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Luzinski played first in the minors, got his feet wet in the majors as a first baseman. It's an amazing thing that he never made it back there.
The All "Not THAT one" team:
Now wait a minute here. For "80's pop star", you have Joe Jackson, not MICHAEL Jackson? And a Royals fan misses pitchers Ryan Braun and Will Smith?
I definitely wouldn't include Griffey and Ripken Senior... a) Griffey Sr. was pretty darn famous himself, b) Senior/Junior shouldn't count.
The lefty reliever Bobby Jones was both neither the righty starter Bobby Jones, nor a golfer.
Perhaps 3B Steve Ontiveros, although that might be more a question of when you were born than of one guy truly being more famous than the other.
SS Mike Tyson just came up in an article here recently.
And, what better day could there possibly be to mention IF John Kennedy?
Randall "Picked One Spot Ahead of Mike Trout" Grichuk to the Cards, Fernando Salas coming to the Angels in that Freese/Bourjos deal
The Brian Hunters and Chris Youngs would presumably be disqualified on the basis that one is not particularly more famous than the other.
And the Josh Fieldses.
I fondly remember Bill James demanding that Bob Gibson change his name...
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