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    Current Trojans In the Major Leagues Player Position Team Aaron Boone IF Cincinnati Reds Bret Boone IF Seattle Mariners Jeff Cirillo IF Seattle Mariners Randy Johnson LHP Arizona Diamondbacks Morgan Ensberg 3B Houston Astros Geoff Jenkins OF Milwaukee Brewers Jacque Jones OF Minnesota Twins Chad Moeller C Arizona Diamondbacks Eric Munson 3B Detroit Tigers Mark Prior RHP Chicago Cubs Barry Zito LHP Oakland Athletics Current Minor League Players Player Position Team Gabe Alvarez IF Detroit Tigers Bret Barbarie IF Texas Rangers Kurt Bierek IF New York Yankees Jason Brown C Los Angeles Dodgers Brian Cooper P California Angels John Cummings P Detroit Tigers Walter Dawkins OF Philadelphia Phillies Randy Flores P New York Yankees Lionel Hastings IF Florida Marlins Ryan Henderson P Los Angeles Dodgers Scott Henderson P Florida Marlins Dan Hubbs P Los Angeles Dodgers Bobby Hughes C Milwaukee Brewers Jeff Inglin OF Chicago White Sox Geoff Jenkins OF Milwaukee Brewers Jacque Jones OF Minnesota Twins Javier Mejia P Philadelphia Phillies Marc Mirizzi IF New York Yankees Chad Moeller C Minnesota Twins J.P. Roberge IF Los Angeles Dodgers Mike Robertson IF Philadelphia Phillies Ryan Stromsborg IF Toronto Blue Jays Ben Tucker P San Francisco Giants ...And At The Helm ...USC also has managers, coaches and executives in the pro ranks: Name Present Affiliation USC Affiliation Joe Amalfitano L.A. Dodgers coach Graduate, 1962 Don Buford, Sr. Balt. Orioles adm. Varsity Player, 1958-59 Mike Couchee Calif. Angels coach* Varsity Player, 1979-80 Rich Dauer K.C. Royals coach Varsity Player, 1973-74 Dave Engle Houston Astros coach* Varsity Player, 1977-78 Pat Gillick Baltimore Orioles GM Varsity Player, 1957-58 Larry Himes Chicago Cubs scout Varsity Player, 1960-61 Marcel Lachemann Calif. Angels coach Varsity Player, 1960-62 Rene Lachemann St. Louis coach Frosh Player, 1963 Chuck Menzhuber S.L. Cardinals scout Varsity Player, 1979-81 Damon Oppenheimer N. Y. Yankees scout Varsity Player, 1984-85 Buddy Pritchard Maj. League Bureau scout Varsity Player, 1955-56 Brent Strom S.D. Padres coach* Varsity Player, 1968-70 Tim Tolman Houston Astros coach* Varsity Player, 1976-78 *minor league coach Trojans in the World Series Year Player Team Position 1948 John Berardino CLEVELAND (AL) 1952 Jim Brideweser NEW YORK(AL) Shortstop 1954 Rudy Regalado Cleveland(AL) Third Base 1959 Ron Fairly LOS ANGELES (NL) Centerfield/Rightfield 1963 Ron Fairly LOS ANGELES (NL) Rightfield 1965 Ron Fairly LOS ANGELES (NL) Rightfield 1966 Ron Fairly Los Angeles (NL) First Base/Rightfield 1969 Don Buford Baltimore (AL) Leftfield 1969 Tom Seaver NEW YORK (NL) Pitcher 1970 Don Buford BALTIMORE (AL) Leftfield 1971 Don Buford Baltimore (AL) Leftfield 1973 Tom Seaver New York (NL) Pitcher 