But, 10 of the 14 games he'd play in Seattle would come in 2005, a semi-transitional year for the oft-middling club. He wouldn't have the greatest 10 games either, hitting .096 with only 1 hit and 1 RBI in this period, before being sent back down again. Thankfully, his best contact numbers would come after 2009. I hope he's still doing alright in the Korean leagues, and even if a return to the US would be unlikely, it'd be cool to see him back here.
Tomorrow, some Marlins that should have been in 2014 Topps, including some players that really should have appeared on a card in those uniforms.