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Baseball Players by Team History

Name the major league player, based on the history of teams they have played for.
Teams in order. Underline indicates World Series champion
Includes current and former players
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First submittedOctober 3, 2012
Last updatedMarch 15, 2016
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Teams
Player
Red Sox, Blue Jays,
Yankees, Astros, Yankees
Roger Clemens
Red Sox, Yankees, Braves
Babe Ruth
Royals, A's, Red Sox, Yankees,
Tigers, Rays, Indians
Johnny Damon
Expos, Mariners, Astros, Diamondbacks,
Yankees, Diamondbacks, Giants
Randy Johnson
Tigers, Dodgers, Royals, Pirates, Tigers
Kirk Gibson
A's, Yankees, A's, Blue Jays, A's,
Padres, Angels, A's, Mets, Mariners,
Padres, Red Sox, Dodgers
Rickey Henderson
A's, Orioles, Yankees, Angels, A's
Reggie Jackson
Mariners, Rangers, Yankees
Alex Rodriguez
Orioles, Astros, Phillies,
Diamondbacks, Red Sox
Curt Schilling
Mariners, Reds, White Sox, Mariners
Ken Griffey, Jr.
Teams
Player
Pirates, Giants
Barry Bonds
Indians, Red Sox,
Dodgers, White Sox, Rays
Manny Ramirez
Rangers, White Sox, Cubs,
Orioles, Rangers
Sammy Sosa
Cubs, Braves, Cubs, Dodgers,
Padres, Dodgers
Greg Maddux
Marlins, Tigers
Miguel Cabrera
Mets, Angels, Astros, Rangers
Nolan Ryan
Indians, Phillies, Mariners,
Rangers, Phillies
Cliff Lee
Cardinals, Angels
Albert Pujols
Dodgers, Expos, Red Sox,
Mets, Phillies
Pedro Martinez
A's, Cardinals
Mark McGwire
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level 73
Apr 26, 2013
didn't Pudge Rodriguez also go from the championship Marlins to the Tigers? Or did he play for another team prior to the Marlins? Rangers perhaps?
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level 72
Oct 18, 2013
Pudge did play for the Rangers before moving to Marlins. He Also played for the Yankees, Astros, Rangers (again) and Nationals then signed a courtesy contract with the Rangers (Again) before retiring.
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level 60
Apr 26, 2013
Got everybody except Cliff Lee. I have no recollection of him as a Mariner, nor of Randy Johnson as an Astro. This was a neat idea though, and I think you picked a good group of players. Very gettable, but not necessarily obvious.
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level 40
Apr 26, 2013
Lee signed with the mariners, then was traded at the deadline in I beleive 2011 or 2010
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level 73
Aug 3, 2015
Johnson was a dominant trading deadline rental for the Astros in 1998. unfortunately, it didn't help them get past the division series. I had forgotten how dominant he was that year until I saw this wikipedia summary: "In 11 regular-season starts with the Astros, Johnson had a 10–1 record, a 1.28 ERA, and 116 strikeouts in 84⅓ innings, and pitched 4 shutouts. "
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level 56
Aug 20, 2015
Johnson was dominant in the 98 playoffs too....unfortunately Kevin Brown was even better. The 98 Astros were stacked, they would've put up a better fight against the Yankees in the WS, IMO.
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level 57
Apr 26, 2013
The Boston Red Sox won the world series with Babe Ruth, so that should be underlined.
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level ∞
Apr 27, 2013
Fixed. Thanks!
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level 72
Aug 2, 2018
Somebody's certainly a Red Sox fan by the looks of the quiz.
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level 48
Apr 3, 2014
Could you add Xavier Hernandez? Not sure of chronological order, but he was with the Astros, Yankees, Reds, and Blue Jays.
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level 72
May 15, 2014
Schilling was a part of some of the worst trades ever. My favorite is the Orioles trading Shilling, Pete Harnisch and Steve Finley for Glenn Davis. Schilling pitched 17 years after the trade, getting another 215 wins. Harnisch pitched another 11 years, getting 95 more wins. Finley played another 17 years, hitting 299 home runs.Glenn Davis played 3 more years, hitting 24 home runs.
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level 43
Jan 10, 2016
I put in David Freese instead of Albert Pujols. Granted, Pujols is a much bigger name than Freese, but Freese also won a World Series with the Cardinals and then went to play for the Angels.
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level 79
May 4, 2019
Was true at the time of the writing of this comment, but Freese has since gone on to play for the Pirates and Dodgers.
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level 70
Jul 4, 2017
After Clemens was the first answer, I just entered as many roided-up cheaters as I could think of, and then just figured out the handful of others that were still blank.
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level 65
Jul 5, 2017
Can't believe I got them all. The underlines were crucial...without that I doubt I would have got more than a few of them because the possibilities would be endless.
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level 79
May 4, 2019
Yeah the underlines were a big help.