Chris Carr
Chris Carr

Carr, a Massachusetts native, played two seasons for the Bobcats in 2000 and 2001 after transferring from Massasoit Community College. Carr was named All-American in both of his seasons at Georgia College, adding All-Peach Belt Conference (PBC) honors twice and the first PBC Player of the Year trophy in school history.

He remains the lone Region Player of the Year in school history, earning that honor also in 2001 while leading his squad to the NCAA Regional Tournament.

Despite playing only two seasons, Carr finished seventh in school history in home runs with 32 and hit .395 over his two years, good for fourth. Carr still leads Georgia College in career slugging percentage at a .723 clip, an amazing 34 points ahead of fellow Hall of Famer Phil Arp.