MLB Baseball Last Names

Each group of former and current Major League Baseball players has the same last name. Guess what it is.
Quiz by Quizmaster
Last updated: February 25, 2023
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First submittedOctober 2, 2012
Times taken16,189
Average score72.7%
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First Names
Last Name
Ivan, Alex, Francisco
Miguel, Melky, Asdrubal
Cecil, Prince
Walter, Randy, Howard
Brooks, Frank, Jackie
Pedro, Edgar, Tino
Ted, Matt, Billy
Reggie, Bo, Joe
Roberto, Sandy
Bob, Josh, Kirk
Chipper, Andruw
First Names
Last Name
Manny, Aramis, Hanley
Ozzie, Lee
George, Cool Papa, Buddy
Bobby, Barry
Cal, Billy
Hack, Willie
Juan, Adrian, Luis
Felix, Keith, Livan
Mike, Steve, Dizzy
Catfish, Torii
Felipe, Moises, Matty
Level ∞
Feb 25, 2023
This quiz was made in 2012 but for this update I only changed one thing: adding Steve to the Trout question. It's remarkable that aren't really any "must add" players in the last 11 years. Also remarkable just how few outstanding players with the last name Smith have played in the majors over the years.
Level 90
Apr 14, 2013
Never heard of Dizzy Trout, lucky guess.
Level 47
Jan 29, 2020
I thought it was Dizzy Dean! lol!
Level 75
Apr 22, 2023
Tried Dean about five times, sure that there had never been another Dizzy.
Level 50
Apr 15, 2013
Should include Steve on Trout.
Level 33
Apr 15, 2013
Who in the world is Dizzy Trout. If you're going to use the name Dizzy, go with Dizzy Dean and his brother (who I think is named Paul) Dean. They were both pitchers for the cardinals in the 50s and 60s.
Level 83
May 8, 2014
Yeah, only one I got wrong. Certainly intentional knowing that most would think "Dean".
Level 47
Jan 29, 2020
Me too lol!
Level 67
Aug 24, 2015
Actually, the brothers Dean played mainly in the 1930s. Dizzy Trout pitched a little bit after that.
Level 23
Sep 13, 2017
Dizzy and Paul (Daffy) Dean pitched in the 30s.
Level 27
Nov 21, 2013
Here's one baseball fan in support of Dizzy Trout. He completely deserves to be here.
Level 84
Jul 4, 2017
But his son Steve, should be included too. Once "Dean" is not accepted, "Mike" is of virtually zero help. Steve played for 12 seasons, so would be a legitimate player to include. The convergence of only 2 players on a single surname is a stretch. Where it's easily doable, as is the case with Trout, 3 names give quiz-takers a fighting chance.
Level 40
May 30, 2014
A perfect score with 2:34 remaining!
Level 44
Jul 29, 2014
Technically, there was a Dizzy Dean and a Mike (Michael) Dean that played baseball so you should add "Steve" to make "Trout" the only acceptable answer -- or otherwise accept "Dean," too.
Level 24
Jan 5, 2017
finished with 2:53
Level 58
Feb 27, 2017
There was a Dizzy Trout?!? I just guessed because of Mike!
Level 77
Jul 21, 2017
I am not american and I know nothing about baseball. But I got a decent score just by typing in typical spanish and american last names.
Level 85
Aug 2, 2017
Did Dizzy Trout have Whirling Disease?
Level 72
Apr 22, 2023
This page seems to have been hijacked by a site warning about infected pages. I don't think it's my computer since I don't encounter this on other quizzes.
Level 89
Apr 23, 2023
Ah, yes. The world famous Paul "Dizzy" Trout and his son, Steve "Rainbow" Trout (yes, that was really his nickname). I never heard of either of them, and apparently Steve played during my childhood years when I was following baseball fairly closely. Neither Mike, nor Steve were of any help once "Dean" didn't work for Dizzy, but hey...I learned something new today...
Level 83
Apr 24, 2023
Bengie, Jose, and Yadier Molina would be good additions