After being acquired by the Red Sox, Steve Pearce has completed his cycle of the AL East
That's right: The division now has a player that has suited up for every team in it. He played 12 games with the Yankees and hit one home run in 2012. He broke out with the Orioles in 2014:
He even played second base with the Rays:
And he's become a consistent lefty destroyer in Toronto:
Now, he'll be the second ever to complete the circuit around the AL East. Kelly Johnson was the first -- playing for all five teams between 2011 and 2014.
Juan Beniquez and David Wells came closest to joining that group, playing for the Red Sox, Orioles, Blue Jays and Yankees.
Here are the players that accomplished it in other divisions (we're only counting players that played after the league was split into six divisions in 1994):
AL East: Pearce, Johnson
AL Central: 0
AL West: Mark McLemore
NL East: 0
NL West: Steve Finley, Matt Herges