10 Biggest Traitors in MLB History

10 Biggest Traitors in MLB History

There are 1 comment on the BleacherReport story from Nov 29, 2011, titled 10 Biggest Traitors in MLB History. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

Could David Ortiz really play for the New York Yankees next season? Surely not. The Boston Red Sox 's longest-tenured leader would be an incongruous fit for the Yankees anyway, given his lack of athleticism, his left-handedness at the plate and his inability to play the field.

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wmp

Georgetown, ME

#1 Nov 29, 2011
Aren't Wakefield and Varitek longer-tenured?

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