Which 8 MLB players had their number retired by 2 teams?

Which 8 MLB players had their number retired by 2 teams?

With approximately 20,000 players having competed in Major League Baseball since it began in 1876 it can be hard to stand out from the crowd. However, there are eight players who had such spectacular careers that they had their numbers retired by two different teams. They are, in alphabetical order:

Hank Aaron

  • 23 seasons (Braves, Brewers)
  • Brewers retired his No. 44 in October 1976 after his final game
  • Braves retired his number during 1977 home opener

Wade Boggs

  • 18 seasons (Red Sox, Yankees, Rays)
  • Tampa Rays retired his No. 12 in April 2000
  • Boston retired his No. 26 on May 26, 2016

Rod Carew

  • 19 seasons (Twins, Angels)
  • the Angels retired his No. 29 in August 1986
  • Minnesota retired his number in July 1987

Rollie Fingers

  • 17 seasons (Athletics, Padres, Brewers)
  • Milwaukee retired his No. 34 in August 1992
  • Oakland retired his number in 1993

Carlton Fisk

  • 24 seasons (Red Sox, White Sox)
  • Chicago White Sox retired his No. 72 in 1997
  • Boston Red Sox retired his No. 27 in 2000

Reggie Jackson

  • 21 seasons (Yankees, Angels, A’s, Orioles)
  • New York Yankees retired his No. 44 in 1993
  • Oakland retired his No. 9 in 2004

Greg Maddux

  • 23 seasons (Braves, Cubs, Dodgers, Padres)
  • Atlanta Braves retire his No. 31 in 2009
  • Chicago Cubs retire No. 31 in 2009
    • Note: No. 31 for Cubs honors both Ferguson Jenkins and Maddux

Frank Robinson

  • 21 seasons as player (Reds, Orioles, Indians, Angels, Dodgers)
  • 16 seasons as manager (Indians, Giants, Orioles, Expos, Nationals)
  • Baltimore Orioles retired his No. 20 in December 1971
  • Cincinnati Reds retired his number in May 1998

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