Baltimore Orioles: Six days until pitchers and catchers report

OAKLAND, CA - JUNE 06: Melvin Mora
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Joe Orsulak, 6, swings at a pitch while batting for the Baltimore Orioles. /

#4. Joe Orsulak (1988-1992)

Drafted in the sixth round of the 1980 Amateur Draft, the Pittsburgh Pirates selected left-handed outfielder Joe Orsulak. To this day, Orsulak is the only player ever to play a major league game, who drafted from Parsippany Hills High School, in Parsippany, New Jersey.

Orsulak was traded to the Orioles in November of 1987, for minor leaguer, Terry Crowley (not the Orioles hitting instructor).

Over five seasons in Baltimore, Orsulak played in 632 games, hitting .281 over 2,276 plate appearances.

In 1991, Orsulak led the American League with 13 outfield assists as a left-fielder, and 22 total assists as an outfielder.

In his final season with the Orioles, Orsulak appeared in 117 games, hitting .289, which led the team in that category.