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Thursday, April 1, 2010

W: Scott Wade to Garry Wurm, 1990 Minor League Players

Scott Wade 1990 Pawtucket Red Sox card

Players A to Z: Scott Wade to Garry Wurm
Most recent player added March 30, 2024

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 - Scott Wade played over 12 minors seasons, missed bigs, 1/18/11
 - Aubrey Waggoner, Mostly for Speed, 6/28/10
 - Jim Waggoner, Tie Broken, 2/27/14
 - Adam Wagner served as trainer in high-A All-Star game and in Venezuela; Minors career proved brief, 7/30/21
 - Dan Wagner, Pull Even, 9/13/17
 - Darrell Wagner, Unexpected Curves, 1/1/18
 - Hector Wagner, First Win, 3/9/13
 - Paul Wagner, One Night, 4/12/13
 - Wahconah Park was once described as offering pure baseball; The park and site have offered it for well over a century, 5/15/21
 - Dave Wainhouse made bigs in 7 seasons, 12/30/20
 - Don Wakamatsu, Difficult Task, 4/29/12
 - Tim Wakefield called his first ASG in 2009 a cool story; Saw 19 ML seasons, 3/5/18
 - Matt Walbeck, Could Play, 8/6/13
 - Alan Walden, Wound Up, 3/16/15
 - Ron Walden became top pick, got hurt, 6/2/20
 - Jim Walewander, Free Spirit, 8/18/10
 - Chico Walker, Playing Time, 9/14/19
 - Dennis Walker, Two Seasons, 4/5/17
 - Greg Walker, Warm Ups, 4/21/10
 - Hugh Walker reminded Royals scouts of Bo, missed majors, 1/10/24
 - Jerry Walker, Eclipsed Perspective, 11/4/17
 - Johnny Walker, Play Both, 8/19/15
 - Larry Walker, Solo Homer, 1/12/15
 - Mike A. Walker, Got the Ball, 6/27/11
 - Mike C. Walker, Two Dreams, 4/2/11
 - Pete Walker got hitters out in the majors; Later worked with pitchers to do the same as ML coach, 5/28/21
 - Rich Walker, No Fuss, 6/21/13
 - Donne Wall, Hungry Guy, 9/21/13
 - Tim Wallace, Only Thing, 5/20/15
 - Casey Waller, Get Better, 10/1/11
 - Les Wallin knew all he could do was play; Saw six pro seasons, topped out at AA, 3/25/23
 - Dave Wallwork, Brought His, 7/7/19
 - Dave Walsh, Tough Decisions, 4/19/10
 - Dave Walters, Good Makeup, 1/9/14
 - Bruce Walton, Could Pitch, 10/14/11
 - John Wanish, Lead Protected, 10/27/13
 - Chuck Wanke, That Doubt, 12/22/17
 - Steve Wapnick, Real Aggressive, 5/15/11
 - Anthony Ward, Own Strengths, 1/20/18
 - Colby Ward, Good Day, 2/27/12
 - Kevin Ward, Kept Going, 7/21/12
 - Ricky Ward, Too Much, 1/27/13
 - Turner Ward, Played Hard, 2/4/12
 - Joey Wardlow, Was Hungry, 6/4/14
 - Kyle Washington was once traded for Jose Mesa; Played 11 pro seasons, made AA, 5/9/21
 - Ron Washington, Playing Options, 10/17/11
 - Andy Watson waited on pros and improved draft status; Played two pro seasons, injury ended career, 8/4/20
 - Matt Watson, To Develop, 9/13/13
 - Preston Watson, Good Slider, 4/11/15
 - Todd Watson, Scored Twice, 2/2/14
 - Eddie Watt, Played There, 1/27/14
 - Burgess Watts expressed confidence in college; Saw four pro seasons, at third and on mound, made high-A, 5/27/20
 - Ron Way, Likely Wasn't, 4/16/13
 - Mel Wearing, His Love, 1/31/16
 - David Weathers, How Special, 2/28/18
 - Jim Weaver, His Strength, 9/26/12
 - Ben Webb, No Regrets, 7/10/14
 - Lonnie Webb did his job as leadoff man in 1990; Saw four seasons, hit high-A, 5/26/20
 - Spyder Webb, His Name, 11/2/17
 - Pete Weber, Bright Spot, 8/2/17
 - Ron Weber made his college record book, saw six pro seasons, 5/15/17
 - Steve Weber, Other Breaks, 8/1/18
 - Weston Weber, One Pitch, 12/20/11
 - Casey Webster, Couldn't Replicate, 5/5/11
 - Lenny Webster, Tough Decision, 11/10/13
 - Mike Webster got strong in high school, made 2 pro seasons, 1/11/24
 - Von Wechsberg, One Run, 3/10/15
 - Eric Wedge, Liked It, 4/17/11
 - Dean Weese showed effort both on mound and at bat; Saw five pro seasons, made AA, 7/31/22
 - Tom Wegmann, More Pumped, 3/30/17
 - John Wehner, In The Dirt, 1/31/12
 - Stuart Weidie helped team to College WS, saw 5 seasons, 1/8/14
 - Mike Weinberg, Outstanding Person, 9/11/18
 - Jim West hit title-winning fielder's choice; Saw two pro seasons, made single-A, 11/3/22
 - Matt West, Had Ability, 12/4/14
 - Elanis Westbrooks, No Surprises, 2/1/13
 - Mickey Weston, His Opportunities, 5/20/12
 - Tim Weston trained in minors, college, 10/28/15
