Florida A&M University
The Rattlers had a bevy of baseball greatness on their rosters before going pro beginning in the early 1960's with 2x World Series Champ Hal McRae, the 1970's with future Hall of Famer Andre Dawson, the 1980's with base burner Vince Coleman, and the 1990's with 4x gold glover and 17 year veteran Marquis Grissom. Florida A&M, or FAMU, is a historically black university (HBCU) located in Tallahassee, Florida. They currently play their home games at Moore Kittles Field and are members of the Southern Division of the Mid Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC).

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