2023 Baseball Eligibles (26)

Aaron Hill came up with the Toronto Blue Jays where the infielder had a good start until he suffered a concussion that took him out most of the 2008 season.  Hill rebounded with the nest year he ever had with career highs of 195 Hits, 26 Home Runs and 109 Runs Batted In while being named an All Star and American League Comeback Player of…
Adam Lind was a good Home Run hitter who had six 20 Home Run seasons, four of which were with the Toronto Blue Jays.  Lind was a streaky hitter but in 2009 he had a career year where he finished 15th in MVP voting, won the Silver Slugger and belted 35 Home Runs with 114 Runs Batted In.  He would finish his career with an…

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Andre Ethier played his entire career with the Los Angeles Dodgers and he would have four 20 Home Run seasons and he would be named an All-Star in both 2010 and 2011.  His best year was in a non-All-Star year (2009) where he had career highs in Hits (162), Home Runs (31) and Runs Batted In (106) and he would finish sixth in National League…
Bronson Arroyo spent most of his pitching career for the Cincinnati Reds but it was earlier in his career where he had his greatest team success where he was a member of the Boston Red Sox 2004 World Series Championship team.  With the Reds he had five 14 Win Seasons and was an All-Star in 2006 where he led the National League in Games Started…
There was so much to love about the game of Carlos Beltran.  The 1999 American League Rookie of the Year showed out of the gate that he had a lot of skills as he could hit, hit for power, had speed and good defensive skill.  Beltran began his career with the Kansas City Royals where he won the aforementioned Rookie of the Year Award, but…
Carlos Ruiz played the vast majority of his career with the Philadelphia Phillies where he was the team’s Catcher for their 2008 World Series Championship.  Ruiz did not collect a lot of hits over his career, in fact he only had three years where he had over 100 Hits and never had more than 121 but in those three years (2010-12), he was able to…
Over a 14-year career Chad Qualls played with nine teams over 844 Games.  Qualls never started any of them and was mostly used in middle to long relief although he did have a 24 Save campaign with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2009.  He would finish in the top ten in the National League in Games Pitched on five occasions.
Erick Aybar played ten of his twelve years in the Majors with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.  It was there the Dominican Infielder would be named an All-Star in 2014 and would win the Gold Glove in 2011.  Aybar collected 1,402 Hits over his career and batted .276.
Francisco Rodriguez would become one of the game’s better closers and best known almost immediately when he debuted for the Anaheim Angels is 2002.  He played only five regular season games that year and as the team’s set-up man he played a vital role in their World Series win. 
Glen Perkins is one of the rare players who can say that he played all 12 of his seasons in Major League Baseball for one team and from 2006 to 2017 he did exactly that as a member of the Minnesota Twins.
Huston Street would be named the American League Rookie of the Year in 2005 when the Oakland Athletic would record 23 Saves.  Street would remain a closer for the majority of his career and he would have a 37 Save Season with Oakland in 2006, 35 with Colorado in 2009 and would later be a two-time All-Star with the San Diego Padres, the second of…
J.J. Hardy was a two-time All-Star who was one of the better defensive Shortstops of his day and four times over his career he had a Defensive bWAR over 2.0 that placed him in the top eight of his respective league.  Hardy was a two-time All Star (2007 & 2013), the second of which took place with the Baltimore Orioles where he had the best…
Jacoby Ellsbury played entirely in the American League elite where he played mostly with the Boston Red Sox and later for the New York Yankees.  Ellsbury first came up in the 2007 season when he was called up in June of 2007 and would make the starting lineup and would help the Red Sox win the World Series where he batted .438. 
Playing for nine different teams in the Majors, Jason Grilli had every imaginable role as a Pitcher.  Grilli was mostly used out of the bullpen and he would have one memorable year in 2013 where he was the closer for the Pittsburgh Pirates and would accumulate 33 Saves and earned a trip to the All-Star Game.  He would participate in 595 Games over his career.
Jayson Werth was a popular member of the 2008 Philadelphia Phillies World Series Championship Team.  The Outfielder would be an Al Star in 2009 and was the National League leader in Doubles in 2010 but his better accumulative totals took place with the Washington Nationals where he played from 2011 to 2017.
Jered Weaver was a college phenom where at California State University, Long Beach he won both the Golden Spikes Award and Dick Howser Trophy.  Drafted by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Weaver was in the starting rotation as a rookie (2006) and in 2009 he had a 16 and 8 season.  That would usher in a three-year stint where he was amongst the best…
Jhonny Peralta spent the first half of his career with the Cleveland Indians where he had five straight years collecting 140 Hits.  The Dominican Shortstop was never an All-Star as an Indian but he would become one three times in the second half of his career, two with the Detroit Tigers and one with the St. Louis Cardinals.  Peralta had decent power with five seasons…
Joaquin Benoit spent most of his career in the bullpen in various forms of middle relief over a 16-year career that saw stops in Texas, Tampa, Detroit, San Diego and Seattle.  Benoit would have two seasons where he surprisingly finished in the top ten in Win Probability Added (2005 & 2007) when he was with the Rangers.  He would have 53 Saves and 185 Games…
A member of the Philadelphia Phillies 2008 World Series Championship team, Joe Blanton arrived in Philly as part of a mid-season trade to go for the championship.  He came from Oakland where he had a 16 Win season two years prior where he also finished 10th in ERA.  Blanton would later play for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Kansas City Royals,…