Jim Fregosi (1961-1971) with 1367 games at shortstop.
Cal Ripken Jr played with the Baltimore Orioles from 1981-2001. He alternated between shortstop and third base in 1981 and 1982. He was a shortstop from 1983-1996 and a third baseman between 1997-2001. For his career he played 2,302 games at shortstop and 675 games at third base.
During his career, Lou Gehrig played first base for 2,137 games. He also played in the outfield for nine games and at shortstop for one game.
That was shortstop Ivan DeJesus who played in 158 games. Mike Schmidt was second at 154 games and Pete Rose was third at 151 games.
Yes, Honus Wagner played 248 games at first base during his career. He also played 372 games in the outfield, 209 games at third base, 57 games at second base, and 2 games as a pitcher to go along with the 1887 games he played at shortstop. Many baseball writers place Wagner as the best shortstop ever.
It was shortstop by committee for the 2004 Red Sox. Pokey Reese started 71 games at shortstop, the most of any player on the team. Others to play shortstop were Orlando Cabrera, Nomar Garciaparra, Cesar Crespo, and Ricky Gutierrez.
Tony Fernandez started 103 games at shortstop in 1995 for the Yankees. Kevin Elster and Derek Jeter also played shortstop for the Yankees in 1995. Jeter started 157 games for the Yankees at shortstop in 1996.
Gordie Howe holds the record for most career games played.
Chipper Jones has the most career postseason games played for a National League player with 92.
During his MLB career, Lou Gehrig played 2,137 games at first base, 9 games in the outfield, and 1 game at shortstop.
Morton Anderson - 368 games in 24 seasons
Pete Rose with 3,562 games played.
The player that played more games as a Boston Red Sox than anybody is Carl Yastrzemski.
No. Derek Jeter has always played the shortstop position. He has started games as a designated hitter.
Mickey Mantle played right field for the Yankees when he started his career. In 1952, Mickey took over for Joe DiMaggio in center field. He also played a few games at shortstop and third base from 1952-1955.
As of July 27, 2007: Luis Aparicio, Hall of Famer whose career spanned 1956-1973 with the Orioles, White Sox, and Red Sox, played in 2583 games at shortstop to hold the record. Omar Vizquel (1989-present) of the Giants is second with 2517 and Ozzie Smith (1978-1996), who played with the Padres and Cardinals, is third with 2511. Should Vizquel stay healthy he should overtake Aparicio early next season.
The Major League Baseball player who holds the career record for the most games played is Pete Rose who has played in 3,562 games, the player who has grounded into the double plays in their career is Cal Ripken, Jr. who has grounded into 350 double plays and the player who holds the career record with having the most assists is Elvis Andrus who has recorded 516 in his career.
Castro played 11 games for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1995, all but 1 as a late inning defensive replacement. He played 7 games at third base and 4 games at shortstop. His one start was at shortstop.
yes Currently, the only lefthanded infielders play at first base. But throughout MLB history, there have been a couple of leftys that have played shortstop. Wee Willie Keeler, a Hall of Famer, played second base, third and shortstop 71 times over his 19-year career from 1892 through 1910. Bill Hulen of the 1896 Phillies played 73 games at shortstop and two at second base in his only season with the club.
Pete Rose, who played in 3,562 games in his career.
Derek Jeter holds the record for most career games played in the postseason with 138.
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