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Quinton McCracken
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Baseball Player
    (August 16, 1970- )
    Born in Southport, North Carolina
    Outfielder for the Colorado Rockies (1995–97), Tampa Bay Devil Rays (1998–2000), Minnesota Twins (2001), Arizona Diamondbacks (2002–03, 2004–05), Seattle Mariners (2004) and the Cincinnati Reds (2006)
    He was a switch hitter.
    He was a journeyman player.
    His longest stint with one team was three years.
    He was primarily used as a reserve player outside of his stint with the Devil Rays.
    He played on five teams in a four year span.
    He was a member of the Colorado Rockies inaugural draft class (1992).
    He started at center field in the Devil Rays inaugural game (1998).
    He was the first player in the history of the Ray's franchise to earn team MVP honors.
    He primarily batted in the lead off spot during his career.
    He played football and basketball in high school, before opting to pursue a baseball career full time.

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