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Kelly Wayne Gruber

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Kelly Gruber played 10 seasons in the major leagues, winning a Gold Glove at third base and being named twice to the All Star team. He was fourth in the MVP voting in 1990. In 1992, when he had an off-year, he was on the World Series champion 1992 Toronto Blue Jays.

Kelly Gruber was selected from the Cleveland Indians in the 1983 Rule V Draft.

His career ended because of a degenerative disk injury in his neck.

He attempted a comeback in 1997, playing 38 games for the class AAA Rochester Red Wings. He hit .250, played 21 games at second base, 8 games at first base and 6 games in the outfield; he did not register any playing time at his old home, third base.

Currently, Kelly Gruber is the founder and CEO of Gruber Sports and Entertainment Inc, a promotional company based in Toronto.

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