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Had no idea that happened.

We actually drafted and developed him before trading him to Texas. I think he was a part of the Carlos Lee deal.

Half of your statement is correct. Cruz was actually part of the Mets and A's systems before joining Milwaukee. But you are right that he was part of the trade that sent Carlos Lee to Texas.

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Had no idea that happened.

We actually drafted and developed him before trading him to Texas. I think he was a part of the Carlos Lee deal.

Half of your statement is correct. Cruz was actually part of the Mets and A's systems before joining Milwaukee. But you are right that he was part of the trade that sent Carlos Lee to Texas.

...and we now know that by "developed" we mean "injected."

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It looks like David DeJesus's stint with the Nationals may be all of two games. He played for the Cubs, got traded to the Nats -while they were playing the Cubs in Chicago (basically just switched clubhouses) and may soon be a Ray in the course of a week. All without ever having played a home game in D.C.

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Picture was taken on Dec 3rd, 1974... oddly enough these uniforms never featured the "Warriors" mark under the circle... anyone has any explanation for this addition to this games jersey's?

Sorry, no explanation but after seeing this shot I was searching through Getty Images and did find a shot from the same season of a Warriors player in the navy road uniforms that aslo had the "Warriors" on the bottom of the circle. Maybe Golden State was trying out that look and had one set of uniforms with the "Warriors" on it and multiple sets without it, and they only wore the set with it early in the season.

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These will always stick out in my mind:

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If it pleases you, a whole team of players wearing the wrong kit.

This past weekend, Millwall tipped up to Hillsborough to play Sheffield Wednesday. Wednesday were of course sporting their traditional blue and white stripes, meaning that Millwall couldn't play in their blue first choice kit.

However, the wrong equipment skip - containing the home kit - was delivered to the ground and the Millwall kitman had to hurriedly arrange for their third kit to be sent up instead. It didn't arrive in time for kick off however, meaning that Millwall had to borrow their hosts' yellow away outfits from last season...

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Normal service was resumed in the second half though - Milwall's orange third kit had arrived in time for the players to change into that during the break.

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