1975 Bill Lee Boston (AL) Pitcher 1975 Fred Lynn Boston (AL) Centerfield 1979 Rich Dauer Baltimore (AL) Second Base 1983 Rich Dauer BALTIMORE (AL) Second/Third Base 1987 Roy Smalley MINNESOTA (AL) Pinch Hitter 1988 Mark McGwire Oakland(AL) First Base 1989 Mark McGwire OAKLAND(AL) First Base 1990 Mark McGwire Oakland(AL) First Base 1999 Bret Boone Atlanta (NL) Second Base 2001 Randy Johnson ARIZONA(NL) Pitcher Trojans in the All-Star Game Year Player Site Team 1967 Tom Seaver Anaheim Stadium NL (New York) 1968 Tom Seaver Houston Astrodome NL (New York) 1969 Tom Seaver Washington RFK Stadium NL (New York) 1970 Tom Seaver Cincinnati Riverfront Stadium NL (New York) 1971 Tom Seaver Detroit Tiger Stadium NL (New York) 1971 Don Buford Detroit Tiger Stadium AL (Baltimore) 1972 Tom Seaver Atlanta Stadium NL (New York) 1973 Tom Seaver K.C. Royals Stadium NL (New York) 1973 Ron Fairly K.C. Royals Stadium AL (Montreal) 1974 Steve Busby Pittsburgh Three Rivers Stad. AL (Kansas City) 1975 Steve Busby Milwaukee County Stadium AL (Kansas City) 1975 Fred Lynn Milwaukee County Stadium AL (Boston) 1975 Tom Seaver Milwaukee County Stadium NL (New York) 1976 Dave Kingman Philadelphia Veterans Stadium NL (San Francisco) 1976 Fred Lynn Philadelphia Veterans Stadium AL (Boston) 1976 Tom Seaver Philadelphia Veterans Stadium NL (New York) 1977 Ron Fairly New York Yankee Stadium AL (Toronto) 1977 Fred Lynn New York Yankee Stadium AL (Boston) 1977 Tom Seaver New York Yankee Stadium NL (Cincinnati) 1978 Fred Lynn San Diego Jack Murphy Stad. AL (Boston) 1978 Tom Seaver San Diego Jack Murphy Stad. NL (Cincinnati) 1979 Steve Kemp Seattle Kingdome AL (Detroit) 1979 Fred Lynn Seattle Kingdome AL (Boston) 1979 Dave Kingman Seattle Kingdome NL (Chicago) 1979 Roy Smalley Seattle Kingdome AL (Minnesota) 1980 Dave Kingman L.A. Dodger Stadium NL (Chicago) 1980 Fred Lynn L.A. Dodger Stadium AL (Boston) 1981 Fred Lynn Cleveland Municipal Stadium AL (California) 1981 Tom Seaver Cleveland Municipal Stadium NL (Cincinnati) 1982 Fred Lynn Montreal Olympic Stadium AL (California) 1983 Fred Lynn Chicago Comiskey Park AL (California) 1984 Dave Engle S.F. Candlestick Park AL (Minnesota) 1987 Mark McGwire Oakland-Alameda Coliseum AL (Oakland) 1988 Mark McGwire Cincinnati Riverfront Stadium AL (Oakland) 1989 Mark McGwire Anaheim Stadium AL (Oakland) 1990 Randy Johnson Chicago Wrigley Field AL (Seattle) 1990 Mark McGwire Chicago Wrigley Field AL (Oakland) 1991 Mark McGwire Toronto Skydome AL (Oakland) 1992 Mark McGwire San Diego Jack Murphy AL (Oakland) 1993 Randy Johnson Baltimore Camden Yards AL (Seattle) 1994 Randy Johnson Pittsburgh Three Rivers Stad. AL (Seattle) 1995 Randy Johnson The Ballpark in Arlington AL (Seattle) 1995 Mark McGwire The Ballpark in Arlington AL (Oakland) 1996 Mark McGwire Philadelphia Veterans Stadium AL (Oakland) 1997 Jeff Cirillo Jacobs Field, Cleveland AL (Milwaukee) 1997 Randy Johnson Jacobs Field, Cleveland AL (Seattle) 1997 Mark McGwire Jacobs Field, Cleveland AL (Oakland) At USC Year & Team Mike Adamson 1967 67-69 Orioles Gabe Alvarez 1993-95 98-00 Tigers, 00 Padres Dan Ardell 1961 61 Angels Red Badgro 1925-27 29-30 Browns Bret Barberie 1988 91-92 Expos, 93-95 Marlins, 95 Orioles, 96 Cubs Jim Barr 1968-70 71-78 Giants, 79-81 Angels, 82-83 Giants John Berardino 1937 39-42, 46-47 Browns, 48-50 Indians, 50, Pirates, 51 Browns, 52 Indians-Pirates Aaron Boone 1992-94 97-03 Reds Bret Boone 1988-90 92-93 Mariners, 94-98 Reds, 99 Braves, 00 Padres, 01-03 Mariners Bill Bordley 1977-78 80 Giants Jack Brewer 1938-40 44-46 Giants Jim Brideweser 1947-49 51-53 Yankees, 54 Orioles, 55-56 White Sox, 56 Tigers, 57 Orioles Brad Brink 1984-86 88, 92-93 Phillies, 94 Giants Oscar Brown 1966 69-73 Braves Damon Buford 1988-90 93-95 Orioles, 95 Mets, 96-97 Rangers, 98-99 Red Sox, 00-01 Cubs Don Buford Sr. 1957-59 63-67 White Sox, 68-72 Orioles Steve Busby 1970-71 72-76, 78-80 Royals Jeff Cirillo 1988-91 94-99 Brewers, 00-01 Rockies, 02-03 Mariners Brian Cooper 1995 99-02 Angels Merrill Combs 1940-41 47, 49-50 Red Sox, 50 Senators, 51-52 Indians Mike Couchee 1979-80 83-84 Padres John Cummings 1989-90 93-95 Mariners, 95-96 Dodgers, 96 Tigers Rich Dauer 1973-74 76-85 Orioles Rod Dedeaux 1933-35 35 Dodgers Dave Engle 1976-78 81-86 Twins, 87-88 Expos Morgan Ensberg 1995-98 00, 02-03 Astros Seth Etherton 1995-98 00 Angels Ron Fairly 1958 58-69 Dodgers, 69-74 Expos, 75-76 Cards, 76 A's, 77 Blue Jays, 78 Angels Randy Flores 1994-97 02 Rangers, 02 Rockies Len Gabrielson 1959 60, 63-64 Braves, 64-65 Cubs, 65-66 Giants, 67 Angels, 67-70 Dodgers Joe Gonzales 1935-37 37 Red Sox Kent Hadley 1954-56 58-59 Athletics, 60 Yankees Bill Heath 1958-60 65 White Sox, 66-67 Astros, 67 Tigers, 69 Cubs Gail Henley 1948-54 Pirates Jess Hill 1930 35 Yankees, 36-37 Senators, 37 Athletics Gary Holman 1963 68-69 Senators Wally Hood 1947-48 49 Yankees Dave Hostetler 1977-78 83-84 Rangers Tom House 1967 71-75 Braves, 76-77 Red Sox, 77-78 Mariners Johnny James 1952 58, 60-61 Yankees, 61 Angels Randy Johnson 1983-85 88-89 Expos, 89-98 Mariners, 98 Astros, 99-03 Diamondbacks Rex Johnston 1958-59 64 Pirates Jacque Jones 1994-96 99-03 Twins Steve Kemp 1973-75 77-82 Tigers, 83-84 Yanks, 85-86 Pirates Dave Kingman 1969-70 71-74 Giants, 75-77 Mets, 77 Padres-Angels-Yankees, 78-80 Cubs, 81-83 Mets, 84-86 A's Bruce Konopka 1940-42 42-43, 46 Athletics Marcel Lachemann 1960-62 69-71 Athletics Ray Lamb 1964-66 69-70 Dodgers, 71-73 Indians Jason Lane 1998-99 02 Astros Bill Lee 1966-68 69-78 Red Sox, 79-81 Expos Dave Leeper 1979-81 85-86 Royals Bob Lillis 1950-51 58-61 Dodgers, 61 Cardinals, 62-67Astros Dennis Littlejohn1973-75 78-80 Giants Fred