10. Ed Vosberg
Ed Vosberg played a total of 10 seasons in the MLB, spanning from 1986 to 2002, for eight different teams. He had a rather mediocre professional career, posting just a 10-15 record with 13 saves and a 4.32 ERA in 266 appearances. But he can boast about a fact he shares with only one other man: Vosberg played in the LLWS championship, the College World Series final and the MLB World Series.
And he wasn't so bad as a Little Leaguer, either. Vosberg helped to lead his Tucson, Ariz. team to the 1973 final (a 12-0 loss to Tainan City, Taiwan), pitching a one-hitter in the semifinals to defeat the team from Birmingham, Mich.