Milwaukee Brewers Prospect Nathan Orf Plays Nine Positions In One Game

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Nathan Orf Nine Positions Manatees

The end of the minor league season means that some teams will try anything to get fans into the stands. For Milwaukee Brewers Single-A prospect Nathan Orf, that meant going out and playing all nine positions–which he did on Sunday for the Brevard County Manatees.

Orf started the game at catcher and moved around the diamond each inning before heading to the mound for the ninth inning. Orf got a groundout with his lone batter before leaving the game to a standing ovation. It is quite the impressive feat to be able to play all nine in one game and not make a single error in the process.

Orf didn’t do as well at the plate, going 0-for-2 with a walk. In truth, there have plenty of other players who’ve pulled this stunt, but Orf was the first in a while–and we’re hoping that he’ll move up in the Brewers organization next season. We’re sure he’s already dreaming of playing all nine positions at Miller Park.

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