This Day in History: Eddie Gaedel, the Shortest MLB Player Ever

San Diego Padres minor leaguer Kyle Gaedele has a interesting claim to fame: he is the grandnephew of Eddie Gaedel, the shortest MLB player ever, who made his one and only Major League Baseball appearance 64 years ago today. .@BBTN Two generations of Gaedel(e) at San Jose’s Municipal Stadium back in May — Lake Elsinore Storm (@Storm_Baseball) August...
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