If you missed Part 1, you can find it here.
Gus Kennedy- Led the 1996 Bulls with 20 home runs
Kerry Ligtenberg- Saved 30 games for the 1998 Braves
Ray Nunez- Played parts of two seasons with the Bulls and never hit below .300
Chris Schmitt- According to Baseball Reference, he actually went by the name Jo Jo
Marc Lewis- Was traded to the Braves from the Red Sox for Mike Stanton
Wes Helms- Played over 1,200 games for the Braves, Brewers, Phillies, and Marlins
Tony Wood- 1996 was his final season as a professional baseball player, he never hit a home run in three years in the Minors.
Mike Mahoney- Has one career Major League home run, which he hit off of Mark Prior as a member of the 2005 Cardinals.
Coaches Card- Had no idea that Max Venable worked for the Bulls.
Pascual Matos- Played six career games in the Majors for the Braves, and got his lone hit in his last game against Doug Henry. The hit drove in Andruw Jones, who was his teammate on the 1996 Bulls.
Sean Smith- He is from Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Sounds like a cool place, but apparently it's just outside of Milwaukee.
Danny Magee- Was picked one spot ahead of Scott Speizio in the 1993 MLB Draft
Edward Cordero- In his first full season in the Minor Leagues, 1995, he had has many stolen bases as he had RBIs. Sounds like a stat that a 1980s Cardinals player would have.
Ron Wright- Went back to college after his baseball career and now works as a dentist.