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Michael Jorgensen (born August 16, 1948) is a former Major League
Baseball player drafted by the New York Mets in the fourth round of
the 1966 Major League Baseball Draft. He currently works in the
Cardinals front office. Jorgensen was the fifth youngest player in
the major leagues when he made his major league debut with the New
York Mets as a September call-up in 1968 at only 20-years-old. He
wasn't part of the 1969 World Series championship team as he spent
that entire season in the minors. On April 5, 1972, he was traded
with Tim Foli and Ken Singleton to the Montreal Expos for Rusty
Staub. It was in Montreal where Jorgensen enjoyed his greatest
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