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Scout: Paul Krichell
OF 1,778 games: played for 9 teams in both leagues, was best as a Cub teammate of Bill Madlock
OF 1,687 games: despite covering 1/3 of the globe
RP: 1,054 relief appearances: good-looking Texan with four rings
OF 1,831 games: the only one still active, so he still has a chance to steal away from the list
Marlins DFA former sixth overall pick C Kyle Skipworth
I guess that leaves the middle infielders and the starting pitcher
I'd have found Cardenal and Timlin very hard to guess:
The 2B is famous for playing his whole career with one team, and not in a large market, during the FA era. But even there he's overshadowed.
The SP is now pretty obscure, obviously, and is hard to give a clue for.
Want a DH? There is an active player with 1043 games at DH (9th most all-time at that position) that has never made an All-Star appearance.
If Hafner has never been to an ASG, that means David Ortiz must have like twelve appearances, because there's been barely any other full-time DHs in his whole career. I think Billy Butler got there once, and maybe someone on the Rangers?
Luke Scott to Korea.
If Hafner has never been to an ASG, that means David Ortiz must have like twelve appearances,
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