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The Weekend Thinker: Great Rookies And/Or Brewers

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If Bobby Crosby makes the team this spring he'll become the sixth member of a notable group.

Kevork Djansezian

Earlier this week the Brewers signed veteran shortstop and 2004 AL Rookie of the Year Bobby Crosby to a minor league deal. Crosby hasn't played professional baseball since the 2010 season and is a career .236/.304/.372 hitter, but if he makes the team he'll join a relatively short list of current and former Brewers.

In franchise history there have been five players who met the following criteria:

  • Won an AL or NL Rookie of the Year Award (not necessarily as a Brewer)
  • Played at least one major league game as a Brewer.

How many of them can you name in five minutes?

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