [254]
Kevin Henderson Basketball 1986–1988 Baltimore [255]
Dwayne Henry Baseball 1980–1996 Elkton [256]
Walt Herrell Baseball 1911 Baltimore [257]
Earl Hersh Baseball 1956 Ebbvale [258]
Buck Herzog Baseball 1908–1920 Baltimore [259]
Frederic Hewitt Field Hockey 1948 Baltimore [260]
Darrius Heyward-Bey American Football 2009 – present Silver Spring First-round draft pick in the 2009 NFL Draft [261]
Ed High Baseball 1901 Baltimore [262]
Calvin Hill American Football 1969–1981 Baltimore * First Round Draft Pick in 1969 NFL Draft. [263]
Charles Hill American Football 2002 – present Palmer Park [264]
Sam Hinds Baseball 1977–1979 Frederick [265]
Gene Hiser Baseball 1970–1975 Baltimore * First Round Draft Pick in 1970 MLB draft. [266]
Bill Hohman Baseball 1927 Brooklyn [267]
Bill Holbert Baseball 1876–1888 Baltimore [268]
Michael Holston American Football 1981–1985 Seat Pleasant [269]
Mike Hooper Baseball 1873 Baltimore [270]
Jack Horner Baseball 1894 Baltimore [271]
Hanson Horsey Baseball 1912 Galena [272]
Bruce Howard Baseball 1963–1968 Salisbury [273]
Tanya Hughes Track 1992 Baltimore [274]
Tom Hull American Football 1974–1975 Cumberland [275]
Kevin Huntley Lacrosse 2008 – present Towson 2008 MLL Rookie of the Year [276]

I[edit]

Erik Imler Soccer 1992–1999 Silver Spring [277]
Steve Ingram American Football 1995–2000 Cheverly [278]

J[edit]

Jarrett Jack Basketball 2005 – present Fort Washington * First Round draft pick in 2005 NBA Draft [279]
David Jackson American Football 1987 Baltimore [280]
Tanard Jackson American Football 2007 – present Silver Spring [281]
Tracy Jackson Basketball 1981–1984 Rockville [282]
Victor Jackson American Football 1986–1987 Princess Anne [283]
Jon Jenkins American Football 1949–1950 Frostburg [284]
Steve Jennings Field Hockey 1996 Bethesda [285]
Tommy Johns Baseball 1873 Baltimore [286]
Al Johnson American Football 1972–1978 Baltimore [287]
Barry Johnson American Football 1991 Baltimore [288]
Bryant Johnson American Football 2003 – present Baltimore * First Round Draft Pick in 2003 NFL Draft. [289]
Charles A. Johnson American Football 1979–1983 Baltimore [290]
Dave Johnson Baseball 1982–1993 Baltimore [291]
Judy Johnson Baseball 1918–1936 Snow Hill * Inducted into National Baseball Hall of Fame 1975
First athlete ever inducted into the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame 1976
[292][293]
Larry Johnson American Football 2003 – present La Plata * First Round Draft Pick in 2003 NFL Draft. [294]
Brian Johnston American Football 1986–1987 Highland [295]
Eric Jonassen American Football 1992–1997 Baltimore [296]
Anthony Jones American Football 1984–1988 Baltimore [297]
Bobby Jones Baseball 1967–1987 Elkton [298]
Freddie Jones American Football 1997–2004 Cheverly [299]
Marlon Jones American Football 1987–1991 Baltimore [300]
Victor P. Jones American Football 1988–1994 Rockville [301]
Brian Jordan Baseball 1988–2006 Baltimore * First Round Draft Pick in 1988 MLB draft. [302][303]
LaMont Jordan American Football 2001 – present Forestville [304]
Slats Jordan Baseball 1901–1902 Baltimore [305]
Thomas Jordan Basketball 1992–1993 Baltimore [306]
Brian Jozwiak American Football 1986–1988 Catonsville * First Round Draft Pick in 1986 NFL Draft. [307]
Zachary Jungers Lacrosse 2008 – present Phoenix [308]

K[edit]

Al Kaline Baseball 1953–1974 Baltimore * Inducted into National Baseball Hall of Fame 1980 [309][310]
Dan Kallaugher Lacrosse 2007 – present Baltimore [311]
N. D. Kalu American Football 1997–2008 Baltimore [312]
Mark Karcher Basketball 2000 – present Baltimore [313]
Vic Keen Baseball 1918–1927 Bel Air [314]
George Keerl Baseball 1875 Baltimore [315]
Jim Keesey Baseball 1925–1930 Perryville [316]
Bill Keister Baseball 1896–1903 Baltimore [317]
Charlie Keller Baseball 1939–1952 Middletown [318]
Hal Keller Baseball 1949–1952 Middletown [319]
Billy Kelly Baseball 1910–1913 Baltimore [320]
Bryan Kelly Baseball 1981–1987 Silver Spring [321]
Eric King American Football 2005 – present Baltimore [322]
Vince Kinney American Football 1978–1979 Baltimore [323]
Rudy Kneisch Baseball 1926 Baltimore [324]
Mike Knode Baseball 1920 Westminster [325]
Ray Knode Baseball 1923–1926 Westminster [326]
Greg Koch American Football 1977–1987 Bethesda [327]
Henry Kohler Baseball 1871–1874 Baltimore [328]
Jeff Komlo American Football 1979–1983 Cheverly [329]
Brian Kowitz Baseball 1988–1996 Baltimore [330]
Nicholas Kropfelder Soccer 1942–1954 Baltimore * Inducted into National Soccer Hall of Fame 1996 [331]

L[edit]

