On this day in 1956, Thaddis Bosley was born in Oceanside, California. He was a fourth round pick in the 1974 draft and spread a 14 year major league career over seven teams. The third of seven was the Brewers: He spent 42 games there as a member of the 1981 team, playing all three outfield spots and hitting .229/.270/.248.
The Brewers acquired Bosley from the White Sox for first baseman/outfielder John Poff, who never appeared in a game for Chicago, and later dealt him to the Mariners for pitcher Mike Parrott, who never appeared in a game as a Brewer.
As you might have guessed from the above paragraphs, Bosley was not a very good major leaguer. He accumulated just 2.4 rWAR over 14 major league seasons, yet somehow he's the tenth best major league position player ever born on September 17: