Editorial Note: The latest information graphic from the talented Craig Robinson of Flip Flop Fly Ball show us the degree to which MLB rosters are comprised of players who started their careers with other teams, that is except for the St. Louis Cardinals [D.P.].

Comments (9)

  1. So cool. I love these infographics.

  2. Ummm. Does that graph show that no former Jays play for the Cubs?

  3. Nevermind. I see what they have done.

  4. jason frasor is a “former” blue jay that plays for the blue jays. i think that could have been included in this graph too.

  5. Which jay is former yankee my mind is blanking on this one

  6. Aaron Laffey played for the Yankees last year.

  7. Also interesting to note: every NL team has a former Red Sock and a former Blue Jay. Even more interesting: every *AL* team has a former Oriole and a former Mariner (and a former Rockie).

  8. Would like to see that last graph displayed in innings, e.g. how many innings played by players that only played for their current team. (or as percentage of total innings played for that team).

  9. Does the chart show no Angels on the Red Sox? Does John Lackey not count because he was injured?

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