Major League Umpires




Larry Barnett (Was an American League umpire from 1969-99, he signed in 9 days from home) rec`d 2-23-04

Greg Bonin (Was a major league umpire from 86-00 and signed in 18 days from home) rec`d 2-19-04

Joe Brinkman (Umpire was been at the major league level since 1973, he signed in 2 years from home) rec'd 11-13-06

Fred Brocklander (National League umpire from 1979-90, he passed away on August 13, 2009)

Drew Coble (Former American League umpire was at the major league level from 1983-99, he signed in 10 days from home) rec`d 02-25-04

Terry Cooney (Was an American League umpire from 1975-92, he signed in 3 weeks from home. Also, he liked the fact that I offered him an extra card, so he in turn provided an extra signed card of his own)

Derryl Cousins (Worked three World Series during a career that lasted over three decades. He passed away on October 20, 2020)

Jerry Crawford (Current umpire signed in 13 days from home) rec`d 02-12-04

Gary Darling (Current Major League umpire signed in 13 days from home) rec'd 11-06-10

Bob Davidson (Was a National League umpire from 1983-99, he signed in 11 days from home) rec`d 03-15-04

Dana DeMuth (This will be his 20th season as a major league umpire, he signed in 1 month from home) rec`d 02-17-04

Don Denkinger (Former Major League Baseball umpire who worked in the American League from 1969 to 1998. He signed in 10 days) rec'd 10-29-12

Bob Engel (Former National League umpire (1965-90) was nice enough to sign in 2004 and he included a signed card of his own. This former president of the Major League Umpires Association passed away on March 05, 2018)

Jim Evans (Retired American League umpire (1972-99) signed in 15 days from his work address) rec'd 01-26-09

Dale Ford (Former AL umpire from 1976-99, signed in 10 days from home) rec`d 02-09-04

Bruce Froemming (Umpire has worked several World Series and signed in 12 days from home) rec`d 02-02-04

Rich Garcia (Joined Major League Baseball in 2002 as an Umpire Supervisor after spending 25 seasons as a major league umpire. This means he serves as a liaison between Major League Baseball and the major league umpires. He signed in 13 days from home) rec`d 02-07-04

Eric Gregg (Former umpire worked at the major league from 1975-91 & 93-99. He passed away on 06-05-06)

Tom Hallion (Was a National League umpire from 1986-99, he signed in 1 month from home) rec`d 03-04-04

Doug Harvey (One of the most respected umpires of his time, he worked National League games for 31 seasons before retiring in 1992. He signed in 2004 and also wrote a great note, he said "Mark, You are the only person in eleven years since I retired, to send an extra card for me! That's classy, pal, so I am sending you an extra card. Good Health". I'm sorry to report of his passing on January 13, 2018)

John Hirschbeck (Long time umpire at the major league level, he and brother Mark became the first pair of brothers to become major league umpires. He signed in 11 days from home) rec`d 01-31-04

Mark Johnson (American League umpire from 1979-99, he signed for me in 2013 and passed away on October 26, 2016)

Ken Kaiser (Retired American League umpire worked at the major league level from 1978-99, he signed in 10 days from home) rec`d 03-01-04

John Kibler (Former National League umpire was in the sport from 1965-89 and signed from home)

Greg Kosc (Was an American League umpire from 1976-99, he signed in 2 weeks from home) rec`d 03-04-04

Randy Marsh (Umpire signed in 14 days from home) rec`d 02-06-04

Tim McClelland (This will be his 21st season as an umpire at the major league level. He was behind the plate for David Wells' perfect game in 1998 and signed in 2 weeks from home) rec`d 02-20-04

Larry McCoy (He served as an umpire from 1971-99, he signed in 17 days from home) rec`d 02-17-04

Jim McKean (Was an umpire at the major league level from 1974-00, he signed in 10 days from home) rec`d 03-05-04

Ed Montague (Now in his 28th season as a major league umpire, was the first base umpire when Pete Rose singled to break Ty Cobb's all-time hit record. He signed my card and sent a signed post card in 1 month from home) rec`d 02-17-04

Dan Morrison (Was an American League umpire from 1984-99, he signed in 10 days from home) rec`d 02-23-04

Steve Palermo (A well known and respected umpire from 1978-91, his umpiring career was shortened on July 6, 1991 when he was shot in the back while coming to the aid of a robbery victim. He signed in 2004 and passed away on May 14, 2017)

Dave Pallone (Former umpire worked in the major leagues from 1979-88, he signed in 1 month from home) rec'd 02-04-08

Dave Phillips (Former umpire spent 32 years in the majors and was the first umpire to eject Hall of Famer Gaylord Perry for throwing a doctored baseball. He signed in 3 months from home) rec`d 05-13-04

Jim Quick (Former NL umpire was in the sport from 1976-98, he signed in 7 months from home) rec`d 07-29-08

Mike Reilly (Became a major league umpire in 1982 and this will be his 27th season. He signed in 3 weeks from home)

Dutch Rennert (Retired National League umpire was a part of the sport from 1973-93, including working three World Series. He signed in 2 months from home) rec`d 04-19-04

Steve Rippley (He served the sport from 1984-99 and signed in 45 days from home) 07-08-04

Rocky Roe (Was an umpire at the major league level from 1982-00. He signed in 8 days from home) rec`d 03-12-04

Dale Scott (2004 will be his 18th season as a major league umpire, he signed in 8 days from home) rec`d 02-03-04

Terry Tata (Was a National League umpire from 1973-99, he signed in 6 weeks from home) rec`d 03-15-04

Tim Tschida (Current major league umpire since 1987, he signed in 9 months from home) rec`d 10-18-04

Vic Voltaggio (Was an American League from 1978-96, he signed in 10 days from home) rec`d 03-05-04

Harry Wendelstedt (Had a 33-year major league career and passed away on 03-09-12)

Joe West (Long time umpire signed in 2 weeks from home) rec'd 11-22-10

Larry Young (This will be his 19th major league season as an umpire. He worked the game when Nolan Ryan recorded his 5,000th strikeout and when Rod Carew and Dave Winfield both reached 3,000 hits. He signed in 10 days from home) rec`d 02-11-04