Introducing Baseball's Jewish All-Stars of 2009

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Introducing Baseball's Jewish All-Stars of 2009
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For some annoying reason, a slideshow's introduction must be at least 300 characters, so I will provide you all with a fun fact to fill space.

Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in 2002, Adam Greenberg spent three seasons in the minors before getting called up in July 2005. Debuting as a pinch-hitter in the ninth inning against the Marlins, Greenberg got plunked.

The 5'9" outfielder never saw action again, and, to this day, has one career plate appearance and an on-base percentage of 1.000.

Without further ado, Baseball's Jewish All-Stars of 2009.

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