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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.


Frank Catalanotto


Professional Baseball


Left field, Second Base, First Base


April 27, 1974




205 lbs.


Smithtown, NY

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—Frank Catalanotto