A 16-year veteran in the majors, Carter is most known for hitting a walkoff home run to win the 1993 world series. He played with six different teams over his career, with most of his time coming in Toronto. With the Blue Jays, Carter played two years with current Diamondbacks general manager Dave Stewart.
Carter has done some TV work since retiring in 1998.
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With Shields seeking a contract worth $100 million, it was going to be difficult to sign him since the Diamondbacks' payroll is already around $106 million.
"The truth is, I haven't even thought about how," Stewart said Jan. 13. "We'll look at the numbers and look at who we'll have to possibly subtract, if that's what we have to do.
"I would like to be (under $100 million). I've not been told to be, but I would like to be."
His last appearance in the majors in 2014 with the Marlins, where he compiled a 3.26 ERA in 12 appearances, with a whopping 37 strikeouts and 23 walks in 19 1/3 innings.
|2014 Team Leaders|
|AVG||Aaron Hill , 2B||.244|
|HR||Paul Goldschmidt , 1B||19|
|RBI||Miguel Montero , C||72|
|OBP||Miguel Montero , C||.329|
|SLG||Miguel Montero , C||.370|
|R||Paul Goldschmidt , 1B||75|
|SB||Ender Inciarte , CF||19|
|W||Josh Collmenter , SP||11|
|ERA||Josh Collmenter , SP||3.46|
|WHIP||Josh Collmenter , SP||1.13|
|K||Wade Miley , SP||183|
|SV||Addison Reed , RP||32|
|Full Team Statistics|
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