Along with McClymonds, Moeller is the only other school on this list with two players in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Those two players were MLB teammates at one point, and that just so happened to be with Cincinnati’s pro team, the Reds.
Ken Griffey Jr. and Barry Larkin both graduated from Moeller, and coincidentally, both players turned down football scholarships from the University of Michigan to focus on baseball. Despite having two future Hall of Famers, none of Moeller’s seven state baseball championships came with either player on the team.
However, other MLB players were a part of those teams, including brothers David Bell and Mike Bell. Their father, Buddy Bell, also graduated from Moeller and is the only other player besides Griffey and Larkin to make an MLB All-Star Game.