Official Season 2000 Cosmic Team Roster
Player Date of Birth POS
Marion Barry 03/06/1936 P
Drew Barrymore 02/22/1975 CF
Robert Bork 03/01/1927 P
Cyd Charisse 03/08/1921 P
Frederic Chopin 03/01/1810 IF
Fats Domino 02/26/1928 1B
Wyatt Earp 03/19/1848 P
Kelsey Grammer 02/20/1955 P
Georg F. Handel 02/23/1685 P
Henrik Ibsen 03/20/1828 C
Steve Jobs 02/24/1955 LF
Spike Lee 03/20/1957 SS
Jerry Lewis 03/16/1926 P
Henry W. Longfellow 02/27/1807 OF
Doctor Seuss 03/02/1904 IF/C
John Steinbeck 02/27/1902 RF
Bobby Unser 02/20/1934 2B
Anton Vivaldi 03/04/1678 3B
Vanessa Williams 03/18/1963 P
Team Management
Kurt Cobain
Cobain replaces Ana´s Nin on July 3, 2000.
02/20/1967 Manager
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 03/18/1844 Coach
Chelsea Clinton 02/27/1980 G.M.
Andrew Zinebrenner 03/15/1928 Owner
Paradise Park Home Field  
Italics indicates ROOKIE
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Starting Lineup

Official Team Logo

Field Manager

Kurt Cobain


Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

General Manager

Chelsea Clinton

Team Owner

Andrew Zinebrenner

Other Rosters, Stats

The Paradise Pisces team, created in Los Angeles, California on October 13, 1981 was the first cosmic baseball team created and has therefore been designated as CBA's flagship team. Initially the Pisces did not represent any specific theme. Instead, it was the goal of each cosmic player to strive to make the Pisces roster based on superior cosmic baseball skills. In 1999 the team instituted the requirement that players had to be outstanding individuals born between February 20 and March 21.

The Pisces have been to the Cosmic Universal Series (CUS) four times (1982, 1995, 1998, 1999) and have won the CUS three times. The team's only CUS loss came in 1999 in a spectacular seven game series against the Pre-Raphaelite Baseball Club. The team has been managed by Walt Whitman, Mark Twain and Anais Nin among others.

For Season 2000 the team adds one rookie pitcher, the former mayor of Washington D.C., Marion Barry.

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Paradise Pisces- Season 2000 Official Team Roster
Published: January 16, 2000
Updated: July 3, 2000
Copyright © 2000 by the Cosmic Baseball Association