Update:  College Player Profiles -  Player profiles for 2014 Division I college players are complete. Any player with statistics for 2014 have a full player bio with HT/WT Bats/Throws Birthdate/city and high school
 

HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA


These are the players in the TBC database with their birth city listed as Hollywood, Florida. It is possible that a player listed below has this city as his hometown and not his birth city.
CITY INFORMATION
Players
Schools and Teams
List of players born in this city
Nicholas Additon (AAA)
Luke Albert (A)
Alan Avila (NCAA)
Nick Avila (AA)
Joe Biasucci (AA)
Mike Biasucci
Kyle Bone (A+)
Chris Britton (MLB)
Gregory Brown (AA)
Ashley Bulluck (NCAA)
Shane Buriff (RK)
James Callahan (Ind)
Troy Cameron (AAA)
Robert Caruso
Paul Cherry (AAA)
Nick Choto (NCAA)
Anthony Coletti (NCAA)
John Corbin (A+)
J.J. Corriveau (NCAA)
Alex Cruz (NCAA)
Brandon Doddo (RK)
Justin Elliott (AAA)
Tyler Erickson (Ind)
Mike Fernland (NCAA)
Trey Ferrano (NCAA)
Matt Ferrara (A-)
Mike Fiers (MLB)
Jeff Fiorentino (MLB)
Frank Fucile (NCAA)
Mike Gottlieb (NCAA)
Matt Groff (A+)
Brett Henninger (NCAA)
Danny Hernandez (NCAA)
Erik Hindmon (NCAA)
Mitchell Houck (A)
Joey Housey (A+)
John Housey (AAA)
Brad Kantor (A-)
Mark Kleibl
Dimitri Kourtis (NCAA)
Thomas Krasnor (NCAA)
Javier Lopez (Ind)
Pablo Lopez (Ind)
Tom Magrann (MLB)
Seth Marcus (Ind)
Thomas Marino (A-)
Scott Massucco (A)
Steve Matos
Oddibe McDowell (MLB)
Tim McNab (AAA)
Lincoln Monquete (NCAA)
Norman Morton (NCAA)
Mike Napoli (MLB)
Kevin Nelson (NCAA)
Nicholas Palmisano (NCAA)
Clifford Powers
Dennis Raben (A+)
Gabe Rio (A-)
Mike Rodriguez (AAA)
Jackie Ross (A)
Joe Ryan (NCAA)
Fabian Salmon (A)
Buddy Shaw
Ken Smith (AA)
Steven Soares (NCAA)
Jordan Stampler (NCAA)
Glen Troyanowski (NCAA)
Robert Van Kirk (A)
Bill Voeltz (AA)
Cory Weech (NCAA)
Jake Welch (NCAA)
Chad Whitaker (AA)
Mark Wiesler (RK)
Skip Wiley (A-)
Andrew Williams (AA)
Jason Wilson


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