Bragg was the Mariners' Opening Day starter to Griffey's right in 1995 and 1996, and now is more widely remembered for being the person shipped to Boston for Jamie Moyer. Now 34-years-old, Bragg has bounced around the league since the trade, moving from Boston, to St. Louis, Colorado, New York (Mets) and Atlanta. Drafted in the 22nd round of the 1991 amateur draft, Bragg played parts of three seasons with the Mariners. During that time, he had 349 at bats, 10 homeruns, 39 RBI and 17 steals.
Remembered for his incredible defensive abilities, this guy made the diving catches only Griffey and Cameron dared to attempt. Diaz filled in admirably when Griffey was hurt in 1995, playing in centerfield, and stayed with the M's the following season before becoming a free agent. During that time, he provided a glue-like effect in the outfield and recorded 349 at bats, the same as Bragg. He had 4 homeruns, 32 RBI and 24 steals.
Darren Bragg vs. Alex Diaz
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