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There were two guys older than 40, and one who was barely 20.

There were a couple of guys who stand 6-foot-6, and one who is 5-foot-5.

There were six guys who debuted in the big leagues this year, including one who debuted just this week. And one guy who has already announced that this season will be his last.

There were a couple of guys who are hitting better than .400 this year, and one who is hitting .056.

There were guys who began the season on the disabled list, and guys who are on the DL now.Read Full Article »

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