Matt asked: Can you tell me the last MLB player selected to the All Star Game who has played every position except pitcher and catcher?
Has there been one in the last 100 years?
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Rick answered: Matt, thank you for your question.
B.J. Surhoff was selected to the American League All Star team in 1999, participated in the Home Run Derby as well.
He had an 18 year career:
Over the span of those 18 years, Surhoff played every position except pitcher. He was, at the start of his career, a catcher.
He is from Rye, New York, where he played his high school baseball.
Yours in baseball,
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