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First, you have to remember that there have been two different Washington Senators franchises in the American League since the start of the 20th century. The first played in the nation's capital from 1901 to 1960, but moved in 1961 to the Minneapolis-St. Paul area to become the Minnesota Twins. Pitcher Jim Kaat, who broke into baseball as a rookie with the Senators in 1959, went on to play with the Twins, the Chicago White Sox, the Philadelphia Phillies, the New York Yankees and the St. Louis Cardinals. His final season was in 1983.

Washington D.C. acquired an expansion team in 1961 and named it the Senators. It played there until after the 1971 season, when it moved to Arlington, Texas, and became the Texas Rangers. Infielder Toby Harrah, whose rookie year with the Senators was 1969, eventually retired as a member of the Rangers after the 1986 season.

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