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September 22, 1968 > Cesar Tovar of the Minnesota Twins plays every position in a 2-1 win over the Oakland A's. The only other player to successfully man all nine positions in a single game -- Bert Campaneris -- happens to be the first batter Tovar faces during his inning on the mound.