1998 Pacific Suns Player Who Was Part Of 1987 Detroit Tigers

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Question:  What 1998 member of the Pacific Suns was a member of the 1987 AL East Champion Detroit Tigers and was later traded for future Chicago White Sox GM Ken Williams?

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A:  Eric King

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2003 Long Island Duck Who Once Hit 4 Home Runs In A MLB Game

Question:  What 2002-2003 Long Island Duck once had four homers and 12 RBIs in ONE game, tying single-game records for both categories?

A:  Mark Whiten


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