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Octavio Dotel
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Baseball Player
    (November 25, 1973- )
    Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
    Pitcher for the New York Mets (1999), Houston Astros (2000–2004), Oakland Athletics (2004–2005), New York Yankees (2006), Kansas City Royals (2007), Atlanta Braves (2007), Chicago White Sox (2008–2009), Pittsburgh Pirates (2010), Los Angeles Dodgers (2010), Colorado Rockies (2010), Toronto Blue Jays (2011), St. Louis Cardinals (2011) and the Detroit Tigers (2012–2013)
    World Series Champion (2011)
    He played for thirteen different major league teams.
    His longest tenure with one team was five seasons.
    He played on five teams in a two year span.
    He was demoted from a starting role to the bullpen.
    He struggled with consistency throughout his career.
    He, along with Brad Lidge and Billy Wagner pitched a no-hitter in the same game against the Yankees (2003).
    He is amongst a handful of players to win both a World Series and World Baseball Classic title.
    He is one of the first players in Major League Baseball history to play in all six divisions.
    He was a serviceable pitcher during his career.
    He recorded over 1000 career strikeouts.

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