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THE ALL-KLUTZ TEAM
Peter Gammons
August 08, 1988
On July 27 the Yankees' Tommy John made three errors on one play, tying a 90-year-old record for most errors by a pitcher in one inning. Those miscues also tied John for a spot on this year's All-Klutz team, made up of the players with the most errors at each position.
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August 08, 1988

The All-klutz Team

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On July 27 the Yankees' Tommy John made three errors on one play, tying a 90-year-old record for most errors by a pitcher in one inning. Those miscues also tied John for a spot on this year's All-Klutz team, made up of the players with the most errors at each position.

13
LEFTFIELD
George Bell,
Blue Jays

8
CENTER FIELD
Ellis Burks, Red Sox
Willie McGee, Cardinal

14
RIGHTFIELD
Chili Davis,
Angels

19
SECOND BASE
Ronnie Gant,
Braves

23
SHORTSTOP
Dale Sveum, Brewers

21
THIRD BASE
Bobby Bonilla, Pirates

14
FIRST BASE
Andres Galarraga, Expos
Mark Grace, Cubs

4
PITCHER
Dwight Gooden, Mets
Tommy John, Yankees
Mark Langston, Mariners
Joe Magrane, Cardinals
Dennis Martinez, Expos
Jeff Russell, Rangers
Calvin Schiraldi, Cubs
Bill Swift, Mariners

9*
CATCHER
Benito Santiago,
Padres

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