The Johns Hopkins University baseball program started in 1887 and Otis Stocksdale was their first player to make it to the Major League level.
Besides the two former Blue Jays players listed above, former Philadelphia Athletic infielder Irv Hall after baseball worked at the Martin Company doing engineering work (without a degree) and managed and played on their semi-pro team. He went to Johns Hopkins at night off and on and finally got his degree in enginner in 1973.
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