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Frank Catalanotto

Catalanotto (Cat-ah-la-nah-tow) was a utility player for five professional baseball teams over a 14-year span before hanging up his cleats following the 2010 season. “Little Cat” graduated from Smithtown High School in 1992 — the same year he was drafted by the Detroit Tigers as a free agent. He made his big league debut for Detroit in ’97 and would later represent the Blue Jays, Rangers, Brewers, and Mets.

Select Career Highlights

2000: Set a Rangers team record by achieving 10 consecutive hits and reaching base 13 straight times (April 21st - May 18th).

2001: Led the Rangers and finished fifth overall the A.L. with a career high .330 batting average.

2004: Became the first player in Blue Jays history to get six hits in one game.

Name:

Frank Catalanotto

Sport:

Professional Baseball

Position:

Left field, Second Base, First Base

DOB:

April 27, 1974

Height:

6'0''

Weight:

205 lbs.

Hometown:

Smithtown, NY

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—Frank Catalanotto


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