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There will always be a touch of baseball history about Mark Kiger. The 26-year-old became the first player in major league history to debut in the postseason when he took over at second base during two games in the American League Championship Series. Kiger played defensively for two half-innings after the Athletics pinch-hit for second baseman D'Angelo Jimenez in Games Three and Four.

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