Lynn 1971-73 74-80 Red Sox, 81-84 Angels, 85-88 Orioles, 88-89 Tigers, 90 Padres Mark McGwire 1982-84 86-97 A's, 97-01 Cardinals Bobby Mitchell 1974-77 80-81 Dodgers, 82 Twins Chad Moeller 1994-96 00 Twins, 01-03 Diamondbacks Eric Munson 1997-99 00-01, 03 Tigers Stu Pederson 1980-81 85 Dodgers Mark Prior 2000-01 02-03 Cubs Buddy Pritchard 1955-56 57 Pirates Ed Putman 1972-74 76, 78 Cubs,79 Tigers Eric Raich 1970-71 75-76 Indians Pete Redfern 1973-75 76-82 Twins Rudy Regalado 1949-50 54-56 Indians Mike Robertson 1989-91 96 White Sox, 97 Phillies, 98 Diamondbacks Tom Satriano 1960-61 61-69 Angels, 69-70 Red Sox Randy Scarbery 1971-73 79-80 White Sox Jeff Schattinger 1976-78 81 Royals Tom Seaver 1965-66 67-77 Mets, 78-82 Reds, 83 Mets, 84-85 White Sox, 86 Red Sox Bob Skube 1977-79 83 Brewers Roy Smalley 1972-73 75-76 Rangers, 76-81 Twins, 82-83 Yanks, 84-85 White Sox, 86-87 Twins Chris Smith 1976-78 82 Expos, 83 Giants Mark Smith 1989-91 94-96 Orioles, 97-98 Pirates, 00 Marlins, 01 Expos Ron Stillwell 1959-61 61-62 Senators Brent Strom 1968-70 72 Mets, 73 Indians, 75-77 Padres Gary Sutherland 1964 66-68 Phillies, 69-71 Expos, 72-73 Astros, 74-76 Tigers, 76 Brewers, 77 Padres,78 Cardinals Fay Thomas 1924-25 27 Giants, 31 Indians, 32 Dodgers, 35 Browns Tim Tolman 1976-78 81-85 Astros, 86-87 Tigers Dave Van Gorder 1976-78 81-85 Reds, 87 Orioles John Werhas 1957-59 64-65, 67 Dodgers, 67 Angels Jeff Wetherby 1985 89 Braves Archie Wilson 1946-47 51-52 Yankees, 52 Senators-Red Sox Wally Wolf 1961 69-70 Angels Hank Workman 1946-48 50 Yankees Barry Zito 1999 00-03 A's Trojan Major League Award Winners Most Valuable Player American League, 1975--Fred Lynn, Boston, OF, .331, 21 HRs, 105 RBI Cy Young National League, 1969--Tom Seaver, New York, 25-7, 2.21 ERA National League, 1973--Tom Seaver, New York, 19-10, 2.08 ERA National League, 1975--Tom Seaver, New York, 22-9, 2.38 ERA American League, 1995--Randy Johnson, Seattle, 18-2, 2.48 ERA National League, 1999--Randy Johnson, Arizona, 17-9, 2.48 ERA National League, 2000--Randy Johnson, Arizona, 19-7, 2.64 ERA National League, 2001--Randy Johnson, Arizona, 21-6, 2.49 ERA National League, 2002--Randy Johnson, Arizona, 24-5, 2.32 ERA American League, 2002--Barry Zito, 23-5, 2.75 ERA Rookie of the Year National League, 1967--Tom Seaver, New York Mets, 16-13, 2.76 ERA American League, 1975--Fred Lynn, Boston, OF, .331, 21 HR, 105 RBI American League, 1987--Mark McGwire, Oakland, 1B,.289, 49 HR, 118 RBI All-Star Game Most Valuable Player 1983--Fred Lynn, American League (California), OF (he hit a grand slam) League Championship Series Most Valuable Player American League, 1982--Fred Lynn, California, OF, .611, 1 HR, 5 RBI World Series Most Valuable Player 2001--Randy Johnson, Arizona--3-0, 1.04 ERA, 17.1 IP, 3 BB, 19 K (co-MVP with Curt Schilling)