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Who has played every position in one baseball game?


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2011-09-13 15:59:15
2011-09-13 15:59:15

In MLB history, there have been five players to play all nine positions in one game. They are Cesar Tovar of the Twins in 1968, Bert Campenaris of the Athletics in 1965, Jose Oquendo of the St. Louis Cardinals, Scott Shelden of the Rangers in 2000, and Shane Halter of the Tigers in 2000. Jose Oquendo final game as a player was in 1995: however he played every position during the 1988 season.

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Actually, four different players (Bert Campaneris, Cesar Tovar, Scott Sheldon, and Shane Halter) have played all nine positions in the same Major League game. Campaneris also pitched both right-handed and left-handed in the game in which he played all nine positions.


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