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The Thursday Thinker: Shortstops since Jeter

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There are jokes to be made about Jeter's defense, but he's still better than a revolving door.

Mike Stobe

Yesterday the big story around baseball was Derek Jeter's announcement that he's planning on retiring following the 2014 season. Jeter debuted with the Yankees in 1995 and has played 2602 regular season games for New York (plus 158 more in the postseason), collecting 3316 hits.

Since 1995 the Brewers have had 17 different shortstops appear in 25 or more games. How many of them can you name in five minutes?

If the quiz isn't displaying correctly for you here or you'd simply prefer to take it over there,follow this link to play the quiz at Sporcle.com.

Please post your score in the comments below, but also remember that comments on this post may contain spoilers. If you get all 17 answers correct, post your time along with your score in the comments.

If you've finished this quiz and would like another challenge, here are this offseason's other Thinkers:

You can also check out the archives for all of last winter's quizzes.

Have fun, and don't forget to post your score in the comments!