Alliterative Baseball Players

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Has six fingers on each hand
Platooned Astros catcher throughout the '80s
Starting pitcher most notable for his tenure with the Padres in the '90s
Undistinguished playing career, but noteworthy tenure as Athletics GM
Second of three generations of MLB players, played third base, and later managed
Catcher who played a century ago and often called the worst hitter of all time
Left handed starter who currently manages the Padres
3701 strikeouts leads all eligible non-Hall of Famers
Best known for his time as the Padres manager
All-time home run leader
Father of the all-time home run leader
Third baseman/outfielder who will be on the Mets' payroll until 2035
Second of three generations of MLB players, played catcher, and later managed
Second baseman who played for the Reds and Mariners, among other teams
Giants catcher who also managed a World Champion and broadcasted
Committed an infamous error at first base in the 1986 World Series
Center fielder who specialized in drag bunts and overcame cancer
Recent Cy Young Award winner for the Cardinals
Speedy Astros center fielder in the '70s
'80s Brewers first baseman and former Astros manager
Won World Series rings with '97 Marlins and '01 D'Backs
1971 AL Rookie of the Year, won World Series rings in '77 and '78
Holds most Tampa Bay offensive records
Cereal mascot disguised as a center fielder
Three time all-star Phillies catcher nicknamed 'Dutch'
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Hall of Fame Cardinal 'Gashouse Gang' pitcher
Third baseman for the Orioles and Angels in the '70s and '80s
Infamously traded for Pedro Martinez
Not as good as Joe, but a fine outfielder in his own right
Hall of Fame Dodgers pitcher
Catcher turned pitching coach whose two sons made the big leagues
Hall of Famer and former chairman of the Veteran's Committee
Former third baseman nicknamed 'The Rat'
Shortstop for Twins, Royals, and Dodgers
Intermittent closer who ended Pete Rose's hitting streak
Pirates pitcher who pitched a twelve inning perfect game, only to lose in the 13th inning
Hall of Fame Tigers outfielder
Hall of Fame Red Sox outfielder
Outfielder banned from baseball in 1920
First baseman and DH for the Brewers and Athletics
2002 National League Rookie of the Year
Pitched a no-hitter and complete game shutout in two starts against Randy Johnson in 1999
Current Marlins starting pitcher
Dutch Caribbean pitcher currently with the Braves
Japanese pitcher currently with the Braves
Hall of Fame outfielder and catcher who died over a century ago
Hit a grand slam on the first major league pitch he saw
Now a pitching coach whose brother is an all-time great
Most home runs of any switch hitter in history
In 2003, became first 20-game loser since 1980
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A Cy Young winning relief pitcher and outfielder both had this name
Former single season home run record holder
Utility player who played for all four current AL West teams
Namesake for a .200 batting average
Became third oldest player ever when the White Sox brought him back for a token appearance
Pitcher taken #1 overall in the draft by the Mariners in 1981
Phillies second baseman who turned an unassisted triple play in 1992
Once traded for Todd Zeile; together they served 25 stints with 17 different teams
Former all time pinch hit leader; now third
Former member of the Oakland A's Big Three
270 game winner for the Orioles and Yankees
Got lost on I-285 trying to find Atlanta Fulton County Stadium
Second baseman traded for the machete maniac on this list
Stalwart in the Cubs rotation in the '70s, pitched for several teams in the '80s
Hall of Fame Phillies pitcher
Hall of Fame Yankees pitcher
Second baseman; 1982 National League Rookie of the Year
Only player to hit 60 or more home runs in a season three times
Hit 10 homers in 27 games in 1998, and 49 in the other 511 of his career
Won 25 games and the AL Cy Young Award in 1980; now a broadcaster
Rockies shortstop who turned an unassisted triple play
Imprisoned in his homeland of Venezuela for attempted murder with a machete
Shortstop who made a spectacular season-saving play against the Astros in the 1999 NLDS
Starter who pitched for the Blue Jays, Padres, Cardinals, and Astros
Royals career steals leader

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