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    • On February 25, 2009, just before the start of spring training, Atlanta agreed to terms on a one-year contract with free-agent outfielder Garret Anderson.Atlanta Braves-Wikipedia
    • A three-run double to right field from left fielder Garret Anderson pushed the lead to a 4–1 lead and gave San Francisco starter Liván Hernández the loss.2002 World Series-Wikipedia
    • Three two-out singles loaded the bases in the top of the first, then rookie Robinson Canó lifted a line drive over the reaching hand of left fielder Garret Anderson.2005 American League Division Series-Wikipedia
    • Mussina, however, after pitching a perfect first, allowed a leadoff home run to Garret Anderson in the second to cut the lead to one.2005 American League Division Series-Wikipedia
    • Outfielder Garret Anderson led the team with 123 runs batted in and a .539 slugging percentage, was selected for the AL All-Star team, and won the Silver Slugger Award.2002 Anaheim Angels season-Wikipedia
    • The Angels were led by a home run from Garret Anderson in the second, and Chicago was unable to execute in the field, leading to two more Angel runs.2005 Chicago White Sox season-Wikipedia

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