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Note: No one born March 26th played a single inning at catcher, so I stuck Josh Wilson there because he’s scrappy.
The point is, Yuniesky Betancourt is a Huxleyan Epsilon among ballplayers.
I'm guessing Jamey Wright must be the 3rd or 4th longest tenured pitcher in baseball. What a hero. He's the new Doug Jones.
With the cutting of Miguel Batista, I think Darren Oliver and Alex Rodriguez are the only active players who played in the era before the World Series was cancelled.
Jim Thome would be another one.
Others who debuted in 1995-97 and played somewhere last year:
Miguel Batista - debut 4/11/92. Then his second appearance was in 1996?!?
Miguel Tejada (1997 debut) looks like he's going to make the Royals roster.
When do rosters have to be set, some time on Sunday?
Chris Carpenter 1997 - Retired
Congrats, you made the team!
[michael] Young will wind up on the All-Star team for the same reason he wound up on the Phillies: third base nowadays is a yawning bunghole of irredeemable detritus from which there is neither escape nor redemption. Playing third base full-time is like being loved by Barbara Hershey in a movie. If baseball’s positions were the novels of Robert Heinlein, third base would be I Will Fear No Evil, an unpolished mess conceived and written in a fever.
[michael] Young will wind up on the All-Star team for the same reason he wound up on the Phillies
Also, CLE: Rich Hill and Matt Albers
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