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Chris Iannetta shows durability, longevity for Colorado Rockies team that drafted him in 2006


Chris Iannetta has no secrets to divulge regarding his lengthy tenure in Major League Baseball. The Rhode Island native made his debut with the Colorado Rockies in 2006, and continues to soldier on after celebrating his 36th birthday in April. The former UNC catcher was drafted by the Rockies in 2004. Two years later he landed in the big leagues. (Worcester Telegram)

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