Ramirez, 39, retired after playing five games this season for the Rays when he learned he failed a second drug test and would be forced to serve a 100-game suspension. The 12-time All-Star has 555 career home runs, two World Series rings and won the 2004 World Series MVP. His resume on paper says he's a sure-fire Hall of Famer, but the two positive drug tests could very well cost him. In addition to the four teams mentioned above, Ramirez also played for the White Sox.
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