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New Tigers reliever Octavio Dotel will set a record next season for most teams in a career (13). The four-way tie at 12: RH Octavio Dotel Mets (1999), Astros (2000-04), A's (2004-05), Yankees (2006), Royals (2007), Braves (2007), White Sox (2008-09), Pirates (2010), Dodgers (2010), Rockies (2010), Blue Jays (2011) and Cardinals (2011).
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New Tigers reliever Octavio Dotel will set a record next season for most teams in a career (13). The four-way tie at 12: RH Octavio Dotel Mets (1999), Astros (2000-04), A's (2004-05), Yankees (2006), Royals (2007), Braves (2007), White Sox (2008-09), Pirates (2010), Dodgers (2010), Rockies (2010), Blue Jays (2011) and Cardinals (2011).

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