Steven Lee Wapnick
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 200 lb.
- School Moorpark College, California State University, Fresno
- High School James Monroe High School (Los Angeles)
- Debut April 14, 1990
- Final Game October 4, 1991
- Born September 25, 1965 in Panorama City, CA USA
Steve Wapnick was drafted three times in his career:
- In the 2nd round of the regular phase of the January 1985 amateur draft, (47th pick) by the Oakland Athletics
- In the 5th round of the secondary phase of the June 1985 amateur draft (87th pick) by the San Diego Padres
- In the 30th round of the regular phase of the June 1987 amateur draft (776th pick) by the Toronto Blue Jays
He ended up signing with the Blue Jays.
Overall, in 12 career major league innings of work, he walked 14 and struck out 7. Undoubtedly, his lack of control limited his time in the Major Leagues. He wore two numbers in his career: 43 and 51. He was one of two Jewish baseball players to make their Major League debut in 1990. The other was Scott Radinsky.
Wapnick later resided in Coarsegold, California. As of 2006, he was the only player in Major League history with a last name that starts with "Wap".