St. Pierre Gives Hope To Minor League Vets Everywhere

At the start of September, all of those minor league players who toil in obscurity, waiting for that one chance to play in the major leagues, were given a reason to keep believing. When the Tigers called up catcher Max St. Pierre from Triple-A Toledo, it marked the first time the 14-year pro had played in the majors after 978 minor league games.

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