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Can you name the following fictional baseball players from TV and movies (where appropriate, nicknames are ok)?

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CDespite retiring as the all-time leader in minor league home runs ('a...dubious honor'), this switch hitter was limited to only 21 days in the big leagues ('21 greatest days of my life')
1BThis former World Series MVP would eventually leave the Yankees and find success for the Nagoya Chunichi Dragons.
2BThis power hitting phenom sold his soul for a chance to help his beloved Senators finally beat those 'damn Yankees!'
SSA five-tool star for the Dodgers, he spent his youth honing his skills by dominating his friends at The Sandlot.
3BBefore branching out as an interior decorator, this Wahoo was once one of the great hitters in the game. Just don't ask him to do sit-ups.
OFSuperstar CF, acquired by the Giants from Atlanta. Initially struggled without his lucky #11, until the untimely death of Juan Primo suddenly freed it up.
OFWith speed to burn, this rookie without a past measures his stolen bases by nailing batting gloves to his bedroom wall.
OFStruck out The Whammer, then took a bullet from a crazy women in black. Would return 16 yrs later to lead the New York Knights to an improbable pennant.
SPDiscovered in the Mexican countryside, he would go on to use his 112 mph fastball to throw a 27-strikeout, 81-pitch perfect game in the World Series.
RES/DHDespite an MVP-calibur bat, his price tag and personality made his stay in Cleveland a short one, and he was dealt to the White Sox after only a half season by the lake.
RES/CA former all-star, this Mexican League drop out was one of the best catchers in the game before his knees gave out. But it didn't stop him from one last run at glory with the Indians.
RES/CA former Yankee farmhand, known for his defense ('You call a good game.') In the end, all he ever needed was one last game of catch.
RES/1BThe last Triple Crown winner, this Yankee legend lead the league in everything, including nose hairs. When he sneezes, it looks like a party favor.
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RES/OFDespite a questionable attitude, this former Brewer deserves a spot on this team for his sustained level of excellence, which lead to a career total of 2999 hits.
RES/OFA Cuban defector with prodigious power, battles with religious identity have caused his performance to vary over the years.
SPAccording to the scouting report, he's got a million dollar arm, and a five cent head. Traded his Blaupakt for a curveball and made his way to the Show.
SPOne of the great starters of time, this Tiger is the only player to throw a perfect game in his final career start.
SPA superstar in the mold of Tom Seaver, this New York Mammoth tried to maintain his success while watching his catcher slowly die from Hodgkin's Disease.
SPA steady, veteran presence at the back of the rotation, can be counted on to find any angle to win a game. From vaseline to a runny nose, there isnt a substance he won't go to to get an out.
CLOSERMaybe the only major leaguer to make the transition from the California Penal League to the bigs, this fireballer closes games with a fastball that regularly sits at 97-99. Not much of a dresser, though.
PA perfect set-up man. Pint-sized pitcher for the Cubs, a freak accident has him throwing 105 mph fastballs with ease.
PHackensack's finest, he held the Yankees scoreless for 2 innings before succombing to a tired shoulder. Retired in the late 80's with a 300 million dollar inheritance.
PBefore a wild temper and shaky control drove him out of baseball and into a substitute teaching job, this reliever was one of the game's top closer. Well known as The People's Champion.
POne of the best relief arms in baseball, this local Boston legend left his fastball at the bottom of a bottle after only 5 years in the Bigs.
PAn imposing figure for the Yankees, not afraid to throw inside. This guy once threw at his own kid in a father-son game.

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