If it's just played in 100 games and not started, I think Dougy D is one of them. Is the other one just as scrappy?
DOUGY D IS THE ONE.
The other, I'd say he had a good deal of sCRAP. I've never heard of him but he played 4 years in Chicago as a reserve. The season in question did see his greatest amount of playing time and was his first year here.
When I was looking through stats I saw that Juan Pierre had a Fielding percentage of 1.000 in 2006.
I must of saw that wrong though, because the calendar can't possible be wrong.
From the headline I'd guess Campana but I don't think he ever got in 100 games.
For my guesses: Colvin and Murton (no really clue)
Colvin is a bit of a stab in the dark isn't it?
I checked on Colvin and saw that he was a poor choice. Murton turned out not to be bad guess though.
Some people just don't get the point.
You referring to Colvin getting stabbed with the bat?
Well, I never said that Juan Pierre was a wrong answer...
Are we out of the Woods yet?
I think you may be on to something here.
Ok, so the comments to this thread are closed and we will forget that Juan Pierre ever happened. The Calendar SHALL NOT BE WRONG