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2. Joe Torre

Not only did Joe Torre become a nine-time All-Star by suiting up with the Atlanta Braves, St. Louis Cardinals, and New York Mets in his 17-year career as a player, but he also went on to manage all three teams in the following years after his retirement. In addition to his 11-year managerial position on the Yankees from 1996 to 2007  — the second longest next to Joe McCarthy — and then the two years he spent on the L.A. Dodgers immediately after, it’s not hard to see why he received a unanimous vote to be inducted into the 2014 Baseball Hall Of Fame.

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