Nathan Orf, Brewers Minor League Player, Plays All 9 Positions in One Game

Tristan ThornburghSocial Media StaffSeptember 1, 2014

If the Milwaukee Brewers are looking for versatility, they should call up prospect Nathan Orf as soon as possible.

In the Single-A Brevard County Manatees' season finale, manager Joe Ayrault informed Orf that he'd be seeing time all over the field. Orf responded by playing pitcher, catcher, all infield positions and everywhere in the outfield. He finished 0-for-2 with a walk on the day but Orf, who primarily plays second base, had his efforts pay off when he was called up to Double-A Huntsville afterward.

You can check the box score below for further proof.

Five players in MLB history have played all nine positions in a single game, most recently Houston's Jake Elmore, per MLB.com's Brian McTaggert.

[CBS Sports]

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