 - Jeff Wetherby, Roller Coster, 1/29/12
 - Shawn Whalen, Easy Arm, 7/7/14
 - Fred Whatley, Strikeout Performance, 7/7/17
 - Chris Wheat had a great game at Helena in 1990; Played two seasons, briefly made single-A, 6/14/20
 - Robert Wheatcroft, His Spots, 2/3/16
 - Dave Wheeler, Baseball Clinic, 5/9/13
 - Ken Wheeler, More Leeway, 9/26/13
 - Rocket Wheeler, Lengthy Trip, 3/31/11
 - Winston Wheeler, Took Deep, 2/22/15
 - Gary Wheelock, Further Development, 10/30/17
 - Joe Whipps, Showed It, 6/27/19
 - Matt Whisenant, Track Record, 7/8/17
 - Randy Whisler, Developed Them, 6/8/14
 - Billy White moved up to AA, then stayed there over five seasons; Made AAA, not bigs, 1/15/20
 - Clinton White, Multi-Sport, 4/21/13
 - Craig White, College Honors, 11/24/17
 - Darrin White, Credited Experience, 6/17/17
 - Fred White, Unlimited Potential, 2/22/13
 - Marvin White, School Career, 5/29/14
 - Mike White, Weird Experience, 12/27/18
 - Ed Whited, Good Athlete, 3/27/12
 - Chris Whitehead got married on the field at Lynchburg, saw three pro seasons; Killed in 1991 crash, 3/18/23
 - Steven Whitehead, Even Pros, 12/13/13
 - Mark Whiten, Hard Hitting, 5/13/10
 - Jeff Whitney returned to play after injury, year away; Saw three pro seasons, made high-A, 12/4/20
 - Bob Wickman, Ran With It, 5/6/17
 - Scott Wiegandt, Enjoy Most, 12/10/12
 - Phil Wiese, Left Off, 11/11/10
 - Johnny Wiggs, With Emotion, 11/1/14
 - Trey Wilburn, Treated Rudely, 12/27/13
 - Greg Wilcox, Beating Anyone, 1/28/17
 - Willie Wilder, His Dedication, 10/9/17
 - Jim Wiley threw strong innings at high-A; Saw six pro seasons, topped out at AA, 11/27/22
 - Skip Wiley pitched self to 5 seasons, 5/12/14
 - Willie Wilkerson, Home State, 10/21/17
 - Dean Wilkins, Moved Up, 5/2/12
 - Michael Wilkins, Every Time, 12/31/10
  - Gerald Williams got plenty of playing time over 14 seasons in the bigs, 3/21/21
 - Jay Williams, Best Case, 7/8/16
 - Jerrone Williams hit well in independent ball, couldn't get back to affiliated ball, 11/15/19
 - Jimmy Williams, Its Fullest, 9/18/12
 - Joe Williams, Big Win, 5/17/16
 - Juan Williams, Lead Stuck, 7/1/15
 - Ken Williams, Complete Game, 10/9/13
 - Reggie Williams worked to make the most of his big league opportunities; Saw time in four seasons, 9/27/22
 - Spin Williams, So Excited, 7/9/14
 - Steve Williams, Usual Pop, 2/2/16
 - Ted Williams, Steal Bases, 1/18/12
 - Tyler Williams, Six Innings, 10/27/17
 - Walt Williams, Much Different, 12/29/15
 - Woody Williams, Good Time, 3/21/13
 - Carl Willis, Track Record, 2/18/11
 - Marty Willis set his sights on pro baseball; Got there, saw five seasons, made AA, 8/21/21
 - Travis Willis initially hated relief, then it grew on him, 12/2/19
 - Paul Wilmet, Playing Days, 12/28/10
 - Brad Wilson, Home Runs, 10/22/16
 - Craig Wilson, Be Consistent, 7/11/10
 - Craig Wilson, Big Investment, 1/5/14
 - Dan Wilson got noticed in long career, 5/19/24
 - David Wilson, Ready To, 1/18/16
 - Gary Wilson, Abbreviated Climb, 11/7/11
 - Rodney Windes proved reliable over 6 seasons, made AAA, 3/24/24
 - Robbie Wine, Lucky Enough, 4/22/14
 - Barry Winford, Crossed Paths, 5/22/14
 - Darrin Winston, Saddest Ending, 4/6/14
 - Dennis Wiseman, His Arrival, 5/13/17
 - Rob Wishnevski, Every Day, 9/14/18
 - Richard Witherspoon ran extra sprints at Elmira; Played three pro seasons, made high-A, 5/17/22
 - Matt Witkowski, Can Happen, 6/30/14
 - Ron Witmeyer, What Happens, 2/28/14
 - Mark Wohlers, Cranked It, 12/7/14
 - Brian Wood spotted his fastball, played nine pro seasons; Made AAA, not bigs, 11/9/20
 - Jeff Wood, Into Baseball, 9/27/13
 - John Wood, Anniversary Team, 11/24/16
 - Ted Wood, His Strength, 3/30/16
 - Mark Wooden, Came Through, 12/18/14
 - Pat Woodruff thought the pros wouldn't call, they did: Saw five pro seasons, made AA, 10/24/21
 - Tyrone Woods, Any Time, 12/9/13
 - Kerry Woodson, Big Butterflies, 7/8/10
 - Tracy Woodson, His Chance, 12/17/11
 - Rob Woodward, Did Return, 7/9/11
 - John Woodworth, With Experience, 1/22/18
 - Ron Wotus, Bottom Line, 1/19/15
 - James Wray, Pitched Aggressively, 1/1/19

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