Michael Decelle is a former American baseball player and member of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Decelle was born on July 10, 1974 in Fremont, California.
Decelle played as an outfielder for the University of Miami college baseball team, and in 1996 he was named to the College World Series All Tournament Team. In 1996 he was then drafted by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, and also played for the Butte Copper Kings. In 1997 he played for the Hudson Bay Renegades within the Devil Rays system, and the Duluth–Superior Dukes of the Northern League in 1998. In 1999 he played for the Rio Grande Valley White Wings and then later played for the Abilene Prairie Dogs.
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