Before he was known for fighting with umpires, outfielder Carl Everett played his High School baseball in Tampa, at Hillsborough High School. After graduating from there, Everett was selected 10th overall pick in the 1990 Major League Baseball Draft by the New York Yankees.
The Marlins would then select Everett in the 1992 MLB expansion draft. He made his major league debut in 1993 and posted a -0.2 WAR across two seasons for the Fish.
On this date in 1994, the Marlins trade Carl Everett to the New York Mets for second baseman Quilvio Veras. Veras led the Marlins in steals the following season and finished third in Rookie of the Year voting. Everett went on to play for the Mets for two more seasons before turning into the controversial player we all remember today.
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Welcome back to the Greatest Moment in Marlins History. Today I take you back to 1998 for moment 123.
Now that we have completed our review of the free agents that man the field, lets shift our attention to the ones that take the hill. The brightest spot for the Marlins this past year would definitely be their starting rotation.
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