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Here’s a Thought: Wait, Hector Luna is a Power Hitter?

Cardinals, Indians, and Blue Jays fans may remember Hector Luna.

A utility player, Luna played parts of five seasons in the major leagues from 2004-2008. He hit .270/.324/.388, respectable enough for a bench player who played everywhere but pitcher and catcher.

In fact, in 2005, Luna hit .285/.344/.409 for the Cardinals. He was even better in 2006, posting a .291/.355/.417 line in St. Louis.

Then, Luna was traded to Cleveland at the 2006 deadline. He hit just .276/.306/.394 the rest of the way, and has only played in 23 major league games since.

In 284 career games, Luna hit 11 home runs. He knocked enough doubles and triples to be something more than a slap hitter, but Luna was never any sort of slugger. If he was between the No. 3 and No. 6 slots in a lineu...

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