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Gregory "The Apple" McIntosh, Shortstop

Inducted into FOBL Hall of Fame: 2017

Drafted in the second round (50th overall) by the Albany Engineers in 2001.

Albany Engineers (2001)
Montana Monarchs (2001-2014)

Fake Baseball Reference Entry

Career:
14 seasons, .292 BA, .911 OPS, 525 HR, 1668 RBI

Best season:
2007: .300 BA, 54 HR, 132 RBI

Awards:
All-FOBL First Team 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
All-FOBL Second Team 2005, 2011
All-Star Team 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2014
All Star MVP 2005
All-Futures 1st Team 2001

Gregory McIntosh was traded to Montana after only 3 weeks in Albany. At the time, he was merely 1 piece of an 8 player deal, but he quickly became the face of the Monarchs. He is the Golden Apple.

McIntosh was a hit first, glove third kind of player. While the reputation haunted him throughout his career, few would argue that he wasn't the best shortstop in the league during its first decade.

McIntosh used his bat to lead the Monarchs to 5 playoff appearances, 3 division titles and a Solecismic Series appearance during his tenure. In 2017, he was inducted to the Hall of Fame and was the honorary manager for the Monarchs first league title.