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Only one position player drafted by the Yankees from 1997 to 2005 has compiled as many as 200 at-bats in the major leagues. Can you name him?

5 Responses to “Trivia Time”

  1. Jorge Posada?

  2. I looked at the wrong thing. Bernie Williams.

  3. Morisseau says:

    nick johnson?

  4. I remember a recent Neyer or Olney article on this. Andy Phillips or Shelley Duncan. I think they have only had like 10 or 11 position players drafted make the majors in that time frame. Pretty incredible.

  5. Coley Ward says:

    Andy Phillips is right. He’s the only one. And he’s not even on the Yankees anymore.

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