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Rudy Seanez has played for a lot of teams…

Posted by Andy on May 27, 2009

...or more correctly, he's played for some teams a lot of times. Check out his career transactions:

June 2, 1986: Drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 4th round of the 1986 amateur draft. Player signed June 7, 1986.

December 10, 1991: Traded by the Cleveland Indians to the Los Angeles Dodgers for Mike Christopher and Dennis Cook.

November 17, 1992: Traded by the Los Angeles Dodgers to the Colorado Rockies for Jody Reed.

July 16, 1993: Granted Free Agency.

July 22, 1993: Signed as a Free Agent with the San Diego Padres.

November 18, 1993: Released by the San Diego Padres.

January 14, 1994: Signed as a Free Agent with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

October 15, 1996: Granted Free Agency.

January 14, 1997: Signed as a Free Agent with the New York Mets.

May 30, 1997: Sent to the Kansas City Royals by the New York Mets as part of a conditional deal.

October 17, 1997: Granted Free Agency.

December 15, 1997: Signed as a Free Agent with the Atlanta Braves.

November 2, 1999: Granted Free Agency.

December 12, 1999: Signed as a Free Agent with the Atlanta Braves.

October 30, 2000: Granted Free Agency.

February 25, 2001: Signed as a Free Agent with the San Diego Padres.

August 31, 2001: Traded by the San Diego Padres to the Atlanta Braves for . The Atlanta Braves sent Winston Abreu (September 6, 2001) to the San Diego Padres to complete the trade.

November 5, 2001: Granted Free Agency.

February 1, 2002: Signed as a Free Agent with the Texas Rangers.

October 28, 2002: Granted Free Agency.

December 15, 2002: Signed as a Free Agent with the Texas Rangers.

May 3, 2003: Released by the Texas Rangers.

May 6, 2003: Signed as a Free Agent with the Boston Red Sox.

July 29, 2003: Released by the Boston Red Sox.

August 2, 2003: Signed as a Free Agent with the Chicago Cubs.

October 15, 2003: Released by the Chicago Cubs.

February 12, 2004: Signed as a Free Agent with the Kansas City Royals.

July 31, 2004: Traded by the Kansas City Royals to the Florida Marlins for Abraham Nunez.

October 28, 2004: Granted Free Agency.

November 24, 2004: Signed as a Free Agent with the San Diego Padres.

October 27, 2005: Granted Free Agency.

December 20, 2005: Signed as a Free Agent with the Boston Red Sox.

August 19, 2006: Released by the Boston Red Sox.

August 31, 2006: Signed as a Free Agent with the San Diego Padres.

October 30, 2006: Granted Free Agency.

January 22, 2007: Signed as a Free Agent with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

October 30, 2007: Granted Free Agency.

February 4, 2008: Signed as a Free Agent with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

March 26, 2008: Released by the Los Angeles Dodgers.

April 2, 2008: Signed as a Free Agent with the Philadelphia Phillies.

If I've counted correctly, here are his tours of duty:

Padres four times

Dodgers three times

Red Sox, Braves, and Royals two times

Phillies, Marlins, Cubs, Rangers, Mets, and Indians one time

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2 Responses to “Rudy Seanez has played for a lot of teams…”

  1. Bobo Newsom moved around the majors in a similar fashion. Between 1929-53 he played for the Senators five times, Browns three times, Dodgers & Athletics twice each and the Yankees, Tigers, Red Sox, Cubs, and Giants once each. Not to mention he didn't play in the majors during the 1931, 1933, 1949, 1950 & 1951 seasons.

  2. damthesehigheels Says:

    Would you guys consider Seanez a guy who has won a World Series? A friend an I were having this argument.... he by all accounts was on the Phillies all season last year, although didn't play in any playoff games, (so probably wasn't on the playoff rosters).