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List of people from Miami

The following is a list of notable people who were born or who live or formerly lived in the city of Miami, Florida.

Contents

  • Actors 1
  • Musicians and singers 2
  • Sports 3
    • Baseball 3.1
    • Basketball 3.2
    • Football 3.3
    • Other 3.4
  • Writers 4
  • Miscellaneous 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7

Actors

Musicians and singers

Sports

Baseball

  • Robert Andino, current MLB baseball player for the Baltimore Orioles[1]
  • J. P. Arencibia, current MLB catcher for the Toronto Blue Jays[2]
  • Ray Bare, former MLB pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals and Detroit Tigers[3]
  • Andy Barkett, former MLB player for the Pittsburgh Pirates and current manager of the Class AA Jacksonville Suns[4]
  • Rick Behenna, former MLB pitcher for the Atlanta Braves and Cleveland Indians[5]
  • Brian Buchanan, former MLB outfielder for the Minnesota Twins, San Diego Padres and New York Mets[6]
  • José Canseco, former baseball player (born in Cuba, moved to Miami as an infant)[7]
  • Steve Carlton, Hall of Fame baseball player[8]
  • Alex Castellanos, current MLB outfielder for the New York Mets[9]
  • Vinnie Chulk, current MLB relief pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers[10]
  • Andre Dawson, former MLB outfielder[11]
  • Lenny DiNardo, MLB pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, Oakland Athletics and Kansas City Royals[12]
  • [13]
  • Mike Fuentes, former MLB outfielder for the Montreal Expos[14]
  • Alex Gonzalez, former MLB infielder[15]
  • Charlie Greene, former MLB catcher [16]
  • Ricky Gutiérrez, former major league baseball player[17]
  • Lenny Harris, former MLB infielder/outfielder, holds current MLB record for most pinch hits[18]
  • Fernando Hernandez, current MLB relief pitcher for the Oakland Athletics[19]
  • Mark Higgins, former MLB first baseman for the Cleveland Indians[20]
  • Bobby Hogue, former MLB pitcher for the Boston Braves, St. Louis Browns and New York Yankees[21]
  • Jay Howell, for MLB relief pitcher[22]
  • Dick Howser, former NBA player and manager[23]
  • Jon Jay, major league baseball player[24]
  • Charles Johnson, former MLB catcher[25]
  • Jerry Johnson, former MLB pitcher[26]
  • Randy Johnson, former MLB player for the Chicago White Sox and Minnesota Twins[27]
  • Ross Jones, former MLB shortstop for the New York Mets, Seattle Mariners and Kansas City Royals[28]
  • Jeff Keppinger, current MLB infielder for the Tampa Bay Rays[29]
  • Jim Lewis, former MLB pitcher for the Seattle Mariners, New York Yankees and Minnesota Twins[30]
  • Mickey Lopez, former MLB second baseman for the Seattle Mariners[31]
  • Manny Machado, current MLB third baseman for the Baltimore Orioles
  • Christopher Marrero, current MLB first baseman for the Washington Nationals[32]
  • J. D. Martinez, current MLB outfielder for the Detroit Tigers[33]
  • Luis Martinez, current MLB catcher for the Texas Rangers[34]
  • Rob Murphy, former MLB relief pitcher[35]
  • Don Newhauser, former MLB pitcher for the Boston Red Sox[36]
  • Dan Otero, current MLB relief pitcher for the San Francisco Giants[37]
  • Henry Owens, MLP pitcher for the Florida Marlins[38]
  • Brad Peacock, current MLB pitcher for the Oakland Athletics[39]
  • Dan Perkins, former MLB pitcher for the Minnesota Twins[40]
  • Nick Regilio, former MLB pitcher for the Texas Rangers[41]
  • Carlos Reyes, former MLB pitcher[42]
  • Mickey Rivers, former MLB center fielder for the California Angels, New York Yankees, and Texas Rangers[43]
  • Alex Rodriguez, major league baseball player who was born in New York City, but moved to Miami as a child[44]
  • Iván Rodríguez, former MLB catcher for the Texas Rangers, Detroit Tigers, New York Yankees and Houston Astros[45]
  • Sean Rodriguez, current MLB shortstop for the Pittsburgh Pirates [46]
  • Mandy Romero, former MLB catcher for the San Diego Padres, Boston Red Sox and Colorado Rockies[47]
  • Al "Flip" Rosen, MLB 4-time All-Star third baseman & first baseman, MVP, 2-time home run champion, 2-time RBI leader[48]
  • [49]
  • Gaby Sánchez, current MLB first baseman for the Miami Marlins[50]
  • Dennis Sherrill, former MLB infielder for the New York Yankees[51]
  • Shannon Stewart, current MLB outfielder free agent[52]
  • Larry Thomas, former MLB pitcher for the Chicago White Sox[53]
  • Danny Valencia, current MLB third baseman for the Toronto Blue Jays[54]
  • Elih Villanueva, current MLB pitcher for the Miami Marlins[55]
  • Garrett Wittels, baseball player[56]
  • Woody Woodward, former MLB infielder for the Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves and Cincinnati Reds and GM of the Seattle Mariners [57]

Basketball

Football

Other

Writers

Miscellaneous

See also

References

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