The oldest living MLB player I have had a chance to interview is Hall of Famer Monte Irvin, who currently ranks 12th on this list at 95 years old, right behind former Phillies pitcher Fred Caliguri. 13-20 consists of former Senators and Pirates pitcher Steve Nagy, Dodgers OF Luis Olmo, White Sox catcher Lee Pfund, Athletics pitcher Tom Jordan, Athletics catcher Bill Mills, Yankees pitcher Rugger Ardizoia, Athletics 1B Dick Adams and Dodgers pitcher Jean-Pierre Roy. Olmo was the first Puerto Rican player to hit a home run in the World Series (1949 Dodgers vs Yankees).
Among notables in 21-30 are former MLB OF/3B Wally Westlake (24) and former MLB 1B/ GM Eddie Robinson (25). Eddie is currently 93 years old and was recently a guest on my Passed Ball Show. As well as the Irvin interview, the Robinson one can be found on this current website. Marv Rackley, who was a teammate of Jackie Robinson in 1947, is currently the 30th oldest MLB player.
From 31-50, Alvin Dark (35), Sam Mele (37), Gil Coan (41), Jim Rivera (42) and Red Schoendienst (48) all played considerable time in the big leagues. From 51-80, players like Al Rosen (57), Chuck Harmon (60), Ed Fitz Gerald (62), Bobby Brown (71), Irv Noren (72), Hal Brown (73) and Bob Cerv (80) are on the list. Hal Brown was also a guest on the Passed Ball Show.
Hall of Famer Yogi Berra currently ranks 82nd on the oldest living players list, at age 88. His 89th birthday is coming up in early May. Former MLB 2B and longtime coach Wayne Terwilliger is 84th and former MVP Bobby Shantz is currently 90th. Rounding out the list are OF great Minnie Minoso (94), former KC Athletics 1B Rance Pless, Browns RHP Ned Garver, Dodgers RHP Ralph Branca, Reds and Cubs OF Bob Borkowski, Yankees 1B Hank Workman and MLB 3B Randy Jackson is number 100 at age 88 years and 78 days. Garver's interview is also available on this website. The following is the official list from www.wikipedia.org of the 100 oldest living MLB players: