This should come as a shock to no one; Oklahoma State baseball is a historic program. The Cowboys boast a staggering 19 (Nine-teen!) College World Series appearances, to go along with 42 tournament appearances. The Cowboys won their only National Championship in 1959.
With a program of such history and prestige, it's no surprise that good players pass through Stillwater on a regular basis. It may surprise some that OSU has the two best players of all time, though. NCAA.com recently ranked Robin Ventura and Pete Incaviglia as the two best college baseball players of all time.
Ventura is perhaps best known for
getting steam-rolled by Nolan Ryan his 58-game hitting steak in the 1987 season, which is an NCAA Division-1 record that still stands today. In 1986, Ventura led the nation in runs (107), RBI (96), and total bases (204) as a freshman. Ventura was inducted into the College Baseball hall of fame in 2006.
Incaviglia is regarded as one of the greatest power hitters in the history of College Baseball. He hit 100 home runs in his three-year career, and 48 in his junior season. Incaviglia still holds the NCAA Division-1 record for most home runs in a career and home runs in a season. He was inducted into the College Baseball hall of fame in 2007.