Eric Hinske (2009)
Eric Hinske spent much of his career in the AL East, but some forget some of that time included a stint in the Bronx.
Hinske started his career with the Toronto Blue Jays, where in 2002 he was named the AL Rookie of the Year after smacking 24 home runs. After five seasons North of the Border, he went onto spend two seasons with the Boston Red Sox where he earned a World Series ring in 2007. In 2008 he joined the Tampa Bay Rays, where he helped Tampa reach the World Series for the first time in franchise history.
He hit .226 with seven home runs in 84 at-bats. In the postseason, he appeared off the bench in both the ALDS and ALCS as he earned his second world series ring in three seasons.
After his half-year with the Yankees, Hinske spent three seasons with the Atlanta Braves and finished his career with the Diamondbacks in 2013. He is now Arizona’s assistant hitting coach.