Mike Morgan, a pitcher whose career spanned 1978-2002, pitched for 12 different teams during his career. Those teams were the Yankees, Athletics, Blue Jays, Mariners, Orioles, Dodgers, Cubs, Cardinals, Reds, Twins, Rangers, and Diamondbacks. Click on the 'Career Stats for Mike Morgan' link for more information.
Ron Villone, a pitcher whose career spans 1995-2009, has tied Morgan's record for appearing with 12 different MLB Teams. In order, Villone has pitched for the Mariners, Padres, Brewers, Indians, Reds, Rockies, Astros, Pirates, Marlins, Yankees, Cardinals, and Nationals.
Deacon McGuire (primarily a Catcher; 1884-1912) also played for 12 teams: Toledo, Cleveland (American Association), Rochester, Washington (American Association), Detroit, Philadelphia, Washington (National League), Brooklyn, Detroit (American League), New York, Boston and Cleveland (American League). McGuire is usually credited with having played with only 11 teams because the Washington Statesmen of the American Association in 1891 became the Washington Senators of the National League in 1892.
Matt Stairs, 1B/OF/DH, has played for 12 different teams during his career. Those teams were, in order, the Montreal Expos, Boston Red Sox, Oakland Athletics, Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers, Pittsburgh Pirates, Kansas City Royals, Texas Rangers, Detroit Tigers, Toronto Blue Jays, Philadelphia Phillies, and San Diego Padres. Stairs is still active playing for the Padres.
Miguel Cairo has played for 11 teams, but he has played for a few clubs twice (New York Yankees, Cardinals, and Cubs) making it 12 teams. The teams are the yankees, blue jays, cubs, rays, mets, cardinals, marniners, phillies, and reds. Miguel Cairo is still active, and he is playing for the Cincinnati Reds as a utility player.
Octavio Dotel, P, has played with 12 teams and just signed with his 13th: The Tigers. The teams he has played for, in order, are: Mets, Astros, A's, Yankees, Royals, Braves, White Sox, Pirates, Dodgers, Rockies, Blue Jays, Cardinals, and now the Tigers
No - the record is 12 teams, by Mike Morgan and Ron Villone. Villone is still active so there is a chance he could break the record. Also, Bruce Chen is only 32 years old and he has already played for 10 teams, so he is another one to keep an eye on for this exciting record!
The current record is Octavio Dotel who currently has pitched for 13 teams from 1999 to the present.
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Mike Sillinger - 12 teams started in Detroit ended in long island, NY
Mike Morgan played for 12 franchises from 1978-2002, more than any other player.
No. As of the end of the 2007 season Mike Morgan, a pitcher whose career spanned 1978-2002, played for 12 different teams and that is the most teams one player has played for in MLB history.
The most obvious is probably Shaq He played for the Magic,Lakers,Heat,Suns,Cavs, and Celtics
I don't know maybe Eli manning
Mike Sillinger played for 12 different teams (Detroit, Anaheim, Vancouver, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, Florida, Ottawa, Columbus, Phoenix, St.Louis, Nashville and the NY Islanders)
The most doubles in a season by a current player was Lance Berkman of the Houston Astros in 2001 when he had 55 doubles in the season however the most doubles in a game by a current player was Johnny Damon when he played for the Kansas City Royals when he had 4 doubles in a game in July of 2000.
Chucky Brown played for 11 teams between 89-01
The rosters that are in my player mode are the current, accurate, and most recently updated rosters you have when you FIRST create your player. Then the teams can trade and sign player unrelated to what's happening in real life.