There are players in every sport that have played for a lot of teams. Former Member of the Three J’s Jimmy Jackson played for 12 in the NBA, Journeyman QB J.T. O’Sullivan “played” (or should I say has been on the roster of) for 10 teams in the NFL, and the aforementioned and previously burned Mike Sillinger was on 12 different NHL squads. But today’s first burn (technically Friday’s) is a player that played for 11 different teams including one of those teams in two separate stints. I speak of course of Todd Zeile. Now Todd isn’t the most traveled ballplayer in history, with his signing with Detroit this offseason that distinction now solely belongs to Octavio Dotel with 13 different teams. He isn’t even the most traveled position player as that moniker is property of pinch hitter du jour Matt Stairs with 12. So why Todd Zeile, he was part of the Mike Piazza trade to the Marlins which saw the untimely exit of my favorite Dodger growing up. Granted Zeile wasn’t part of the haul that came back but went with Piazza to Florida but still. Pictured is the 1993 Fleer Ultra of Zeile with his first team, the St. Louis Cardinals where he was for 7 seasons before embarking on his fantastic baseball voyage. Set sail Zeiley. Or hang out with Coolio.