Who Played For The Cubs And Mariners?
Cubs and Mariners player cover Mike Morgan, Jamie Moyer, and Glenallen Hill.
Here is the list of ten players who played for both teams in their MLB career:
- Glenallen Hill
- Rick Wilkins
- Bryan LaHair
- Ronny Cedeno
- Jeff Fassero
- Domingo Ramos
- Jim Colborn
- Larry Cox
- Mike Morgan
- Milton Bradley
Mike Morgan played for the Seattle Mariners from 1985 to 1987. Morgan was a Chicago Cub from 1992 to 1995 and again in 1998.
Spending three years at M's, Morgan did not play much during the 1985 season, pitching only 6 innings. However, he gained momentum in the next two years. During his Mariners tenure, Mike registered 24 wins, 4.70 ERA, and 203 strikeouts from 429.1 innings pitched.
In 1992, Morgan traveled to play for the Cubs. He spent three years and contributed four years before departing to St. Louis Cardinals. However, Mike returned to the Blue Bears for one more season in 1998.
Mike scored 30 wins, a 3.83 ERA, and 316 strikeouts from 575.2 innings pitched during his time for the Blue Bears. He also participated in 2 shutouts and 8 complete games with the Cubs.
Glenallen Hill is a former outfielder who played for the Cubs for five years. Hill also played for Seattle in the 1998 season.
Hill started his Chicago career in 1993 and later played till 1994. He returned to the club again in 1998 and was involved till the 2000 season.
Glenallen played 331 games for the Blue Bears and made 59 homers and 27 doubles from 908 at-bats. He also maintained a .304 batting average and .906 OPS during his 5-year tenure.
In 1998, Hill was also involved in the Seattle franchise, playing 74 matches for them, and registered 12 home runs, 20 doubles, and 37 runs overall from 259 at-bats appearances.
Jamie Moyer is a veteran player for the Seattle Mariners for 11 years. Moyer also played for the Blue Bears for 3 seasons.
Originally, the Chicago Cubs drafted Moyer in 1984 as a 6-round pick. Later, in the 1986 season, Jamie made his debut as a Cub and played there till 1988. Spending 3 years on the team, Jamie scored 313 strikeouts and 28 wins from 490.2 innings.
Moyer later went to the M's in the 1996 season and stayed in the Washington state franchise till 2005. During his 11-year tenure, Moyer pitched 2093 innings and made 1239 strikeouts. He also secured 145 wins, 6 shutouts, and a 3.97 ERA.
Steve Henderson is a left-fielder involved for the Cubs in 1981 and went to the M's in 1983.
Henderson traveled to Chicago from the NY Mets in the 1982 season and spent only 2 seasons for the franchise.
During his time there, Steve registered 7 home runs, and 21 doubles, scoring 55 runs from 544 at-bats. He also maintained a .265 batting average and 64 RBI.
Similarly, Steve played for the Mariners from 1983 to 1984. There, he played 230 games, scored 20 homers, 44 doubles, and established a .782 OPS with 848 plate appearances.
Milton Bradley is a former outfield player who spent two years in the M's and one year as a Cub.
Bradley joined the Chicago Cubs in the 2009 season, after his All-Star year with the Texas Rangers. He scored 12 home runs, 17 doubles, and one triple from 393 at-bats. Similarly, Milton maintained a .257 batting average and 40 RBI during his time there.
After his short stint with the Little Bears, Bradley joined the Mariners in 2010. There he played until his retirement in 2011.
For the M's, Milton contributed 101 games and scored 10 home runs and 15 doubles from 345 at-bats. He also displayed a .209 batting average and .649 OPS in his two-year tenure.