Monday, June 28, 2010

Trivia: All-Star Game Representin'

The 81st All-Star Game will be played this July 13th at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Under the current All-Star Game rules, each MLB team must be represented by at least one player. However, two players hold the record for representing five different teams at the All-Star Game over their careers. Can you name those two players? (Hint: Neither is an active player, but they were teammates on a team that won a World Series sometime after 1995 but before 2000.)

4 comments:

Greg said...

One more hint. If we're looking at the years of 1996, 1997, 1998, and 1999, only two franchises won the World Series during that stretch (New York Yankees three times and the Florida Marlins once). So these two guys either won together with the Marlins or Yankees...

Pauly said...

I'll say Gary Sheffield and Kevin Brown.

Greg said...

Now that I think of it, Kevin Brown is not a bad guess.

But here's the answer: Gary Sheffield and Moises Alou.

Pauly said...

Brown represented four different teams in the all-star game. So close.