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StarTiger - Browsing Entries matching Tag Position%3A:Pinch_runner
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  1. Baseball / Outfielder / 1973-1981 / Cubs, Athletics, Pirates / Known for his Speed and Great Base Running Skills
  2. baseball
  3. Retired baseball player played for the boston red sox debut 1993 he was at ss
  4. mlb player
  5. John Corriden  (2)
    former player and coach
  6. Baseball player 1959
  7. Former baseball player for the 1965 Indians
  8. Retired baseball player- Pirates
  9. Twins prospect who died the same year his card came out
  10. Born: December 12, 1941 in Colon, Colon, Panama. Baseball player nicknamed 'The Panamanian Express' he was used as a pinch runner by the great Oakland A's teams of the early '70's
  11. Baseball / 1970's Infielder with the Expos, Cardinals, Indians and A's
  12. Alberto Lois (born May 6, 1956 in Hato Mayor del Rey, Dominican Republic), is a former Major League Baseball player. Pittsburgh Pirates in 1978,1979
  13. Former baseball player
  14. Right-handed pitcher who appeared in two games for the Houston Astros in 1997
  15. Former Texas Ranger baseball player
  16. Baseball - Played one game for the 1944 Boston Braves
  17. Gene Patton  (2)
    Gene Gene The Dancing Machine from 'The Gong Show'
  18. Former baseball player with the 1953 St. Louis Cardinals
  19. Signed in 1983 by the Red Sox as a free agent, he finally made his debut in the major leagues on September 6, 1990, with the Braves
  20. Former San Francisco Giants SS (1990)
  21. Baseball player. Played 1 game with Cubs in the 1950's
  22. Cubs 1970's
  23. Baseball player with the 1948 Red Sox
  24. Baseball / 1975, 1978-79 / Outfielder for the Giants & Indians / His Sir Name is Appropriate - He was a Excellent and Fast Baserunner
  25. First Designated Pinch Runner in Major League Baseball History