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Anonymous asked in SportsBaseball · 1 decade ago

Baseball fans?

How many players can you name that have played for the Yankees and the Blue Jays?

Update:

Whoever names the most, will win the best answer.

Update 2:

To I want one too, I meant players who have played for the Yankees and the Blue Jays in their careers.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    69 total.

    Juan Acevedo, Doyle Alexander, Carlos Almanzar, Jesse Barfield, Juan Beniquez, Bobby Brown, Homer Bush, Tom Buskey, Greg Cadaret, Miguel Cairo, John Candelaria, Jose Canseco, Alberto Castillo, Rick Cerone, Roger Clemens, Dave Collins, David Cone, Don Cooper, Mariano Duncan, Bobby Estalella, Sal Fasano, Tony Fernandez, Cecil Fielder, Damaso Garcia, Todd Greene, Rickey Henderson, Felix Heredia, Xavier Hernandez, Glenallen Hill, Cliff Johnson, Pat Kelly, Jimmy Key, Mickey Klutts, Chris Latham, Al Leiter, Cory Lidle, Ted Lilly, Graeme Lloyd, Esteban Loaiza, Bob MacDonald, Jim Mason, John Mayberry, Lee Mazzilli, Paul Mirabella, Raul Mondesi, Mike Morgan, Dale Murray, Phil Niekro, Otis Nixon, John Olerud, Robert Perez, Josh Phelps, Paul Quantrill, Domingo Ramos, Dave Revering, Dave Righetti, Ruben Sierra, Aaron Small, Luis Sojo, Tony Solaita, Mike Stanley, Tanyon Sturtze, Tom Underwood, Otto Velez, Dave Weathers, David Wells, Mark Whiten, Ted Wilborn, Dave Winfield.

    Mutual HOFers: Phil Niekro, Dave Winfield.

    Source(s): Ah, cut-n-paste is SOOOO easy to abuse. Twit.
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  • 1 decade ago

    Yankess

    THE Babe

    Mickey Mantle

    Roger Maris

    Derek Jeter

    Alfonso Soriano

    A-Rod

    Robinson Cano

    Joe Dimiggio

    Roger Clemens

    Thermen Munson

    Jorge Posada

    BUbba Crosby

    Melky Cabrera

    Johnny Damon

    Gary Shelfield

    Jason (Steriods) Giambi

    Shelly Duncan

    Mo Rivera

    Kyle sucks Farnsworth

    Scott Proctor

    Andy Petitite

    Phil Hughes

    Brian Buney

    Tino Martinez

    Mike Mussina

    Scott Brosius

    Blue Jays

    Mike TImlin

    Vernon Wells

    Frank Thomas

    Carlos Delgado

    BJ Ryan

    Jeremy Accardo

    Greg Zaun

    Eric Hinske

    Roy Halladay

    Chris Carpenter

    Matt Stairs

    Aaron Hill

    Homer Bush

    Dave Bush

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  • 1 decade ago

    Clemens, Barry, Todd Greene, Rickey Henderson, Felix Heredia, Xavier Hernandez, Glenallen Hill, Cliff Johnson, Pat Kelly, Jimmy Key, Mickey Klutts, Chris Latham, Al Leiter, Cory Lidle, Ted Lilly, Graeme Lloyd, Esteban Loaiza, Bob MacDonald, Jim Mason, John Mayberry, Lee Mazzilli ... Too many to name like 69 or so

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  • 1 decade ago

    I want one too, i think the question meant players who have played on both teams at some point in their career, as i skimmed through the many you gave i dont believe BJ Ryan was ever on the Yankees and Brian Bruney was never on the Jays. But i'd give you the points for taking the time to copy and paste all that in there.

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  • 1 decade ago

    69 total.

    Juan Acevedo, Doyle Alexander, Carlos Almanzar, Jesse Barfield, Juan Beniquez, Bobby Brown, Homer Bush, Tom Buskey, Greg Cadaret, Miguel Cairo, John Candelaria, Jose Canseco, Alberto Castillo, Rick Cerone, Roger Clemens, Dave Collins, David Cone, Don Cooper, Mariano Duncan, Bobby Estalella, Sal Fasano, Tony Fernandez, Cecil Fielder, Damaso Garcia, Todd Greene, Rickey Henderson, Felix Heredia, Xavier Hernandez, Glenallen Hill, Cliff Johnson, Pat Kelly, Jimmy Key, Mickey Klutts, Chris Latham, Al Leiter, Cory Lidle, Ted Lilly, Graeme Lloyd, Esteban Loaiza, Bob MacDonald, Jim Mason, John Mayberry, Lee Mazzilli, Paul Mirabella, Raul Mondesi, Mike Morgan, Dale Murray, Phil Niekro, Otis Nixon, John Olerud, Robert Perez, Josh Phelps, Paul Quantrill, Domingo Ramos, Dave Revering, Dave Righetti, Ruben Sierra, Aaron Small, Luis Sojo, Tony Solaita, Mike Stanley, Tanyon Sturtze, Tom Underwood, Otto Velez, Dave Weathers, David Wells, Mark Whiten, Ted Wilborn, Dave Winfield.

    Mutual HOFers: Phil Niekro, Dave Winfield.

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  • 1 decade ago

    off the top of my head - clemens, wells, david cone, josh phelps, i'm sure there must be more

    with a bit of research - also dave winfield, jesse barfield, tom underwood, jimmy key (knew that one), al leiter, ted lilly, tony fernandez, john olerud, glenallen hill, pat kelly, rickey henderson

    Source(s): baseball-reference.com
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    2 points

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  • =)
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    1 decade ago

    Clemens.

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  • Jay
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    who cares, the most important one is roger clemens, screw MLB for suspendin him but noone from the gay jays. O well, yankees still got the division.

    Also David Wells

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  • 1 decade ago

    San Francisco Giants!! Go Barry!!

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