Aaron Laffey Baseball 2003 – present Cumberland [332]
Bill Lamar Baseball 1917–1927 Rockville [333]
Sean Landeta American Football 1983–2006 Baltimore [334]
Millard Lang Soccer 1934–1942 Baltimore * Inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame in 1950
* Inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1978
* Inducted into the Maryland Soccer Hall of Fame in 1983
* Inducted into the Johns Hopkins Athletic Hall of Fame in 1995
[335]
Lou Lassahn American Football 1938 [336]
James Lauf Cycling 1952 Baltimore [337]
Bill Leach American Football 1987 Baltimore [338]
Kurk Lee Basketball 1990–2001 Baltimore [339]
Jim Lehew Baseball 1958–1962 Baltimore [340]
Dummy Leitner Baseball 1901–1902 Parkton [341]
Reid Lennan American Football 1945–1947 Baltimore [342]
Jack Lentz American Football 1967–1968 Baltimore [343]
Walt Lerian Baseball 1928–1929 Baltimore [344]
Jermaine Lewis American Football 1996–2004 Lanham [345]
Mechelle Lewis Track 2008 Oxon Hill [346]
Reggie Lewis Basketball 1987–1993 Baltimore * First Round Draft pick in 1987 NBA Draft [347]
Larry Linne American Football 1987 Baltimore [348]
Phil Linz Baseball 1962–1968 Baltimore [349]
Tom Lipp Baseball 1897 Baltimore [350]
Ed Listopad American Football 1952 Baltimore [351]
Mike Lookingland Soccer 2005 – present Fallston [352]
Charlie Loudenslager Baseball 1904 Baltimore [353]
Don Loun Baseball 1964 Frederick [354]
Marty Lyons American Football 1979–1989 Takoma Park [355]
John Lyston Baseball 1891–1894 Baltimore [356]

M[edit]

Bob Maddox American Football 1974–1976 Frederick [357]
Nick Maddox Baseball 1907–1910 Govanstown [358]
Charlie Maisel Baseball 1915 Catonsville, Maryland [359]
Fritz Maisel Baseball 1913–1918 Catonsville, Maryland [360]
George Maisel Baseball 1913–1922 Catonsville, Maryland [361]
Ben Mallonee Baseball 1921 Baltimore [362]
Lew Malone Baseball 1915–1919 Baltimore [363]
Matt Maloney Basketball 1995–2003 Silver Spring [364]
Mark Manges American Football 1978 Cumberland [365]
Harry Marcoplos Field Hockey 1948, 1956 Baltimore [366]
Dan Marohl Lacrosse 2002 – present Annapolis [367]
Lindsey Mason American Football 1978–1983 Baltimore [368]
Bobby Mathews Baseball 1871–1887 Baltimore [369]
Jimmy Mathison Baseball 1902 Baltimore [370]
Joe Matthews Baseball 1922 Baltimore [371]
Steve Matthias Baseball 1884 Mitchellville [372]
Earl Mattingly Baseball 1931 Newport [373]
Justin Maxwell Baseball 2006 – present Olney [374]
Aaron Maybin American Football 2009 – present Ellicott City First-round draft pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. [375]
Andrew Maynard Boxer 1988–2000 Laurel * 1988 Olympic Gold Medalist [376]
Scott McBrien American Football 2004–2007 Rockville [377]
Gene McCann Baseball 1901–1902 [378]
Darnerien McCants American Football 1901–1902 Baltimore [379]
Roger McCardell Baseball 1959 Gorsuch Mills [380]
Jack McClinton Basketball 2004–present Baltimore, Maryland
Chris McCray Basketball 2006–2007 Capitol Heights [381]
Ambrose McGann Baseball 1895 Baltimore [382]
Ed McGlasson American Football 1979–1981 Annapolis [383]
Tom McHale American Football 1987–1995 Gaithersburg [384]
Randy McMillan American Football 1981–1986 Havre de Grace [385]
Kimmie Meissner Figure Skating 2003 – present Towson [386]
Jack Merson Baseball 1951–1953 Elk Ridge [387]
Jim Mertens American Football 1969 Cumberland [388]
Gil Meyer American Football 1947 Baltimore [389]
Jake Miller Baseball 1922 Baltimore [390]
Joe Miller Baseball 1884–1885 Baltimore [391]
John Miller Baseball 1962–1967 Baltimore [392]
Bob Millman American Football 1925–1927 Cumberland [393]
Ed Mincher Baseball 1871–1872 Baltimore [394]
Carlton Molesworth Baseball 1895 Frederick [395]
Rodney Monroe Basketball 1991–1992 Baltimore [396]
Tommy Mont American Football 1947–1949 Mount Savage [397]
Mike Mooney American Football 1992–1993 Baltimore [398]
Bob Moore American Football 1971–1978 Baltimore [399]
Ray Moore Baseball 1952–1963 Meadows [400]
Ray Morgan Baseball 1911–1918 Baltimore [401]
Terence Morris Basketball 2001 – present Frederick [402]
Frank Morrissey Baseball 1901–1902 Baltimore [403]
Gordie Mueller Baseball 1950 Baltimore [404]
Joe Muir Baseball 1951–1952 Oriole [405]
Wayne Mulligan American Football 1969–1975 Baltimore [406]
Brendan Mundorf Lacrosse 2007 – present Ellicott City [407]
Jason Murphy American Football 2006 – present Baltimore [408]
Bruce Murray Soccer 1984–1995 Germantown * Inducted into the Maryland Soccer Hall of Fame in 2005 [409]
Bert Myers Baseball 1896–1900 Frederick [410]
Chip Myrtle American Football 1967–1974 Hyattsville [411]

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