|Larry Milbourne||Feb 13,1951||Switch||Right||Infielder|
Lawrence William "Larry" Milbourne (born February 14, 1951, in Port Norris, New Jersey) is a retired professional baseball player whose career spanned 15 seasons, 11 of which were spent in Major League Baseball (MLB) with the Houston Astros (1974–76), the Seattle Mariners (1977–1980, 1984), the New York Yankees (1981–82, 1983), the Minnesota Twins (1982), the Cleveland Indians (1982), and the Philadelphia Phillies (1983). Over his major league career, Milbourne primarily played second base, but on occasion played shortstop, third base, and left field. Milbourne compiled a career MLB batting average of .254 with 71 doubles, 24 triples, 11 home runs, and 184 runs batted in (RBIs) in 989 games played. During his playing career, Milbourne's height was listed at 6 feet (180 cm) and his weight was listed at 161 pounds (73 kg). He was a switch hitter who threw right-handed.