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And then he was like, hey, I don't want to be Scott Schoeneweis - photo credit - USA TODAY Sports

Oh.

Other players who wore #9, hit sixth, and played right field in their first major-league start include Domonic Brown and Jake Fox. Which is perfect, because if I had to make a prediction about Wil Myers's career, I'd guess he'll either be Ted Williams, Domonic Brown, or Jake Fox, unless he's somewhere in the middle.

Clint Hurdle wore #9, played RF, and batted fifth in his debut, which means he was probably better than Ted Williams. He was at least twice as purple.

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