1 - Butch Davis, Home Crowd
Butch Davis made it to second base on his first major league hit. The fielder had to tell him to tip his cap to the crowd.
2 - Dan Henley, That Dream
Dan Henley played six seasons as a pro, trying his best to get to the bigs. He never made it.
3 - Morris Madden, Didn't Quit
Morris Madden wanted to quit, but his family got him to stay. He then made the majors.
4 - Jim Neidlinger, No Power Pitcher
Jim Neidlinger respects mid-range velocity pitchers. That's because he was one.
5 - Tim Scott, Started Throwing
Tim Scott helped anchor the Expos bullpen in 1994. He believed the team was the best in the game that year.
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Billy Bean made headlines early on as the Tigers' future. He later made other headlines.
2 - Jeff Bittiger, Pretty Confident
Jeff Bittiger didn't look the part of a major league pitcher, but he played the part in 33 major league games.
3 - Adam Brown, Felt Invincible
Adam Brown played a decade in the minors. He never made the bigs. He blamed no one but himself.
4 - Mike Christopher, Winning Replacement
Mike Christopher's return to the majors was markedly different than his first trips there.
5 - Butch Davis, Played Hard
Butch Davis went out and played hard. He wanted to return to the majors.
6 - Steve Davis, Working Lefty
Steve Davis made the Blue Jays in 1985, but he knew he still had work to do. He played in three major league seasons.
7 - Jeff Fischer, Up and Down
Jeff Fischer had up and down seasons. He made it up to the majors twice, for six games.
8 - Darrin Fletcher, Lot of Pride
Darrin Fletcher caught a no-hitter in 1991. He didn't realize it until late in the game.
9 - Dave Hansen, Locked In
Dave Hansen knew pinch hitting. He held the Dodger record for pinch hits.
10 - Dan Henley, Ready Ballplayer
Dan Henley did everything for USC. He hit, ran and played defense. He played six seasons as a pro.
11 - Carlos Hernandez, Worked Hard
Carlos Hernandez just wanted to play. He ended up playing in 10 major league seasons.
12 - Glenn Hoffman, Also Instruction
Glenn Hoffman had a good rookie year with the Red Sox, but he couldn't replicate it. He later turned coach.
13 - Darren Holmes, Battled Back
Darren Holmes saved 25 games for the expansion Rockies in 1993. He pitched in 13 major league seasons.
14 - Mike Huff, Been Confident
Mike Huff felt self-doubt when he didn't get the call in 1990. He got new life from the Indians.
15 - Von Joshua, Physics of the Swing
Von Joshua became a coach with the Dodgers and later the Cubs, after a long playing career.
16 - Kevin Kennedy, Communication Skills
Kevin Kennedy used his communication skills as manager for the Rangers and the Red Sox, later as a commentator.
17 - Wayne Kirby, His Time
Wayne Kirby paid his dues in the minors for 11 seasons. He then became a major league starter.
18 - Luis Lopez, Extended Career
Luis Lopez got 41 games in the majors, then extended his career as a top hitter in Japan.
19 - Morris Madden, Not A Quitter
Morris Madden almost quit while he was still in single-A. But he kept going, and made the majors.
20 - Mike Maddux, Prepared to Pitch
Mike Maddux came prepared to pitch in 1986. He later got his pitchers prepared to pitch in the World Series.
21 - Greg Mayberry, Game Ended
Greg Mayberry pitched for the Dodgers in spring 1990. He never pitched for them in the majors.
22 - Walt McConnell, Bounce Back
Walt McConnell played in seven seasons. He never made the majors.
23 - Jim Neidlinger, Savoring the Minutes
Jim Neidlinger's wife couldn't be at his major league debut. She cheered for him from a bar. Others soon joined in.
24 - Jose Offerman, With His Bat
Jose Offerman used his bat to hit a home run in his first major league at bat. He later used his bat and got arrested.
25 - Claude Osteen, Many Scenarios
Claude Osteen went from a long major league pitching career to a long career as a coach.
26 - Tim Scott, Didn't Mind
Tim Scott played parts of seven seasons in the majors. He later became a high school coach.
27 - Dennis Springer, Being Different
Dennis Springer made the majors after almost a decade in the minors. He then threw his knuckleball in eight major league seasons.
28 - Jose Vizcaino, Game Winner
Jose Vizcaino realized his dream in 2000 with the Yankees, and then exceeded it.
29 - Dave Walsh, Tough Decisions
Dave Walsh was happy to still be with the Dodgers after being sent down in 1991. He just never got back.
30 - Terry Wells, Fresh Start
Terry Wells welcomed his trade from the Astros to the Dodgers. He got a fresh start, and made the bigs for five outings.